AELS - We love aircraft escape slides
We are removing all kinds of aircraft escape slides from our aircraft. We have often aircraft emergency equipment in stock from Boeing 747, Boeing 737NG, Boeing 757, Airbus A320, Airbus A330 and Airbus A340.
All our parts come with a clear trace to last operating airline including a clear Non-Incident Statement (NIS).
Our aircraft escape slides are sold in different conditions. We sell them in As Removed (AR), as well in Overhauled (OH), Serviceable (SV) and Repaired (RP) condition.
We are using high quality repair shops, such as: Lufthansa Technik, AAR, Spectrum Aerospace, Specto Aerospace, Sabena Aerospace, CSA Technics, American Cooler, Delta Techops, KLM Air France, EPCOR, Dublin Aerospace, 1st Choice Aerospace, Honeywell, Collins Aerospace to repair or overhaul our parts.
Our SV/OH/RP aircraft escape slides are having a dual release (EASA Form 1/FAA 8130) with a 6-12 months guarantee.
Our AR aircraft escape slides will come with a Repair Guarantee (GR).
We have multiple aircraft escape slides in stock.
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Sanne Klein Horsman
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Explanation of different types of aircraft emergency equipment:
Emergency Escape Path Light
Emergency Escape Path Light is fitted to the aisle floor, sides of seats, emergency exits, etc. to enable passengers to check the exits in an emergency evacuation at night or when the cabin is filled with smoke.
Emergency Evacuation Slide
To prepare for an emergency evacuation, an emergency evacuation slide is installed at the emergency exits. The slide automatically inflates and unfolds when the emergency exit is opened.
Life rafts are used when the aircraft makes an emergency water landing. Depending on the aircraft type, the emergency evacuation slide is used as a life raft, or the life raft will inflate and unfold from the cabin. The life raft is equipped with a cover to protect passengers from rain and wind, etc, emergency food, a distress signal transmission device, and medicines, etc.
Life vests are worn when the aircraft has made an emergency water landing. They can be found underneath the seat or armrests, etc. so that they can be taken out immediately. Put it over your head to wear. Vests for infants are also available. Do not touch the life vests except in an emergency.
When the level of oxygen in the cabin atmosphere drops below a safe level due to system failure, oxygen masks will fall automatically in front of the passengers. Pull the mask sharply, cover your nose and mouth, and put the strap over your head.