MILITARY AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC TEST RIGS
Hydraulic Test Stands
F-16 including T-50, F-4, F-5, F-18, C-130, C-17,C-5, MiG29, Su-30, A400M, F-2A, F-2B, F-CK-1, Rafael, Gripen, Hawk, Eurofighter, Transport Aircraft & Helicopter etc
HII ‘s new generation of Universal Hydraulic Test Stand (UHTS) with the latest state-of-the-art features and components. UHTS utilizes a high resolution LCD Display HMI (Human Machine Interface) with resistive touch screen for operation and monitoring of UHTS System and functions. HII is currently on Contract with USAF to build UHTS. Accepted in-service by USAF for supporting their F-16 and can be used to support any transport or fighter aircraft or helicopter in their inventory.
UNIVERSAL HYDRAULIC TEST STAND (UHTS)
Electric Motor Driven,
Dual Independent System
UNIVERSAL HYDRAULIC TEST STAND (UHTS)
Diesel Engine Driven, Dual Independent Systems
UHTS comes with an integral built Hydraulic Purification System (HPS) that provides continuous cooling, filtering moisture and to remove hydraulic fluid particulates, water, chlorinated solvents, absorbed air & gases removal from hydraulic fluid. Keeping hydraulic fluid clean and eliminates the need of changing hydraulic fluid for a long period of time. HPS work in a very cost-effective way to minimize hydraulic fluid usage, minimize hazardous waste disposal needs, reduce deployment foot print and sharply reduce hydraulic maintenance and associated costs.
AIRLINES HYDRAULIC TEST RIGS
PORTABLE HYDRAULIC TEST STANDS OR TEST RIGS (Large to Narrow Body Aircraft)
(Electric Motor Driven)
(Diesel Engine Driven)
Portable Hydraulic Test Stands (Dual System) which allow servicing and testing of all large and mid size body aircraft – such as MD-11, Boeing B787, B777, B767, B747, L1011, DC10, AIRBUS A300, A310, A320, A330, A340, A350, A380 & A400M or as long as the capacity of the hydraulic system is within the range of required test stand flow & pressure.
Test Medium: Skydrol 500A and B, HyJet IV and Vor as specified by customer when ordering.
Flow and Pressure Rating: 55 GPM at 5,000 PSI.
Medium: Skydrol 500A and B, HyJet IV and Vor as specified by customer when ordering.
Flow and Pressure Rating: 65 GPM at 3,100 PSI (HIP-10SS)
Flow and Pressure Rating: 55 GPM at 3,000 PSI (HIP-9SS)
HELICOPTER HYDRAULIC TEST RIGS
MILITARY AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS TEST BENCHES
Hydraulics International, Inc.*, Chatsworth, Calif., is being awarded a $22,348,042 fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the A/F27T-12 hydraulic component test stand. This contract provides for the procurement of three pilot production units of the main hydraulic console, one pilot production of the pump and motor test console, one pilot production hydraulic fluid cooling system vapor cycle, one pilot production hydraulic fluid cooling system non-vapor cycle and the associated testing, technical and logistics data, and training. Work will be performed in Chatsworth, Calif., and is expected to be completed in August 2018. Contract funds will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was competitively procured under an electronic request for proposals as a small business set-aside; two offers were received. The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, N.J., is the contracting activity (N68335-12-D-0023). Date: August 07, 2012 US Department of Defense
UNIVERSAL AIRCRAFT COMPONENT TEST STAND for Jumbo Jets including next generation Jumbo, Boeing B787, Airbus A380, A350 etc. and Hydraulic Components fitted on both Military Aircraft & Helicopter.
A/F27T-12 replaces A/F27T-10
COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS TEST BENCHES
The model JEHA MARK IV or HCT-12 (A/F27T-12) is newly designed to perform all functional and operational tests of new generation commercial aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic components including (and not limited to) actuators and control valves, from both large and mid-size body aircrafts. Optional P&MTC (Pump and Motor Test Console) provides capability of testing pump and motor and can be added to JEHA MARK IV or HCT-12 (A/F27T-12) at any time if required to expand the testing capability.
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