Crash Resistant Fuel Tanks

red and gold Papillon helicopter in the Grand Canyon

In a recent article by Vertical Magazine, StandardAero and Papillon Airways have signed an agreement to outfit 40 of their aircraft with crash resistant fuel tanks. Our revolutionary technology is cited as one of the main components to these crash resistant fuel tanks. The tank’s unique design features a robust crash-resistant fuel bladder, offering the…

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Jet Quality Fuel Readouts – Magnetic Field Fuel Sensing

magnetic resistive fuel sensor comparing CiES to an OEM version

David Tulis, Associate Editor Web/ePilot AOPA, has recently written a comprehensive article on CiES technology to increase aircraft safety with it’s patented magnetic resistive fuel senders. [CiES] partnered with Vector Aerospace [now StandardAero] and Robertson Fuel Systems, which designed a double-walled fuel tank and internal bladder for Airbus AS350 and EC130 helicopters. Philiben’s magnetic field…

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Bend Company Making Medevac Flights Safer – CiES Fuel Probes

cies fuel sensor technology in a test device

In an article by the Bend Bulletin, CiES was complimented on making helicopter flights safer due to their revolutionary fuel measuring technology in their CiES fuel probes. The CiES fuel probe is part of a crash-resistant fuel tank developed by Robertson Fuel Systems, of Tempe, Arizona, with Vector Aerospace [now StandardAero], a global company that…

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Aviation Consumer – April 2017

Aviation Consumer magazine cover April 2017

Aviation Consumer April 2017 CIRRUS SR22T G6: MORE STYLE AND AVIONICS “The SR22T’s fuel capacity is 93 gallons and fuel management is a no-brainer thanks to the range / endurance utility on the MFD. The navigation page tells you everything you need to know about your current fuel status, including the exact amount of fuel…

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Aviation Consumer – March 2017

Aviation Consumer March 2017 Fuel Gauges

Aviation Consumer March 2017 THE FUTURE LOOKS DIGITAL “The future of aircraft fuel gauges seems focused on magnetic senders with digital outputs like the technology found in CiES senders. They’re standard in some OEM applications and the STC list for retrofit is growing.”

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Flying Magazine – January 2017

Flying Magazine January 2017 Digital Fuel Senders

Flying Magazine January 2017 “Think your fuel gauges are unreliable? They don’t have to be. Newer types of digital sensor technology are bringing increased accuracy to fuel measurement, supplanting capacitive-type mechanical senders, which can provide unreliable readings. MEASURING FUEL MORE ACCURATELY “A saying in general aviation that has been around forever tells us we should…

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AOPA Pilot – May 2013

aopa pilot may 2013 magazine cover mockup

“Gone are the mechanical fuel quantity gauges that used to live next to the fuel selector between the two seats. Instead, new fuel-level senders with electronic fuel quantity data is displayed on-screen, providing far more precision than most mechanical fuel gauges. “The system helps keep fuel balanced between the left and right tank, periodically reminding…

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Flying Magazine – May 2013

Flying magazine May 2013 magazine mockup

Flying Magazine May 2013 Well this is a general aviation first – Recognition in the press or an editorial resulting from a flight utilizing our fuel level sending technology. When reading about all the very significant changes made for the new 2013 G5 Cirrus. You will see the mention of accurate fuel level – not…

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