Supporting cost-effective helicopter operations around the world
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Safe Helicopter Refueling Choices
SEI Industries Ltd. has been providing helicopter operators with portable fuel systems, fuel transport tanks and secondary containment options for more than 25 years. Designed specifically to support helicopter operations, these products are ideal for remote site refuel operations and static fuel caches.
- The Fuel-Easy™ is a slung load bulk fuel tank made for most sizes of helicopters. It’s easy to use, durable and fits into two carry bags when empty for transport.
- SEI offers a series of portable electric Heli-Pumps™ that can be used for remote site aircraft refueling.They come complete as turnkey systems with everything needed to draw fuel from drums to static tanks.
- SEI’s Arctic King™, Desert King™ and Jungle King™ series of collapsible fuel tanks are ideal for harsh environments and can be deployed in extreme weather. They have a longer life cycle than traditional US military specification tanks and can easily be decommissioned and reused.
SEI has years of experience engineering and manufacturing custom liquid solutions for aviation companies all over the world. We utilize our standard products like the Terra Tank, Fuel-Easy, pump systems and secondary containment systems to develop turnkey solutions to meet specific client requirements.
We also offer a dedicated team of field support representatives (FSRs), mechanics and field engineers to assist during the entire life of the project including installation, inspection, repair and decommissioning.
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