The company's ground deicing systems use gas-fired "targeted infrared energy" to deice aircraft before flight
Radiant Energy Systems's ground deicing systems use gas-fired "targeted infrared energy" to deice aircraft before flight. The systems are available in a variety of configurations for aircraft as small as a single-engine Piper and as large as a military C5A transport. The InfraTek System 2000, as an example, can accommodate the majority of commercial aircraft up through 757 size jets.
Each system includes:
a structure, designed for specific aircraft types and airport usage;
an array of energy process units (EPUs), which convert gas fuel to targeted wavelength infrared heat energy; and
a computer control system, which optimizes system performance for each aircraft type and contamination condition.
Special configurations have also been designed to accommodate: multiple station deicing within a facility;
specific fuel gas and electrical supply requirements; and
extreme location requirements (121 mph winds, 54 psf ground
snow, -20 degrees F ambient temperatures).
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