Aviation Product: Variable Height UCAS Narrow Under Cowl Access Steps 2.2-3.2m (towable)
H2.2-3.2m - L0.8m - W0.4m | Mid-platform H1.5m | Easy tow robust all wheel suspension chassis
- A330, A340, A350, B777 & B787 - Safe access to multiple aircraft engine inspection & service points with ONE towable platform
- Easy tow robust all wheel suspension chassis
- Slip resistant self-draining tread steps & platform
- Platform edge & railing protective "soft" padding
- Excellent through life costs
Variable Height UCAS Narrow Under Cowl Access Steps 2.2-3.2m (towable) is compatible with:
A330 / A340 / A350 / B777 / B787
UCAS Narrow Access Platform H2.2-3.2m
The Under Cowl Access Steps (UCAS) have been designed for variable height access (2.2-3.2m) in and around wide body aircraft engines to provide easy, safe access for oiling or fan cowl access.
Additionally the flexibility of the UCAS offers easy access to principle inspection and service parts for narrow and widebody aircraft.
Designed for ramp and airport requirements with a robust chassis that incorporates all wheel suspension, proven slew ring steering and safe wheel brake parking with tow bar in vertical position.
The lightweight aluminium construction ensure the steps are easy to move and the stairs and platform are slip resistant with self-draining tread.
The variable height platform system incorporates a dog rack and lock safety system that is sprung loaded ensuring each incremental increase 50mm (2inch) in height is locked out, with an easy wind cable on a drum height raise from 2,200-3,200mm.
Front platform with half height folding side railings for safe and easy engine access, with opening front gates (3 lock positions) provides a multiple use, safe working platform providing safe access to engines, wing & passenger doors.
Safe working height mid platform 800mm provides easy access to engine nacelle for blade inspection.
The variable height platform of 2.2-3.2m height ideal for all wide body engine access except A380 (see UCAS XL) .
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