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Newbow completes nitrogen service carts contract

Posted 10 October 2017 · Add Comment

Designer, manufacturer and supplier of Ground Support Equipment to the aviation industry, Newbow Aerospace, has completed an order for its 'easy-load' nitrogen service carts for a customer in the Philippines.

The order for five ‘easy-load’ nitrogen service carts were manufactured by Newbow Aerospace at their facility in Redditch, UK and will be shipped to Asia to support the prestigious airline’s line and base maintenance activities.
The ‘easy-load’ range of service carts allow for one person to safely and efficiently load or off load large and heavy gas cylinders.
Equipped with the modular charging system which is calibrated, certified and features self-venting regulators and pressure relief valves allows the operator to undertake the necessary gas replenishment task safely, accurately and efficiently.
Marc Green, Sales Director for Newbow Aerospace said: “We are extremely pleased to successfully fulfil this order for our ‘easy-load’ nitrogen service carts. Our nitrogen cart products demonstrate the safe and efficient distribution of nitrogen gas to the aircraft.
“Our customers can be confident that when purchasing products from Newbow Aerospace they are investing in long term safety, reliability and performance.”


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