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  1. Jetting Systems
29 June 2011

Runway Rubber Removal in Kandahar

Building on the success earlier in the year Jetting Systems have supplied a further Osprey runway rubber removal machine to the military airbase in Kandahar Afghanistan.

Like the previous machine used in Kabul this latest Osprey was delivered in a very tight time frame and was shipped by air from East Midlands Airport.

The Osprey’s robust design continues to find favour and is used in some of the most hostile climates in the world.

The unique servo motor driven rubber removal head moves laterally across the front of the vehicle covering a 2000mm path. Servo motors ensure accurate control whatever the climatic conditions and ensure zero damage to the runway surface.

Long service intervals and simplicity of operation ensure that sales of the Osprey remain strong and the order book is currently full.

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