Semmco to showcase British design and engineering excellence

British engineering company Semmco will exhibit its latest product innovations at the largest exhibition in the world dedicated to aviation maintenance, MRO Americas 2018.  

The global aviation industry continues to fly strong with positive growth momentum in maintenance, repair and overhaul. Exhibiting at MRO Americas for the second time, Semmco will present its latest solutions, including the SMART nitrogen trolley and UCAS XS variable height access steps.

A lightweight aluminium, towable variable height access steps complete with safety hand rails, the UCAS XS provides a height adjustment of the top working platform from 1.75m – 2.5m. The XS is part of the Semmco variable height modular UCAS range which also includes UCAS XL (2.25m-3.2m) and XXL (3.25m-5m). Designed for use when carrying out maintenance on the line on a range of aircraft, they are easily manoeuvrable and adjusted by one person, whilst being fully compliant with international standards and legislation.

The Semmco nitrogen trolley has a lightweight, compact design that can carry up to three nitrogen cylinders, allowing them to sit at a 90° angle. The safe, quick and easy loading and unloading cylinder cradle system reduces manual handling risks associated with movement of cylinders from a vertical to horizontal transportation position. The ergonomically positioned control panel incorporates an easy to operate control panel with clear colour code markings for low pressure inflation of aircraft tyres and high pressure for strut or accumulator inflation. An oxygen trolley is also available and both trollies can be supplied on a transport pack/pallet, for easy shipping and quick assembly.

The SMART Charge and SMART Check digital inflators will also be available at the booth - the latest offering for tyre inflation and pressure checking with the only digital inflator and checker on the market that incorporates a back light.

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