Rampmaster manufacturers Modular Aircraft Refuelers in sizes ranging from 1,000 to 17,500 gallon capacity. The trucks represent a life cycle solution to Refueling trucks, the tanks and pumping systems can be used over and over again by replacing the chassis when it wears out. This eliminates the need to buy complete refuelers in the future. Rampmaster also offers hydrant truck solutions along with a Regenerator that fuels aircraft without the need for fossil fuels, no engine or transmission. (A truly green solution to fueling.)
Rampmaster, the premier manufacturer of aircraft refuelers for the worldwide aviation market, has received the final testing report from West Virginia University's Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions (CAFEE) confirming that an aircraft...
AIR BP Aviation Services
1790 16th Street SE
Salem, OR 97302
Scott Fowler, Marketing Manager
Air BP is a global marketer of aviation fuels...
Rampmaster's patented Engine Management System features engine-contolled pump modules that reduce engine rpm - saving fuel and emissions. No more complex venturi or control valves to purchase or maintain. Fuel economy up 40 percent. Engine wear down 46...
Rampmaster's BetaTec Auto Electric Multigate, 750 GPM Rampcart runs on auto electric power, which means no plug-in recharging of batteries needed; no EPA emissions; no starting problems; and no piston engine repair. Rampmaster means total electric...
The Rampmaster LowPro 10,000 gallon truck is the latest in cutting edge refueling technology. The 10,000 gallon LOW-PRO means more. More maneuverability - 43 foot turning radius More utility - low enough to fit under Airbus A320s More traction - for...
The Rampmaster Regenerator regenerates its own power, eliminates recharging downtime and the cost of charging islands. It does not burn fossil fuels, is zero emission environmentally friendly and is able to serve multiple gates. It has a 24/7 Internet...
Fixed Base Operators offer a look inside the day-to-day business
of customer service on the general aviation side of the airport ramp, reports
is an FBO? Depends on who you ask, but the acronym can stand...
By Trevor Johnson
Johnson serves as director of the International Currency Exchange
(ICE) Plc, a UK-based firm with over 30 years experience in providing
foreign currency. ICE has some 200 branches across Europe and North
America and is...
Boyce , Contributing Editor
Refueler manufacturers are as puzzled as FBOs, airports, and other interested parties by the EPA's apparent insistence that fuel delivery vehicles are storage containers when stationary and require secondary...
ATA SPEC 103
Determining what it does and does not intend to do
By Lindsay M. Hitch, Assistant
"Standard for Jet Fuel Quality Control at Airports," commonly
known as ATA 103, sets guidelines for the safe...