Easy, safe and reliable operation complying with military and civil aircraft specifications and low-level maintenance requirement.
The AHT is equipped with the Sun Aircraft Reservoir Level Control System. This system controls the level of hydraulic fluid in the aircraft reservoir whilst running the tests.
The tester is designed to perform the following functions & test procedures:
Provide a source of hydraulic power to operate the aircraft hydraulics system and controls for functional and operational tests without the necessity of starting the aircraft engine.
Test the aircraft hydraulics system for function checks, for indications of malfunctions, for flow and pressure checks, leakage, etc.
Filter (NAS class 4 or better), de-aerate and dehydrate the aircraft hydraulic fluid.
Drain, flush and refill the aircraft hydraulic system.
|Capacity||0-60 l/min up to 2120 bar, reduced flow up to 240 bar|
|High Pressure Pump Drive||Turbo charged diesel engine, 45 kW at 2800 rpm|
|Boost Pump||Direct Driven G-rotor pump|
|Operating Temperature||-40 to 55 °C|
|Pressure Flow||Manually controlled valves/ pump; digital readout for flow & Temp.|
|Fluid Reservoir||60 l|
|High Pressure Filter||2-micron outlet filtration, replaceable element|
|Boost System Filter||3-micron filtration, replaceable element|
|Piping||High pressure lines: stainless steel; Low pressure lines: Aluminum|
|Outlet System||Two pressure- and flow- controlled outlets|
|Return System||Two pressure-controlled inlets|
|External Connections||Two ½” pressure hoses; Two ¾” return hoses|
|Average Noise Level||77 dB at a 1m radius from test stand|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||2150x1150x1360 mm|
|Weight (kg)||1450 kg|
|Country of Manufacture||United Kingdom|