AGlaze Sealant gets Gulfstream approval

AGlaze Sealant gets Gulfstream approval

AGlaze is proud to announce that our Aviation Surface Sealant can now be used on Gulfstream aircraft to help maintain appearance and performance.

We are pleased to be working together with GBS Design, our new Gulfstream approved distributor, serving the Gulfstream community in the UK and USA.

GBS Design provides extensive Aircraft cleaning services in the UK specializing in the executive jet sector from their base at Luton Airport.  From here GBS Design supports OEM, MRO, Completion Centre’s and Flight Departments with Interior and Exterior Maintenance Appearance Detailing.

 

AGlaze Surface Sealant will now be applied to Gulfstream executive jets at the Gulfstream service centre at London Luton Airport as well as service centres in the USA.

For more information please visit: www.gbsdesigngroup.net
or contact:  info@gbsdesigngroup.net or enquiries@aglaze.com

AGlazed Fouga Magister.

AGlazed Fouga Magister.

THe Dutch Historic Jet Association have given praise to the AGlaze system.
Fouga Magister CM-170

 

Their Fouga Magister CM-170 was AGlazed by Angus Craig, of AGlaze Benelux in The Netherlands, at the end of last year.

Fons Hemmelder, The Dutch Historic Jet Associations Board Member for Operational Affairs, gave high praise to the AGlaze system saying

after the application of AGlaze, our aircraft is much easier to clean which saves us a lot of labour hours, the colours look much brighter & shiny’

 

He further added that we do experience during low level navigation flights a much higher indicated airspeed with the same power setting, for example with the recommended range-power-setting according to the Aircraft Operating Manual, the resulting speed would be 210kts, Now, with the same power setting our aircraft flies 225kts, which equals a saving of more than 7%’

 

 

The Fouga is the first jet-powered trainer used after the 2nd World War, which was developed in Europe. It is specially designed for the education and training of the postwar generation of fighter pilots.

SX-RFA GainJet gets AGlaze Treatment…

SX-RFA GainJet gets AGlaze Treatment…

Shiny & Smiley!

Airbourne Glaze have just  given the SX-RFA GainJet it’s AGlaze Treatment.  GainJet Aviation is a leading worldwide private aircraft charter operator and management company with headquarters based in Athens, Greece.

For further details on Aviation Treatments, please contact:

Airbourne Glaze Ltd – 01202 233737

Cleaning the Fuselage

 

SX-RFA Gainjet

AGLAZE PASSES AVIATION TESTS…

AGLAZE PASSES AVIATION TESTS…

AGlaze are pleased to announce that the AGlaze Aviation Sealant has just received the latest Boeing and Airbus certification.  These tests were perfomed by independant company, SMI Inc. in the US, the leading aerospace materials testing facility and show that the Aviation Glaze conforms to all the latest regulations required for use by the Aviation companies.

Armed with these certificates and the impressive wind tunnel results,  Airbourne Glaze, our new partner will now commence applications worldwide to many of the worlds leading airlines saving them fuel, reducing emissions  as well as maintaining their appearance.

Full details can be found on their web site www.airbourneglaze.com.

AGLAZE PROVES FUEL SAVINGS FOR AIRCRAFT…..

AGLAZE PROVES FUEL SAVINGS FOR AIRCRAFT…..

AGlaze Limited have been working alongside Airbourne Colours, the leading Bournemouth based commercial paint facility, and is today pleased to announce that AGlaze paint sealant, has lead to a tangible fuel saving for bmibaby based on Boeing’s Airplane Performance Monitoring® system. An airframe efficiency improvement of 0.8% was achieved after application in November 2011, which equates to a 161 tonne JetA1 fuel saving over the course of year based on 7.5 hour/day utilisation.

Andrew Tarry, sales and marketing manager of Airbourne Colours, said, ‘In today’s high fuel price environment, these fuel savings are welcome. I am pleased to say as the exclusive distributor for this excellent product, we can ensure that it is applied to the highest standards at a location of an operator’s choice’.

AGlaze underwent extensive wind tunnel testing at the Aircraft Research Association’s high-speed wind tunnel in the final week of May.
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ARA Wind Tunnel Control Room
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AGlaze applied under strict conditions.

The product was applied to a test model to ensure accurate scientific confirmation of these results in improving airframe efficiency compared with a traditionally painted aircraft surface. The results confirmed the bmi test results and also proved that even on a brand new smooth, unweathered paint surface the AGlaze treatment significantly reduces drag, the benefits would considerably increase on older paint finishes.
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Red line plots drag on untreated model – Green line shows reduction in drag after AGlaze application

Aircraft Research Association is an independent non-profit distributing research and development organisation that was set up as a wind tunnel test centre for the UK aircraft industry.

Matthew Darge, Operations Director of AGlaze said ‘ This is an exciting time for our product, we have always known that the sealant could potentially save on fuel usage but to have it now independently confirmed, gives further confidence to major airlines that by getting involved with the AGlaze programme they can dramatically improve their fuel efficiency and in turn help reduce their carbon footprint’.
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The team Left to Right: Matthew Darge, AGlaze – Operations Director. Michael Bollom, AGlaze – Chairman. Andrew Tarry, Airbourne Colours – Sales & Marketing Manager. Paul Beck, AGlaze – Sales Director and Gerry Mitchell, Airbourne Colours – Production Director.

For further information please contact our Aviation Distributor:

Airbourne Colours

+44 1202 233 737

Farnborough International Air Show 2012

Farnborough International Air Show 2012

Thousands of industry executives from the worlds of aerospace and defence gathered at The Farnborough International Airshow, held in Hampshire, UK, this week, to see aircraft manufacturers and companies unveil their latest line-ups and announce key deals.

Vulcan Bomber and Red Arrows at Farnborough International Air Show

AGlaze Directors at Farnborough show

AGlaze were pleased to be there to give support to their Aviation Distributor, Airbourne Colours, and officially release the fuel savings data, proven in recent independent tests.  Interest at the show has been received from many quarters, from helicopter manufacturers to individual airlines.

AGLAZE PROVES FUEL SAVINGS FOR AIRCRAFT…..

AGLAZE PROVES FUEL SAVINGS FOR AIRCRAFT…..

AGlaze Limited have been working alongside Airbourne Colours, the leading Bournemouth based commercial paint facility, and is today pleased to announce that AGlaze paint sealant, has lead to a tangible fuel saving for bmibaby based on Boeing’s Airplane Performance Monitoring® system. An airframe efficiency improvement of 0.8% was achieved after application in November 2011, which equates to a 161 tonne JetA1 fuel saving over the course of year based on 7.5 hour/day utilisation.

Andrew Tarry, sales and marketing manager of Airbourne Colours,  said, ‘In today’s high fuel price environment, these fuel savings are welcome. I am pleased to say as the exclusive distributor for this excellent product, we can ensure that it is applied to the highest standards at a location of an operator’s choice’.

AGlaze underwent extensive wind tunnel testing at the Aircraft Research Association’s high-speed wind tunnel in the final week of May.

ARA Wind Tunnel Control Room

ARA Wind Tunnel Control Room

AGlaze applied under strict conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The product was applied to a test model to ensure accurate scientific confirmation of these results in improving airframe efficiency compared with a traditionally painted aircraft surface. The results confirmed the bmi test results and also proved that even on a brand new smooth, unweathered paint surface the AGlaze treatment significantly reduces drag, the benefits would considerably increase on older paint finishes.

Red line plots drag on untreated model - Green line shows reduction in drag after AGlaze application

Aircraft Research Association is an independent non-profit distributing research and development organisation that was set up as a wind tunnel test centre for the UK aircraft industry.

Matthew Darge, Operations Director of AGlaze said ‘ This is an exciting time for our product, we have always known that the sealant could potentially save on fuel usage but to have it now independently confirmed, gives further confidence to major airlines that by getting involved with the AGlaze programme they can dramatically improve their fuel efficiency and in turn help reduce their carbon footprint’. 

 

The team Left to Right: Matthew Darge, AGlaze - Operations Director. Michael Bollom, AGlaze - Chairman. Andrew Tarry, Airbourne Colours - Sales & Marketing Manager. Paul Beck, AGlaze - Sales Director and Gerry Mitchell, Airbourne Colours - Production Director.

For further information please contact our Aviation Distributor:

Airbourne Colours

+44 1202 233 737

andrew.tarry@airbournecolours.com

 

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