The universal rig (JMP/HER/D/1144/C600) will be capable of hot water washing the engines of the following
aircraft types when fitted with the probes and spray rings as detailed. The re-designed configuration will also
allow detergent washing to be performed should the necessity arise.
Equipped with the new T56 spray rings (JMP/HER/D/1851/C200) delivering 10 - 11 US gallons per minute.
Modified to ensure improved spray pattern as requested following RAAF trials. The nozzles on this new
spray ring can now be adjusted with a simple tool to provide the optimum spray direction.
Equipped with the T56 Spray ring (JMP/T56/D/1847/C200). The nozzles on this new spray ring can now be
adjusted with a simple tool to provide the optimum spray direction.
Supplied with adapters and quick disconnect couplings for connection to the C130J built in
spray ring and bleed system.
Boeing 737 BBJ and Boeing 737 Wedgetail
CFM 56-7 short engine probes (JMP/CFM56/D/4462) and twin hose assembly (JMP/CF6/A/4087).
Boeing P-8 Poseidon
CFM 56-7B long engine probes (JMP/CFM56/D/6645) or CFM 56-7 short engine probes
(JMP/CFM56/D/4462) and twin hose assembly (JMP/CF6/A/4087).
Quick disconnect delivery hose coupling (SM 338) and quick disconnect bleed hose coupling (SM 337).
F 111, Blackhawk, Seahawk, Sea King and other types
Adaptors for the various engine types can be supplied.
To combine both delivery hoses into a single delivery hose for detergent washing followed by water rinsing
of various turboprop/turbofan engines, a ‘T’ piece connector complete with five metres of 1⁄2” bore delivery
hose is supplied as standard.
This rig has been developed as a military variation of our popular 2x25 gallon compressor washing rig
(JMP/CFM56/D/4777/C200) and is capable of washing all commercial engines - from the world’s largest, the
GE90-115B, down to the CF34-8C.
Size: (L) 2770mm x (W) 1270mm x (H) 1340mm Weight: (Dry) 720Kg
Maximum working pressure: 80 PSI (5.5 bar)
Packing crate dimensions: (L) 3010mm x (W) 1473mm x (H) 1626mm Weight: (Gross) 900Kg
Powered by four rechargeable nitrogen cylinders, maximum charge pressure 2500 PSI (172.4 bar).
A MS28889-2 Schrader charging valve is fitted for in-situ recharging from larger cylinders. There is also
an Inlet Kit fitted to enable the connection of offboard compressed air or nitrogen if required.
Two 25 gallon (115 ltr) stainless steel tanks are fitted to the rig. One can be used for a washing solution
and the other for water, or both can be used for water.
6kW immersion heaters are fitted in each tank, and when connected to standard aircraft ground power
(115/200v, 3 phase, 400Hz), they will heat the washing solution up to 700c in 1 hour. Once the
temperature is reached the electrical lead is disconnected from the supply and stowed on the rig, making
the rig completely self-contained.