Biobor JF® Now Available in Amsterdam, Holland at the Aviall Customer Service Center
Biobor JF®, the world's leading Jet Fuel Biocide since
1965, is now being stocked in Aviall’s customer service center in Amsterdam,
Holland. "We are very excited about this new agreement, which will give
our customers in the European Union quicker access to Biobor JF® with fast
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Biobor will also be in Reno for the ALEA conference. The Airborne Law Enforcement Association supports and encourages the use of aircraft in public safety. Come see us in booth 119!... Click Here to Read More->
2008 Type Certificate Data Sheet shows that the FAA and General Electric approves Biobor JF to be used in General Electric Engines.
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1999 Gulfstream Aerospace Flight Manual Approves the use of Biobor JF as an anti-microbial growth additive.
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In 1967, Pratt Whitney Aircraft initially recommended Biobor JF in the letter linked below.
In 2008, the FAA and Pratt Whitney recommend Biobor JF as the Biocide Additive.
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This 2007 FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet for Rolls-Royce Deutschland Ltd & Co KG Engines Recommends BIobor JF for use and is listed specifically as one of the few optional additives allowed.
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In 2010, the European Aviation Safety Agency approved Biobor JF to be used in Airbus A300-600ST.
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The FAA issued this TYPE CERTIFICATE DATA SHEET NO. A20WE for Boeing on August 19, 2011.
This data sheet, which is a part of Type Certificate No. A20WE, prescribes conditions and limitations under which the product for which the Type Certificate was issued meets the airworthiness requirements of the Federal Aviation Regulations. Holder of Type Certificate: THE BOEING COMPANY
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There is a growing belief among experts that the number of cases of diesel-bug is set to rise as the combined factors of increased use of biofuels, legislation to reduce the sulphur content in fuel and the use of fuel additives for lubrication provide a fertile breeding ground for the troublesome microorganisms.
A team of marine engineers from the Warsash Maritime Academy (part of Southampton... Click Here to Read More->
The National Transportation Safety Board recommends that the Federal Aviation Administration:
Amend certification requirements for aircraft requiring fuel additives, including fuel system icing inhibitors, so that those limitations are highlighted by a warning in the limitations section of the airplane flight manual. (A-11-70)
Require all existing certificated aircraft (both newly manufactured... Click Here to Read More->