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MAVI DENIZ designed Airborne Spray System to control mosquitoes, locusts, grasshoppers, and the treatment of forest fires with water or fire extinguishing chemicals or the overhead application of liquid fertilizers and pesticides crops, ground vegetation, and also oil spill operations in confined or inaccessible situations.

The main Advantage is the Speed is an essential factor for operation, especially over forests and large crop areas, and field access is key to a successful treatment.

Oil Spill Operations offered by the aerial spraying of dispersants ( with reasonable control and assessment results are the rapid response, high treatment rates, optimum use of the product, regardless of the sea state ), many spraying systems developed for use with both fixed and rotating wing aircraft ( helicopter or plane ).

Existing units are either of a type that can use by the aircraft of convenience or permanently installed. Standard built-in spraying systems of crop spraying aircraft, widely used in agriculture, can be adapted to spraying dispersants.

Aerial spraying is only one part of the solution for controlling mosquitoes, but it is the one method that can rapidly reduce the number of spreading growing in a large area. Used Chemicals Not toxic to people. It has not been shown to make people sick. When used as directed, it can apply safely to standing water where mosquitoes lay eggs without causing harm to food crops or water supplies.

Spraying operations against migrant pests, locusts, and grasshoppers have used a variety of traditional pesticides. When chemicals are used in aerial spraying correctly, spraying provides a rapid kill. Aerial spraying does not cause long-term harm to the environment, birds, other animals, or the local ecosystem, even if spraying happens more than once.

Only neat concentrate dispersants are suitable for use with airborne spraying systems.

Aircraft dispersant spray systems are designed and certified for specific aircraft types and models.

1. Plane Spray System

Fixed systems for converted multi-engine aircraft comprise storage for dispersants, a pump including powerpack spray arms with nozzles, and a remote control system.
As an alternative, some independent systems (with the tank, pump, and spray booms) have been developed to clamp under the fuselage as a detachable pod (i.e., instead of the luggage chest); these systems allow to convert quickly regular planes into spraying aircraft.

POD spraying systems for small aircraft; self-container spraying system can rig under a small plane as a POD (luggage trunk). It is quick and easy to convert to a conventional aircraft, usually devoted to good or passenger transportation, into a spraying plane. The capacity of these systems is around 1.5 t of dispersant.

Self-contained airborne spraying systems build to suit large transport airplanes with rear cargo doors to remain open during the flight. Containerized units comprise a tank, power pack, pump, and retractable spray arms and can quickly load into the cargo hold.

2. Helicopter Spray System

Fixed spraying systems for helicopters are mounted under the fuselage and are made up of the same parts as the units built-in fixed-wing aircraft.

Helicopter spray buckets can use any helicopter with a cargo hook for underslung loads. Units are self-contained (tank, pump, power pack, spraying arms) and can be remotely
controlled from the cockpit.

Aerial dispersants’ application depends on the visibility over the slick area and relies on wave energy for mixing dispersants with spilled oil.

The company will also design and certify to order specialist equipment with in-house CAD design.

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Application AreaAgriculture - Grasshopper - Mosquites - Locust - Oil Spill
Aircraft TypeHelicopterHelicopterHelicopterPlanePlane
Tank Capacity150 lt500 lt.

400 lt. (standard)
Up to 1.000 lt (optional)

1000 lt

2.000 lt (standard)
Up to 18.000 lt (optional)

Tank MaterialHDPE or Aluminium
Engine7.5 hp diesel engine380 v 3 phase electric motor
Contol PanelCarried as an underslung load, the system incorporates its own power supply and is controlled via a simple pilot operated control box.
Flow rateFlow rate can be varied up from (350 litres/min & 450 litres/min or 800 litres/min)
Spray Boom Length3 m - 5 m - 10 m - 15 m - 20 m
Spray Boom MaterialLightweight Aluminium construction
Swath widthUp to 30m.