|Details: A Boeing 747gains 20 lbs of dirt on a trans-atlantic flight. This creates a great level of surface roughness that increases a drag and therefore causes to consume more
fuel. Unwashed airplanes can experience up to 1.0% increase in drag. When you drywash/wettwash, you don't just wash the surface, you anti-static it with a dirt repellant making it more difficult for the dirt and grit to adhere.
- Fuel savings calculations are based on annual average of 0.75% fuel reduction (from studies that have shown 0.5 to 1.5% from drywashing)
- Reduction of Co2 emissions per year, based on aircraft size average per year. (due to reduction in aerodynamic drag)
- Water savings calculations are based on average consumption of water used per aircraft type.
What would be the total savings for your company?
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