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Leading Edge Tape & Radome Protection

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Submitted by: Stuart M

Taking aircraft protection to new heights. Cost effective solutions that can save you thousands of maintenance pounds by eliminating damage to high erosion areas. A little rain can cause extensive and costly erosion damage over time when you are flying at speeds of 130+ mph. This makes every leading edge of your aircraft highly susceptible to surface and paint erosion, particularly the nose which commonly houses flight critical instrumentation. Radome and leading edge masks are made from a thin, clear polyurethane film that acts as a protective barrier between your aircraft and the damaging elements. It’s been dubbed a boot because it is molded into a 3 dimensional shape that fits exactly over the complex contours of your specific aircraft model. This ensures a perfect and streamlined fit every time, plus the ultra high-strength adhesive guarantees a secure installation for years and years of service! Radome & Leading Edge Tape specialists. www.ultimatevalet.aero/leading-edge.html Contact: m 07540 876974 Protect your investment, the difference is clear!

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