1. How often should we wash our engines?
It is recommended that engines should be washed every 400 to 600 hours for the best results or IAW with OEM recommendations.
2. Why do we need to wash the engines?
Washing engines on a regular basis helps to save fuel, improves engine performance, and prolongs engine life.
3. Should we wash the engines with hot water or detergent?
Aero Jet Wash is able to do both hot water and/or detergent wash. It depends on the operator. It is recommended that engines should be washed every 400 to 600 hours for the best results or IAW with OEM recommendations.
4. How do I schedule an engine wash?
All you need to do is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Do we have to fly our aircraft to your site?
No. Aero Jet Wash sends a mobile unit with experienced crew to the customer’s site at no extra charge.
6. What happens to dirty water coming from the engine?
Aero Jet Wash takes pride in being a 100% green company. The Aero Jet Wash Effluent Collection System has been carefully designed to be used in all U.S. and international airports with environmental safety as a first priority. This unique system captures ALL of the effluent from the engine, we then run the effluent through our filtration system which allows for environmental friendly disposal.
7. How long does it take to wash the engines?
With our equipment we can wash 2 engines in one hour.
8. Can we wash all types of engines?
9. Does Aero Jet Wash carry liability insurance coverage?
Yes, we do provide coverage for customers at no extra cost.