AJP - Aerial Jib Platforms

AJP - Aerial Jib Platforms

The Aerial Jib Platform (AJP) is an advanced access solution developed specifically for the aviation sector to optimise the aircraft painting process

The Aerial Jib Platform (AJP) is an advanced access solution developed specifically for the aviation sector to optimise the aircraft painting process.

Suitable for narrow-body models such as the A320 and B737 as well as wide-body aircraft, the AJP is an ideal option at hangars that are unsuited to the use of roof-mounted teleplatforms due to their low roof height or lightweight construction.

To ensure complete coverage of a narrow-bodied aircraft four AJPs are required. Each AJP is fixed to the hangar floor and operators use the sophisticated RMC (Relative Motion Control) system to extend the telescopic mast to the desired height or to manoeuver smoothly and in a jerk-free way in a straight line along the fuselage.

Efficiency, safety & speed!

As the AJP is static, the risk of damage to an aircraft that can be caused by the type of moving carrier devices that other systems rely upon is eliminated.

The AJP is compatible with CTI Systems' advanced distance control technologies such as the Block Shape Control and Twin Scan Control systems and, for added safety and accident reduction benefits, sensor-based collision avoidance systems such as touchless bumpers, a ‘safety-net’ below the operator’s platform and mast protection light barriers are fitted as standard.

Optional media supplies such as on-board plug sockets, compressed and breathing air delivery systems as well as a grounding bar for paint guns can be added as required to further improve a worker’s comfort and efficiency.

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