After almost two years of corona pandemic and the resulting restrictions, we are overjoyed to welcome you at our booth at inter airport Europe 2021 in Munich.
Sometimes it is necessary to have quick access to jet blast deflectors, for only a limited time and without the need of purchasing a complete set. Especially, when maintenance on the apron is due, and workers and equipment at temporary work sites need to be protected from jet blast.
The team behind Blast-Ex would like to meet up with you at the inter airport Europe 2017 trade show at the Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany. We are looking forward to welcome you at stand 862 in Hall A6 to proudly introduce you to our innovative jet-blast deflectors.
Jet blast is a phenomenon, which inevitably occurs in connection with jet or turbofan-driven aircraft. Simplified: They move because a mass of air is sucked into the intake, compressed by a high ratio, and then with the help of ignited fuel is accelerated and pushed out again.
Blast-Ex would like to meet up with you at the inter airport Europe 2015 trade show from October 6 to 9 at the Trade Fair Centre in Munich, Germany. Blast-Ex is looking forward to welcome you at stand 1900 in Hall B4 and inform you about our innovative jet-blast deflectors.
Building an efficient jet blast deflector is not as easy as it might look. Of course, anybody can spend a lot of money, use too much material, waste time in the construction, or set-up process and then finally end up with a product which does not fit the needs of the airport and its managers.
The task was clear: protect workers of a moving construction site at Dublin Airport.
Jet blast deflectors in the desert – Implementing jet blast protection at Muscat International Airport
Heat, wind, sand, sometimes salt water and the jet blast itself: the wear and tear on a jet blast deflector in the desert of the Middle East is immense. But these are only some of the reasons why Muscat International Airport initially ordered jet blast deflectors from Blast-Ex and, when it modernized and expanded its facilities, turned to Blast-Ex again.