Clear Water Rinse Systems

Corrosion Prevention Products and Systems

On commercial and military airfields across the globe, Riveer is the leader in aircraft washing systems, aircraft wash carts, in line wash rack systems and in clear water rinse systems for airframes cleaning and corrosion mitigation.

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AIRCRAFT RINSE CART
(ARC)

Meets the military aircraft rinsing and pressure guidelines in TM 1-1500-344-23-2.

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AIRCRAFT WASHING SYSTEM
(AWS)

GripStart system starts and stops the unit pumping 175 PSI at 12 gallons per minute.

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TOTAL AIRCRAFT WASHING
SYSTEM (TAWS®)

With high-pressure foamer, the TAWS covers the side of a CH47 (750 sq. ft) in less than 60 seconds.

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BIRDBATH CLEAR WATER
RINSE SYSTEM

Taxi through CWRS process requires less than 2 minutes to rinse even the largest aircraft.

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TACTICAL RINSE SYSTEM (TRS)

Automatic clear water rinse system is fully deployable and installed above ground.

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TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Installation, training and field support assures your airfield offers 24/7 corrosion mitigation services.

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Why Clear Water Rinse Systems?

According to the Air Force Corrosion Prevention and Control Office (AFCPCO), the USAF alone spends upwards of $2 billion annually on corrosion maintenance. Rinsing an aircraft with clear water after a mission is one of the most effective methods for removing contaminates, salt, or sand that contribute to corrosion. Riveer has developed several low pressure, high volume systems for washing and clear water rinsing fixed wing and rotary aircraft of all configurations, giving flight line personnel, crew chiefs and maintenance departments the tools they need to combat this costly and highly damaging foe. Find out more about the Riveer ARC, AWS, TAWS® and BirdBath CWRS.

The importance of aircraft washing and rinsing has taken center stage in both military and commercial aviation as corrosion is now seen as a significant catalyst in airframe and component rework and failure.