Runway Maintenance in major airports can create a high-stakes dilemma. Accidents can occur if runways are not maintained to the highest standards – and the consequences of major aviation accidents can be catastrophic. But at the same time, the economic consequences of extended periods of inactivity can be ruinous for any airport.
So it should come as no surprise that more and more airports are using Water Jetting systems to keep their runways in top condition.
When cleaning a runway it is essential to create a surface that is clean, dry and undamaged – all in the shortest amount of time. There is no doubt that water jetting is the best way to achieve these results.
But Water Jetting doesn’t just meet the requirements for maintenance of runways – it exceeds them.
Airport maintenance is such a high priority that most major airports inspect their runways several times each day. It is essential that the airport’s maintenance solution is ready to go at a moment’s notice and can be deployed quickly and efficiently to deal with any problems.
Some of the most dangerous risks to airport runways are spills or leaks of oil and grease, and the rubber residue which is accrues on airport runways over time. These can compromise the integrity of the runway and it is essential that these problems are dealt with immediately.
Water Jetting equipment is portable and can be deployed quickly – often by a single operator. Furthermore, Water Jetting is ideal for removing oil and rubber without damaging the underlying concrete.
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