18/May/18 ~ GAMMON Announcement - DP GAUGE DECALS - now stocked by C&L
29/Mar/18 ~ Parker Velcon Press Release EI 1583 7th Edition ACO-6xx01R Series 6” Monitors (not yet available)
29/Mar/18 ~ EI Witness Letter, Parker Velcon EI-1583 7th Edition
NEW, added 09/04/18* 07/March/18 ~ EI 1588 Water Barrier Technology, Parker Velcon
09/Feb/18 ~ JIG Bulletin 107 Filter Sampling Point Issues
00/00/00 ~ IATA Super-absorbent Polymer (SAP) Special Interest Group
06/Feb/18 ~ Parker Inside Edition *Discontinued Items
01/Feb/18 ~ EI Differential pressure for aviation fuel filters (video)
NEW, added 03/04/2018* 30/Jan/2018 ~ EI Aviation Fuel Filtration Seminar - FULL EI Report
30/Jan/18 ~ EI Meeting, held in London. Report by: Nigel Wooster
00/Jan/18 ~ EI1588-Barrier-Technology-Update-Jan-2018
17/Jan/18 ~ EI 1588 Clarifier Update, Parker Velcon
04/Jan/18 ~ GTP - Email PDF, Meeting EI, IATA/IFQP, JIG, A4A
Nov/17 ~ Energy Institute - EI17/074 rev 1
11/Dec/17 ~ JIG - Bulletin 105 Filter Monitors
06/Dec/17 ~ Parker Velcon Technical Bulletin # 1217-1
27/Nov/17 ~ Energy Institute
Nov/17 ~ Parker Velcon EI 1583 7th Edition Qualified Fuel Monitor
Differential Pressure Gauges
Corrected DP Spreadsheet - An easy to use tool to help you correct your DP *updated 03/18
Gammon Gauge - Instruction Manual
* 0 - 15 psi DP Gauges fitted with proximity switches CAN NOT be set to accurately trigger at 15 psi
*0 - 30 psi DP gauges fitted with proximity switches can be adjusted down to a 15 psi trigger point
*If you wish to modify a DP gauge from 30 psi > 15 psi or 15 psi to 30 psi, the internal spring AND the faceplate must be changed
15 psi & 30psi Gammon Gauge springs are different a different colour SEE HERE
Have questions? Email the sales team here
It's NOT Rocket Science !
Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect.
— Captain A. G. Lamplugh, British Aviation Insurance Group, London. c. early 1930's
I thought her unsinkable and I based my opinion on the best expert advice available.
I do not understand it.
— Philip A. S. Franklin, Vice President of the White Star Line, sobbing to reporters the day after the Titanic sank, 15 April 1912.
It is impossible to accurately measure the results of fueling aircraft safely. No one can count the fires that never start or the engine failures and the forced landings that never take place. And one can neither evaluate the lives that are not lost, nor plumb the depths of the human misery we have been spared. But the man with the fueling hose can find lasting satisfaction in the knowledge he has worked wisely and well, and that safety has been his first consideration.