The International Airport GSE Expo is the worlds largest exhibition dedicated to aviation ground support equipment (GSE). The expo is held every 2 years at the Rio All Suites Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas. The 3 day event, (2nd-4th October), will play host to 200+ exhibitors over 65,000+ sq ft of floor space.
The expo offers an excellent opportunity for industry professional to network whilst checking out the latest airport technology and services. With the 2016 expo being sold out, and the venue already booked for 2020, the organisers are confident that this will become a firm date in the aviation calendar.
Powervamp USA distributor, AERO Specialties, will be present at the expo with a selection of their large range of GSE on display. The Idaho based company will be showcasing a broad range of products from their patent pending LC11E lavatory cart to their flagship JetGo 600, 28V DC hybrid ground power unit.
Also on display will be the latest AERO Specialties branded Powervamp ground power units – including the Coolspool 410 28V DC battery cart and the PV45 400Hz frequency converter. The recently renamed AERO JetGo 300, (formerly Coolspool Hybrid 300), will also be present in the striking AERO Specialties corporate orange and blue livery.
The JetGo 300 ground power unit is designed to provide continuous power for avionics and to start the engines on all DC turbine and turboprop aircraft by using its fully Tier IV compliant 3-cylinder, water-cooled Kubota diesel engine.
JetGo 300 users will benefit from a compact unit, user friendly all weather controls and very low operating costs, with the further advantage of low dBA signature and reduced CO2 emissions. Its quite normal for a diesel ground power unit (GPU) four times the size of the JetGo to deliver the same peak amperage for starting large turbines.
Powervamp staff will also be in attendance to offer sales support, product training and technical assistance on the new range of AERO branded products.
Visit stand 629 to view the latest ground support equipment and discuss your own airport requirements with the sales team.