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Newbow Aerospace launches Nite-Lite

Posted 10 October 2017 · Add Comment

Newbow Aerospace has launched Nite-Lite, an innovative range of self-illuminating aircraft tyre inflation tooling.

The specially developed ground support equipment, which includes the aircraft tyre inflation tools, tyre pressure checking gauge and strut service tooling is 100 % self-illuminating allowing for instant visibility during dark environments.
Key benefits and safety features include instant visibility during dark environments, complete self-illumination - no batteries required (eliminating the risk of battery failure) and no required ATEX or Class 1 Div 1 certification unlike digital gauges when used with aircraft.

It also has the full range of tyre pressure checking gauges, tyre inflation tools and strut service tools are suited to every commercial and defence aircraft in service and is calibrated and certified to industry standards.
Marc Green, Sales Director for Newbow Aerospace said: “We are excited to launch the Nite-Lite product range to our portfolio of ground support equipment. These specially developed products will improve safety and help with making turnarounds more efficient for the engineers.”


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