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Aviation fuel filtration seminar

Conference
  • London and Home Counties
  • <p>Turing Lecture Theatre</p> <p>IET London</p> <p>Savoy Place,</p> <p>2 Savoy Place,</p> <p>London</p> <p>WC2R OBL</p>
  • 17-09-2019
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    17-09-2019
  • 08:30 - 19:00
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One-day aviation fuel filtration seminar to provide an insight into industry progress in the transition to the use of alternative filtration technologies

In November 2017 at the Aviation Fuel Forum, the IATA SAP Special Interest Group announced the requirement for the industry to transition away from the use of filter monitor filtration systems for aircraft refuelling.

The Energy Institute Aviation Committee in conjunction with filter manufacturers are hosting the second one-day aviation fuel handling filtration seminar to disseminate information to aviation fuel handling equipment stakeholders on industry progress in the transition to the use of alternative filtration technologies.

Agenda - download the agenda

1. Chairman’s welcome and safety briefing

Phil Rugen, EI Aviation Fuel Filtration Committee

2. Transition to alternative into-plane filtration technologies - An airline perspective

Andreas Schmidt, Lufthansa Technik AG

3. Transition to alternative into-plane filtration technologies - An engine OEM perspective

Alasdair Hobday, Rolls-Royce

4. Supporting the industry transition to alternative technologies

 Martin Hunnybun, EI

5. Overview of industry field evaluation process

Antonis Christodoulakis, JIG on behalf of A4A/CSA/IATA/JIG

 Refreshment break and exhibit viewing

6. Introduction to EI 1550 3rd edition

Phil Rugen, EI Aviation Fuel Filtration Committee

7. Controlling electrostatic charging of fuel by into-plane filtration

Harold Walmsley, Harold Walmsley Electrostatics

8. New developments in two-inch filter/water separator systems

Marcus Wildschütz, FAUDI Aviation

9. Experience of operating two-inch filter/water separator systems

Representatives from Istanbul Airport

Lunch and exhibit viewing

10. EI 1599 dirt defence filtration combined with EI 1598 electronic water sensor

Facet overview of DDF qualification and DDF+AFGUARD robustness testing

FAUDI overview of DDF qualification and DDF+AFGUARD robustness testing

11. Industry field trial of dirt defence filtration combined with EI 1598 electronic water sensor – what has been learned so far?

Antonis Christodoulakis, JIG on behalf of A4A/CSA/IATA/JIG

Refreshment break and exhibit viewing

12. EI 1588 water barrier filtration

Andy Dye, Facet, Filtration Group Corporation

Lewis Wolfe, Parker Hannifin

13. New concept filtration systems in development

Andy Dye, Facet, Filtration Group

Marcus Wildschütz, FAUDI Aviation?

14. Conclusion and next steps

Phil Rugen, EI Aviation Fuel Filtration Committee

-        EI statement regarding 1583 and current qualifications

-        Filter OEMs to comment on monitor phase-out

-        A4A/CSA/IATA/JIG statement regarding future changes to operating standards

Q&A

18.00-19.30 evening reception and exhibit viewing

 

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