Every commercial/business aircraft has many pressurised vessels on board. These include oxygen bottles, portable fire extinguishers, emergency air bottles, and engine and APU fire extinguishers. All must be inspected and tested at specific intervals to ensure container strength and integrity.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia provides sustainment in the field of aircraft component maintenance services involving testing and releasing various aircraft pressurised bottles. Workshop services can range from testing aircraft fire safety cylinders, oxygen life support cylinders, inflation cylinders to structural testing of aviation hydraulic pressure lines.
A well-equipped workshop with over 300 square meters of floor space, The workshop is able to perform various tasks including non-destructive testing on various components of the aircraft fuselage, fixed-wing & rotary-wing, and associated equipment. In addition, our Licensed Aviation Maintenance Engineers (LAME) can sign off and release all of the associated equipment.
Aviation Fire System Australia is working on both Part 145 and DASR 145 approvals, allowing us to release your gas cylinders back to service following repair or maintenance, assuming the items are deemed serviceable.
Both CASA and DASR have their own respective Authorised Release Certificate, known as a Form 1.
The workshop is able to re-charge Cylinders assemblies containing a variety of gas traffics including Breathable Air, Carbon Dioxide, Inflation Gas N2/Co2, Nitrogen.
We are also able to assist with our sister company National Hydro Cylinder Testing Services in providing service in the realm of quality-assured data logged structural pressure testing. Our workshop capabilities allow us to provide a quality service in relation to hydrostatic pressure testing and our expertise allows us to obtain extremely accurate testing from .05MPa up to 1,000MPa, 500kPa up to 100,000kPa and 5bar up to 1,000bar.
National Hydro Cylinder Testing Services has been servicing the aviation community since 2005.
Aviation Fire System Australia have a history of working with various defence forces around the world.
We have established a reputation for quality support, providing various types of Hydrostatic, Pneumatic or NDT services for aircraft component maintenance.
Our policy is to supply on-time quality aviation support & services.
We are happy to quote on all your aviation component maintenance testing requirements subject to international law & embargo.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia can hydrostatic retest and refill all types of inflation cylinders from Life Raft cylinders to Aviation & Aerospace cylinders for Slide, Life Rafts, Gear Blowdown, or Emergency door opening.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia can hydrostatic retest, refill & Release all types of Hydrogen Cylinders for use with UAVs – Drones.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia has the capability of testing and certifying aircraft hoses:
Flex Lines | Fixed Stainless Steel Tubing.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia can certify and test aircraft fire bottles.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia can hydrostatic test, re-certify & clean various oxygen cylinders. With special washing and drying techniques, we are able to offer oxygen cylinders tested and cleaned, ready to use with oxygen gas.
Aviation Fire Systems Australia can hydrostatic retest and certify Hot Air Balloons cylinders.
Aviation Fire System Australia in association with NDE Solutions provides services in Non-Destructive Testing with Radiographic Testing (RT).
This is a non-destructive testing (NDT) method that uses either x-rays or gamma rays to examine the internal structure of manufactured components identifying any flaws or defects.
X-RAY and similar solutions for quality critical aviation components such as entire composite helicopter rotor blade.
Advanced NDT & Robotic Solutions in X-ray and Computed Systems designed to ensure your equipment functions safely and correctly each and every time.