Aircraft recovery mat Mustmove®

aircraft recovery mat
aircraft recovery mat
aircraft recovery mat
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WHAT IS AIRCRAFT RECOVERY MAT? These are plates designed for aircrafts in case of emergency landings or other rescue operations to create a stable runway. It is important in the field of aeronautics. Aircrafts can land even if there is mud, snow or rain. Moreover, an aircraft recovery mat is very resistant thanks to the double-ply coated fabric construction reinforced with composite rods. Easy and quickly to be installed on the ground. An aircraft cannot get stuck thanks to these plates. A real benefit! WHY USE AIRCRAFT RECOVERY MAT? Mustmove® aircraft recovery mats are an innovative solution* dedicated to aircraft rescue operations regardless of the weather or ground conditions. Musthane’s patented aircraft recovery mats are used for the following operations: Create a quick and temporary access road for emergency vehicles to facilitate their access to damaged aircraft Be a traction mat to transport the plane and clear the airport runway which may be blocked following the accident. Aircraft recovery mats have benefits: Improvement of soil bearing capacity Can compensate for the ruts created by the aircraft during its runway These aircraft recovery equipment have excellent puncture resistance. Their non-slip surface and the high quality of their self-supporting properties make it easy to tow the aircraft off the runway. Several mat sections can be easily connected to each other thanks to an innovative slotted joint system. This provides a continuous track without the need for additional anchors. Their light weight (less than 10 kg/m2) and compactness (a 5 m roll can be rolled up to a diameter of less than 55 cm) allows for quick and easy deployment.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.