NuPower II is an extraordinary Dry-Wash product for the ongoing care of painted or polished metal surfaces. It is easily applied with a wipe-on, wipe-off procedure with pad applicators or by hand in all types of humidity conditions.
- Removes oxidation from paint and metal surfaces.
- Easy wipe on, let dry, wipe off to clean and bright surface procedure.
- Adds a beautiful gloss appearance.
NuPower has been tested and passed the following specifications:
- Boeing D6-17487,
- AIMS 09-00-002,
- AMS 1650, Douglas
NuPower II is additionally specified in the following:
- Bombardier Task 12-21-00-110-807 for the Q400 airframe,
- Bombardier RIL-6027 for all CRJ airframes,
- Bombardier AMM 12-21-00-110-805 for Global Express airframes,
- Embraer Task 12-22-01-100-801-A for the 170, 175, 190 and 195 airframes.
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The Government has now released lockdown easing programs to allow us to slowly return back to normal.
Many aspects of our lives will remain the same, social distancing, wearing of masks etc. This is necessary to ensure that infection numbers continue to fall, and we do not get another rise.
Bacoban is not just any ordinary Covid disinfectant, unlike others Bacoban will continue to destroy the virus on treated surfaces for up to 10 days (as tested in a laboratory).
Regular cleaning and disinfecting with Bacoban adds a critical layer of secure protection for your business, family, restaurant, pub and home.
The NBAA publishes the Embraer approval to use Bacoban WB on their aircraft.
Frasers Aerospace however recomend that Bacoban DL is used to ensure no operator error occurs and that the delicate substrates used in executive jets are protected from the possibility of discolouration.
Frasers Aerospace have always maintained that Bacoban DL is the only product that should be used on aircraft.
Rolls-Royce’s UltraFan next-generation turbofan is still without an application. Despite the uncertainty, the engine-maker is pressing on with assembly of the first demonstrator this year as a pivotal step toward building trust in the technology and preparing for production variants when the time is ripe. Although the engine-maker signaled in January that it will suspend further investment in the geared-engine concept beyond development of the 87,000-lb.-thrust demonstrator-—pending emerging opportunities—the scalable design remains vital to Rolls-Royce’s sustainable-product plan. But recognizing the realities of the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the air transport market, Geer says: “The pace at which we move is a function of the pace the world needs us to move, as well as our own ambition.
The Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research (BJSTR) in the USA published an interesting article back in 2018, Preventing Spread of Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci in a Hospital by Using a Nanotechnology-Based Disinfectant. It was a joint study between a hospital, a medical facility and two universities.
The study confirms that Bacoban prevents the spread of Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci in the hospital in Istanbul. This study showed that using of Bacoban remarkably reduced the VRE contamination, compared with levels of VRE contamination detected during the use of sodium hypochlorite (bleach) for disinfection in the control units. These findings have important implications to prevent VRE in endemic health care settings. This study also confirms the lasting protection of up to 22 days on surfaces including medical devices found in hospitals.
Researchers compared the Bacoban with another disinfectant and found that a single Bacoban application was equivalent in efficacy to the daily application of the other liquid for 15 days in anaesthesia devices in the operating room.
Xpower F-16 mains powered foggers and F-16B battery powered ULV foggers are now in stock.
A complete volte-face on how Britain is responding to Covid is the way to end the pandemic, according to some experts.
Ashlely Woodcock, professor of respiratory medicine at the University of Manchester, does not believe the virus is airborne but is largely being transferred by touch on surfaces.
Shifting the focus to cleaning homes and coating public amenities such as cashpoints with long-lasting disinfectants could rapidly stop the spread, he believes.
Most airborne viruses, such as measles, have very high reproduction numbers, with one person typically infecting more than a dozen others. Yet even on aeroplanes, where the air is circulated for many hours, only small numbers of people have picked up the virus.
“People have been looking for coronavirus in the air for about six months and there is one paper so far where they generated an aerosol of the virus artificially where they have shown persistence in the air,” Prof Woodcock said. “Nobody has identified coronavirus in the air in Sainsbury’s or a school or a pub. What they have done is found it everywhere on surfaces, on cashpoints, on phones, on supermarket tills.
“I think social distancing is important, but just so you don’t touch anybody. We need to have a ‘Let’s Clean Britain’ campaign.”
Bacoban meets all the criteria which Professor Woodstock recommends to reduce the spread of the virus.
Dassault Falcon have approved the use of Bacoban for Aerospace on their entire fleet of aircraft.
Atlas Helicopters disinfecting with Bacoban after each deep clean.
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