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  • Wireless Deadman Systems

    Wireless Deadman Systems

    With the financial crisis and looming fuel costs in the aviation industry, improving the bottom line becomes an ever increasingly difficult task. Although there are many ways that you can cut costs and improve efficiency, not all of them are that easy to implement. Buying new equipment is an expensive proposition that can destroy a company’s profit margins if it does not pay off. Rather than buy new equipment, why not spend money where it counts? One such way you can improve your existing equipment is by installing wireless deadman systems, which act as a second employee. These systems install easily onto your existing equipment and give your supervisors and refueling specialists an easy and efficient way to dispense fuel and maintain heavy machinery.

    Wireless deadman systems use a secure RF signal to transmit a signal from the device to your equipment so that you can do everything from wind and unwind cable and/or reel systems, to opening and closing shutoff valves on refueling tankers. Rather than perform every part of the process manually, a wireless deadman system gives your staff complete control over the process so that they can monitor every aspect of the process. Not only does this make their work more efficient, but it also increases safety by reducing the risk of accidents.

    Most wireless deadman systems are also extremely rugged and durable in order to stay operational even in the toughest workplace environments. Should you decide to make this move, you need to find a company that can customize their installation to meet the needs of your equipment and facilities. A stock installation won’t do you any good if you have special needs.

    A wireless deadman system can usually control up to 12 functions and one or two hydrant operations with ease. They often include throttle controls, 120 or 240VAC systems, lift controls, and even cable and hose reel wind and unwind features. For the price you pay, you really can’t go wrong.

    Sure, you could avoid upgrading your equipment and keep an inefficient operation in place, or you could spend the money now to save money down the road. As your equipment ages, you’ll soon be in a position to upgrade it anyway, so why not make a move to improve your bottom line before the need arises. When you install a wireless deadman device, you essential hire extra personnel to manage your operations for you. It is a one time cost for a lifetime if improved efficiency and risk reduction.

    Take the time to shop for a good company and make sure that their products are government certified, properly rated, and durable enough to withstand your needs. Don’t cut corners and make sure that you ask about every system offered to examine all the ways you can improve your operation. When you take a look at how some companies have solved problems with wireless remotes, you’ll see firsthand just how great these systems really are. Strong, durable, and secure – a true way to do business in the 21st century.

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