Airports and heliports
Electric Heating Systems for Airports and Heliports
Usually crowded airports demand special solutions for the safety and comfort of their passengers during the winter. Not only should they provide comfort for travelers during long journeys, above all else, they must be safe for aircrafts, irrespective of any weather conditions. An apron should never be slippery, and all lines of the airstrip should be visible. Using electric heating systems for outdoor on aprons and airstrips protects them against ice and snow, and makes daily operation safer and easier.
Likewise, emergency heliports for hospitals have special safety and medical service requirements for patients. Such medical flights are served to save human lives. That’s why ensuring clear and dry landing places for helicopters is crucial. Electric heating solutions ensure the best possible conditions for short and safe take-off and landing, regardless of any weather conditions.
A number of international airports and local heliports are fitted out with our electric heating solutions, which secure flights and make them passible at any time.
There’re 45 000 airports in the world where runways need to be impeccably prepared regardless of weather conditions. Ice and Snow Melting systems installed during the renovation or construction ensure these ultimate demands.
Values and benefits of electric heating used for ice and snow melting:
- Efficient snow removal
- Safe traffic and working areas
- Flexible systems
- Protecting environment against salting and antifreeze damages
- Smart 2-zone control with low energy consumption
Facts about Electric Heating by Danfoss
Electric Heating by Danfoss is energy efficient and environmentally friendly meeting your needs in various applications. It enables you great comfort and convenience whilst ensuring user friendly solutions with lasting effect and highest quality standards.
Electric heating solutions are supported by legislations in key European countries. Directives that are coming in force in the biggest European markets give the green light to the trend: use eco-friendly systems and new materials ensuring energy saving.