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Aviation Management International Adds New Products To Its Line

Based in Fort Lauderdale Florida since 1989 Aviation Management International (AMI) has been servicing its customer’s world wide primarily with parts, logistic support and aircraft sales.

“Back in 2004 we recognized a need for quality ground support equipment hav- ing supplied and distributed other compa- nies products,” says Kevin Howarth, VP and Head of Sales at AMI. “We knew we could produce a portable ground power unit that exceeded the specifications of the units we were distributing at that time, and do so at a much more reasonable price to the end user.”

Along with his business partner, Ken Hutson, they designed and produced the AMI-1800, AMI-2400, AMI-2400-50, AMI-4500 and the AMI-4500-100. With a phenomenal response to the product AMI has sold its portable Ground Power Units all over the world.

Encouraged by this success and in spite of a worldwide economic downturn, AMI decided to increase it’s line of ground sup- port equipment and introduces the AMI- TW60 Turbine Washer, a moderately priced, smartly engineered solution to tur- bine engine compressor and turbine wheel maintenance.

Ken Hutson, AMI’s president stresses the need for routine compressor and tur- bine wheel washes, based on his experi- ences in over 35 years of running maintenance shops and operations in some of the world’s harshest environments. “Routine compressor and turbine wheel washes will increase an aircraft’s engine’s longevity and reduce overall costs, along with making the aircraft more fuel effi- cient,” says Hutson. The lightweight and portable design al- lows a maintenance professional to move the cart easily on the ramp or on unim- proved surfaces. The AMI-TW60 pro- vides the versatility of adjustable outlet pressure and source selection to utilize water only when required and chemical solution when necessary without chang- ing bottles or fluids.

AMI is currently developing even higher capacity portable ground power units in response to inquiries from own-

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