CPCs have been used by the aircraft industry for many years as a means of protecting against corrosion. These treatments are often recommended by the manufacturer in the maintenance manuals as a way to help prevent the onset of corrosion in specific locations on the aircraft.
A degreaser (also called precision cleaner, maintenance cleaner, and (specific for automotive repair) carb cleaner or brake cleaner) is a solvent or water-based cleaner designed to remove grease, oils, cutting fluids, corrosion inhibitors, handling soils, finger prints, and other contamination.
What exactly are aviation greases? Greases are either solid or semi-solid lubricants meant to protect, seal, and lubricate aircraft components. As with any type of lubricant, the goal is to reduce friction by creating a film that separates moving surfaces.
What are aircraft hydraulic fluids? They're fluids usually made up of mineral oils or synthetic hydrocarbons, which are to be used in hydraulic applications within an aircraft. Depending on the aviation hydraulic fluid, they might be used for brakes, shock absorbers, gearboxes or other applications.
Aviation engine lubricants are designed to lubricate, under a wide range of operating temperatures, engine moving parts such as bearings, gears, camshaft, rocker arms, cylinder walls, piston rings, push rods, and sockets and provide additional functionalities for engine cooling, cleanliness, and corrosion inhibition.
Fine Permanent Paint Markers scribe bright, permanent marks on all types of surfaces. Their fine marks are ideal for permanently identifying small inventory, assemblies, tools, finished products, or work-in-progress.
Aircraft, or airplane sealants, are a unique class of adhesives designed to reinforce and seal aircraft parts to improve structural integrity. These adhesives must meet Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) quality standards and safety regulations that are unique to the aerospace industry.