Satair Customers Worldwide Get Access to Airbus' Drain Mast System

Satair takes over the full distribution and aftermarket product support activities for all Airbus drain mast products in North and South America as well as the Middle East.


From April 15 Satair will add all Airbus’ drain mast products to its world leading portfolio covering North and South America and the Middle East. Satair is already in charge of distribution and repair of the product line in Europe, Asia Pacific and China.

The function of the drain mast system is to remove waste water from the lavatory sinks and galley drains while keeping the water from freezing along the aircraft belly.

“Satair will offer customers seamless logistics; with access to the products they need when and where they need it,” says Martin Adnoff, Director, Business Development “With Satair as a distributor the customers will have access to all components of the Airbus drain mast system from our worldwide distribution network, including access to e-Ordering via Satair Direct, and full high level service at all hours all days.”

The Airbus drain mast system consists of an electronically heated drain tube housed within an aerodynamically shaped drain mast that removes the waste water. Depending on type an aircraft will usually have 2-3 drain masts located on the underside of the plane. This location however makes drain masts prone to damage as they often gets heated or hit by vehicles.

All Airbus drain mast parts are supplied with a Quality Certificate.


About Satair

Satair is among the world leaders in sales and distribution of spares for aircraft maintenance and provides a range of services that reduce costs in the supply chain. Satair is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Airbus SAS. Headquartered in Denmark, Satair provides services to customers and suppliers all over the globe through its sales and warehousing locations in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and China. Satair has around 400 employees worldwide annual revenues of USD 482 million in 2012. For more information please visit www.satair.com

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