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5m Engine Service Stand

This BTS Engine Cowl Maintenance Stand provides access to under and over cowling for various aircraft including B717, B747, B767, b787, b777,  A310, A320 & A330.

The Aircraft Maintenance Stand is designed with flexibility in mind. The stand is compact in design with versatile height and angle adjustability to allow close proximity to the aircraft’s engines. The stands are designed and tested in accordance with AS1892.1 and EN ISO 14 122

Stands facilitate safe and assured access to engine, nose and fan cowls as well as pylon disconnect zones on PW, GE and RR engines, providing a safe working solution to many of the traditionally difficult under-cowling maintenance locations. It’s design allows to safely access the same points outside of cowling, specifically forward and aft pylon service points, as well as hard to reach refuel panels and under- wing areas. These stands implement a variety of safety features for maintenance engineers and for the aircraft itself

Features:

  • Designed to access the top of the engine under the cowl
  • Safe working solution to a difficult to reach area of the aircraft
  • Built using high grade aluminium construction for weight reduction, easy movement and corrosion-resistance. Steel components are powder coated finish for longevity
  • Slip resistant ergonomic ladder rungs and platform steps used to ensure comfort when using the stands to change LRU’S, adjust components or connect/disconnect engines and nacelles
  • Functionality improved with a lighter design, smaller footprint and greater geometry. Ideal for MRO’S and aircraft manufacturers, these units have flexibility for use on all Boeing wide body aircraft as well as the B757. The dynamic design allows for full use on Airbus wide body aircraft including A320 family
  • Rubber D bumper pads on the aircraft interface surfaces protect the aircraft while in use
  • Tested and operational on most wide and narrow body aircraft, the Engine Access Stand is often used to access difficult-to-reach areas (such as above the wing)
  • Perfect for the under and over cowling requirements of the B717, B767 and B747 inboard engines, with a lighter configuration, bringing up safety and bringing down costs
  • The products contain anti-fatigue platform steps and anti-slip ladder rungs.
  • Fail-safe locks for height and pitch, ensuring worker safety
  • All castors contain both brake and swivel locks
  • The Aircraft Maintenance/engine access stands has fall-resistant anchor points on the upper ladder
  • The stands facilitate safe and assured access to nose cowls, fan cowls and pylon disconnect zones on PW, GE and RR engines, providing a safe working solution to many of the traditionally difficult under-cowling maintenance locations
  • Height adjustment together with angle adjustments allow for the demands of diverse angle and height change frequently required when servicing aircraft.
  • The stand is designed and tested in accordance with AS1892.1 and EN ISO 14 122
Model Number: BTS7564

Provides access to under and over cowling for various aircraft including
B717, B747, B767, A310, A320 & A330.

Overall Dimension:L 2000mm x W 1600mm x H 1560 ~ 4100mm
Base Dimensions:L 2000mm x W 1600mm x H300mm
Lower Ladder:L 1310mm x W 810mm
Middle Ladder:L 100mm (maximum position) x W 716mm
Upper Ladder:L 930mm (maximum position) x W 626mm
Product Rating:1 Person, maximum weight 136kg
Maximum Towing Speed:10 km/h

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Model Number: BTS7565

Provides access to under and over cowling for various aircraft including
B767, B747, B787 , B777, A330.

Overall Dimension:L 2350mm x W 1700mm x H 1690 ~ 5150mm
Base Dimensions:L 2350mm x W 1700mm x H300mm
Lower Ladder:L 1650mm x W 700mm
Middle Ladder:L 1390mm (maximum position) x W 636mm
Upper Ladder:L 1330mm (maximum position) x W 566mm
Product Rating:1 Person, maximum weight 136kg
Maximum Towing Speed:10 km/h

BTS7564 Plan & Elevation

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