Aero Cosmetics is displaying at its NBAA booth (No. 1086) a unique mop that it claims is the first tool available for waterless aircraft washing and wax. “We have designed the Wash Wax Mop specifically to make the cleaning process safer and more efficient by eliminating the need for ladders,” said Brian Phillips, CEO of San Antonio-based Aero Cosmetics/WashWax.com. “It also improves efficiency by saving time and reduces the required amount of [our] Wash Wax All cleaning product.
Brush and Clean, a Fort Lauderdale manufacturer of commercial carpet and upholstery dry cleaning systems, has announced Hybrid Pro, a carpet and hard-floor cleaner designed for aviation. It comes in two models, the Hybrid Pro 25 and 45, both designed around counter-rotating brushes to scrub and lift dirt, grime and cleaning compound “to instantly produce dry, clean surfaces.”
Redford Corp. of Kingwood, Texas (Booth No. 2235), a commercial flooring company that installs, services and maintains aircraft hangars, has been installing hangar floors for nearly three decades. Now, when a customer wants its hangar floor repaired or designed to include a distinctive floor graphic, Redford offers a solution.
The relatively new stone floor from List Components & Furniture of Austria appears to be gaining in popularity and independent completion and refurbishment center Flying Colours (Booth No. 3553) has just completed its first installation.
In a joint effort, Ruag Aviation’s completion and refurbishment specialists and List components and furniture have outfitted the first Global 5000 to include true stone flooring in the entry and galley areas, as well as in the crew and passenger lavatory.
The final two of six E-series hangars are nearly complete at developer MMU-FTC’s site at Morristown Municipal Airport, N.J. These units are both 50 feet deep by 70 feet wide. Their bifold doors are 65 feet wide and 20 feet high, able to accommodate virtually all small and midsize jets and helicopters up to the size of a Sikorsky S-76.