FOR QUICK, SAFE SATCOM ACCESS
SERVICE AND REPLACEMENT
The SAS-INC 7017 wide body and 7027 narrow body maintenance stands offer a unique solution for safely and efficiently accessing the SATCOM antenna on the crown of the aircraft fuselage. They will save you maintenance time and require less overall equipment for SATCOM functions.
ALLOWS CREW TO WORK EFFICIENTLY
Users appreciate the ability to work on top of the aircraft in a safe environment, fully surrounded by guardrails.
The risk of bodily harm and damage to the aircraft is significantly reduced using this work area pen on the crown of the aircraft.
Slider deck panels extend to create a walking surface fit tightly to the fuselage. There is no need to jump from the platform to the aircraft. Locks assure the sliders will not move when foot pressure or other force is applied. Aprons prevent falling tools or equipment.
The large and symmetrical work area allows access to those hard-to-reach antennas from either side of the aircraft.
MANEUVER IN TIGHT QUARTERS
Your hangar space is precious. Technicians and managers value the ability to use this stand inside the hangar, requiring minimal floor space. Because of its easy maneuverability, additional equipment and tows are not needed.
This stand is designed to be self-sufficient for indoor or outdoor operation, It can be operated as a purely stand-alone machine, with all necessary power aboard.
BE FULLY EQUIPPED
- Our 7027 maintenance stand covers the most common narrow body aircraft, from the B737NG up to the B757.
- Our 7017 wide body maintenance stand is used for the B767, B787, A330, A350 and B777.
- SAS Model #7090 B747 is currently under development as is Model #7091 for the A380.
- Every stand is custom built to your precise specifications.
- OSHA compliant.
ONE SIZE DOESN’T FIT ALL
Our principal design elements remain in every stand, but you can select added features including:
- A Jib Crane for safer lifting
- Onboard, inverter based generator power
- Air reel
- Electric reel
- Upper operator station
- Work lights for added safety and night operations
EASY, DIRECT PLACEMENT
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE
FOR PLACING THE STAND
As shown above, a small electric tugger can be used to move the stand around very efficiently. Push bars are located on all four corners at ground level for final placement by hand. Placement of the stand in hard-to-reach areas is shown below. The large and symmetrical work area allows access to those hard-to-reach antennas from either side of the aircraft.
FLEXIBLE, ACCURATE POSITIONING
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