EMAS Maintenance Cost: How to Preserve Your Investment
The Importance of Maintenance for EMAS Arresting System: Ensuring Passengers’ Safety
As an airport operator, investing in an Engineered Materials Arrestor System (EMAS) is crucial to ensure passengers’ safety. EMAS is an innovative safety strategy that prevents aircraft overruns and is designed to stop an airplane in the event of a runway overrun or undershoot. However, like any investment, proper maintenance is crucial to preserving its effectiveness and prolonging its lifespan.
Preserving Your EMAS for 20 Years: Key Maintenance Strategies
To ensure that your EMAS investment lasts for the next 20 years, it’s essential to incorporate the following maintenance services into your airport pavement routine maintenance plan.
Inspections should be conducted monthly to identify issues before they become major problems. EMAS experts can often spot issues that airport operators may not notice, and an annual inspection can help identify and address potential problems before they worsen.
Field Strength Tests* (FSTs) are interior measurements that help determine the bed’s performance and strength over time. By conducting an FST, you can predict how long your bed will last and when to begin discussions about bed replacement.
Proper training can help with repairs, incursion, and regulatory compliance. If you’re operating in the US and own a 139 airport, you’re required to have certification on file every 24 calendar months. Training can help you repair tape, shields, and trays correctly and efficiently.
Seam Seal Rehabilitation* (SSR) is necessary to prevent water from entering the EMAS. Like the roof of a house, seam seals reduce entry points. Allow experts to monitor your EMAS to determine when it’s time to change the seals.
Using precise and tested repair materials from Runway Safe optimizes your EMAS bed’s performance.
Service agreements can provide multi-year customized solutions and discounts to avoid delays due to policies and procedures.
Don’t Let Your EMAS Lose Effectiveness: Incorporating Maintenance into Your Airport Plan
Incorporating the Life Cycle Management team at Runway Safe into your airport master plan can guide you in maintaining and preserving your EMAS for the next 20 years.
In conclusion, proper maintenance is essential to preserve your EMAS investment. You can ensure your EMAS’s optimal performance and protect your passengers’ safety by incorporating inspections, FSTs, training, SSR, repair materials, service agreements, and Runway Safe’s Life Cycle Management team, you can ensure your EMAS’s optimal performance and protect your passengers’ safety.
*Only for the EMASMAX product.
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