Aviall Product Catalog And Source Book Page 2286 Ground Support Equipment

DEICING/ANTI-ICING EQUIPMENT ADS DEICING/ANTI-ICING EQUIPMENT aviall ability aviall.com 2286 Cart Specifications Power Tank Flow Spray Main Part No. Source Cap. PSI GPM Gauge Hose Spray Gun Nozzle Wheel Casters Wt. P5PS* 12 V/4 amp 5 40 1.2 None 10' - 1 /4" Lever trigger 15" Adjustable 12" plastic N/A 34 lbs. P14PS 12 V/7 amp 14 76 2.1 0-100 psi 15' - 1 /4" Gunjet poly 18" Adjustable 4.10/3.50-4 6" 65 lbs. P20PS 12 V/7 amps 20 76 2.1 0-100 psi 15' - 1 /4" Gunjet poly 18" Adjustable 4.10/3.50-6 6" 70 lbs. P25PS 12 V/7 amps 25 76 2.1 0-100 psi 25' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 24" Adjustable 13 x 5.00-6 6" 100 lbs. P35PS 12 V/7 amp 35 76 2.1 0-100 psi 25' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 24" Adjustable 13 x 5.00-6 6" 110 lbs. P55PS 12 V/7 amp 55 76 2.1 0-100 psi 25' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 24" Adjustable 13 x 5.00-6 6" 165 lbs. P25GPS 3.5 hp gas 25 150 5 0-200 psi 25' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 24" Adjustable 13 x 5.00-6 6" 140 lbs. P35GPS 3.5 hp gas 35 150 5 0-200 psi 25' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 24" Adjustable 13 x 5.00-6 6" 145 lbs. P55GPS 3.5 hp gas 55 150 5 0-200 psi 25' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 24" Adjustable 15 x 5.00-6 6" 195 lbs. P110GPS 5.0 hp gas 110 300 10 0-400 psi 50' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 23" Adjustable F78 x 15-6 8" 285 lbs. P150GPS 5.0 hp gas 150 300 10 0-400 psi 50' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 23" Adjustable F78 x 15-6 8" 360 lbs. P200GPS 5.0 hp gas 200 300 10 0-400 psi 50' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 23" Adjustable F78 x 15-6 8" 595 lbs. P3000GPS 5.0 hp gas 300 300 10 0-400 psi 50' - 3 /8" Gunjet alum. 23" Adjustable F78 x 15-6 8" 710 lbs. * Does not include gauge and has a different lever actuated spray gun. Handheld deicing sprayers. Ice-Off brand handheld deicing sprayers are designed specifically to spray SAE Type I deicing fluid onto your aircraft to quickly remove frost, snow, and light icing. They are commercial quality units featuring high-density polyethylene tanks, no-spill funnel tops, industrial grade hose, lockable brass controls valve, tank pressure release valve, extendible 29" wand and high capacity 1.2 GPM brass nozzle. Since hot deicing fluid is much more efficient, our handheld sprayers will accommodate our optional 120 volt, 1,100 to 1,700 watt, immersion heater which can heat the deicing fluid to a hot 160 F. When carried aboard your aircraft, Ice-Off deicing fluid and an immersion heater offer deicing capability anywhere, anytime. Electrical immersion heaters. Ice-Off brand electrical immersion heaters are industrial quality, thermostatically controlled units designed to heat SAE Type I deicing fluids to a factory preset 160 F, and then maintain it at that temperature until ready to use. They are available in 120 volt and 240 volt con- figurations ranging from 1,500 to 15,000 watts. These heaters can be permanently installed in all powered Ice-Off carts. For portable applications, three specially designed 120 volt units are available in 1,100, 1,400 and 1,700 watt capacities can be screwed into the standard 1-gal., 2-gal. and 3-gal. handheld deicing sprayers respectively. A fourth, specially-designed 120 volt, 1,500-watt unit can be screwed into our standard 5-gallon jug of deicing fluid. Part No. Description Size S31PS Handheld deicing sprayer 1 gal. unit S32PS Handheld deicing sprayer 2 gal. unit S33PS Handheld deicing sprayer 3 gal. unit Part No. Description Volts Watts IHHS1 Electrical immersion heater 120 1,100 IHHS2 Electrical immersion heater 120 1,400 IHHS3 Electrical immersion heater 120 1,700 IH5J Electrical immersion heater 120 1,500 IH2-3 Electrical immersion heater 240 3,000 Important: The information in this section is believed to be accurate but cannot be guaranteed. Operators and pilots are responsible for the proper use of all equipment. Please, read all of the manufacturers instructions that accompany these products. Pilots and others using this equipment must comply with the manufacturers instructions as well as information in their operating manuals as they relate to the use of deicing equipment. All specifications subject to change without notice. Note: For Aircraft DeIcing chemicals, see page 2244. Revised June 1, 2015 !

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