GENERAL OVERVIEW

The F-15 Tail Maintenance Stand is one of the most unique fall protection platform stands ever designed for the F-15 aircraft. By offering unparalleled combinations of maneuverability, fall protection, and storage, the F-15 Tail Maintenance Stands allow for maintenance crews to accomplish a wide variety of tasks on the tail of the aircraft.

DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE F-15 TAIL SECTION

Our engineers worked specifically with maintenance personnel of the USAF to develop and design a customized fall protection stand for the F-15 tail section. Every aspect of the platform including it’s ruggedness allows users to gain work efficiency by bringing the electricity, compressed air, and storage space to the platform. We’ve verified not only through Finite Element Analysis but proof load testing that each design is properly rated.

MANEUVERABILITY AND STORAGE

The F-15 Tail Maintenance Stand has ample room for storage of various pneumatic and power tools and even aircraft parts. This customized F-15 Tail Maintenance Stand is manufactured with steel construction and is easily maneuvered by 1-2 personnel because of its polyurethane coated casters. The tough iron core of the casters and its unique design allows it to be fully transported by truck and easily set up in by personnel.

FALL PROTECTION AND OSHA COMPLIANCE

The guardrails provide fall protection and OSHA compliant safety. All of the walking surfaces are equipped with antislip surfaces to help minimize any slips or falls. The individually operated extension sliders equipped with rubber padding allow for the user to custom fit each stand to the aircraft. The F-15 Tail Maintenance Stand is one of the most sturdiest designs on the market. It’s made to withstand the beating that maintenance personnel dish out! 

WARRANTY

We stand behind our products with a 1 year warranty. Each fall protection stand also comes equipped with an Operator’s and Maintenance Manual that describes how to properly operate and care for your stand.

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