Omega Aviation Deicer
Deicing units provide protection against fluids freezing up on the aircraft.
The deicers have booms similar to cherry-pickers, which allow easy access to the entire aircraft. A hose sprays a special mixture of fluids which melts the ice that is on the aircraft. This is known as type I (one) deiceing fluid. Also, the fluid mixture known as Type IV (four) prevents additional ice from building up while the plane is sitting on the ground for a variable period of time.
1998 Superior Airplane Type 1 Deicer TD 530 Serial Number T-19. Operator lift extends up to 29 feet.
1984 Trump Deicer D40-D
- Engine and Chasis: FORD gas
- Both: Type I and Type IV fluids
- Manlift max height: 40 feet
Trump 1987, Model DD-1200, gas, Type I, S/N DD110 (#58282)
Trump 1983, Model TD-30, gas, Type I, Ford (#58254), Inv. #124, S/N D3-211
Trump 1984, Model TD-30, gas, Type I & IV, Ford (#58253), Inv. #122,
Trump 1978, Model D-40-D, gas, Type I & IV, S/N D384, (#58225), (Maximum working height 40 ft.)
Trump 1988, Model DD, gas, Type I , Ford, (#58336), Inv. #123, S/N DD-183
FMC 1980, Model LA-1000, Type I, Ford 300, gas, S/N 73202
FMC Model LA-1000, S/N 76097, Ford 300, gas
STINAR Model DI-700, Type I, S/N 16095, Ford, gas
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