A lightweight, mobile tail docking access system specifically designed for the Hawker King Air Aircraft for Raytheon UK at Broughton, North Wales.
The Modular design is split into 3no. mobile units which can be efficiently manoeuvered by trained personnel as required. On site familiarisation training sessions are included to give companies complete control over the system's movements, thus increasing productivity and efficiency of operations without compromising the safety of personnel.
A predominantly flat packed design approach provides obvious logistic benefits as well as product storage and deployment opportunities.
The construction profiles the tail of the aircraft to reduce the overall footprint leading to easier manoeuvrabilty and also minimising valuable hangar floor space.
The use of removable infill platforms on the upper level allows ample space for the neccessary rudder movement. They also reduce the risk of damage to the aircraft by benefiting manoeuvrability when removed; whilst also maintaining a safe working environment when reinstated.
Tool racks, airline points and power outlets can also be included to aid the operators and thus reducing the likelihood of any slips, trips and falls.