Inspection Process

Both RS-400 and RS-500 models can be equipped with an inspection camera as an option. We offer multiple solutions for inspection purposes, so please contact us for further information about the options available.

Models with this feature: RS-400, RS-500

The Process



MSG Inspection 01
Entire airplane body inspected by high-resolution cameras to look for dents, nicks, etc.



MSG Inspection 02
All data is recorded, stored and delivered to aircraft owner.



MSG Inspection 03
The next time the same airplane is inspected, a comparison with the previous inspection data will be made.
The electric aircraft tug pulls the aircraft through the wash or de-icing cycle guided by a radar-based system for exact positioning.


Today’s methods for de-icing and washing of aircraft are time-consuming and sometimes hard to predict.

With the Multi Solution Gate, a de-icing process is completed in just a few minutes regardless of weather conditions. This gives the airlines, airport authorities, and ultimately, the passengers, improved predictability in departure times.

The Multi Solution Gate offers a gentler cleaning process than traditional methods, resulting in less wear to the aircraft paint and a reduction in the need for expensive repainting downtime. A complete exterior wash of an aircraft is performed in approximately 20 minutes, depending on the aircraft model. Easier access and higher throughput allow airlines to increase their washing frequencies. Flying clean airplanes reduces overall drag, which in turn reduces fuel consumption. The aircraft also looks better!

With the Multi Solution Gate, all de-icing and washing is done in a covered facility with closed loop systems significantly reducing the possibility of discharges into the surrounding environment. The majority of all spent fluids are collected and available for a variety of recycling options.

Airlines are well aware of the fact that clean aircraft use less fuel. The speed and easy access using the Multi Solution Gate washing system will allow airlines to increase washing frequencies of their aircraft. In addition to substantial cost savings, the system helps the aviation industry with its goal of continuing to reduce its environmental footprint.

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Compared to traditional de-icing methods, there is a minimal amount of equipment movement needed around the aircraft. De-icing and anti-icing processes are fully compliant with industry regulations. Final aircraft inspection takes place in a covered, well-lit environment. Our data recording system provides thorough records for de-icing and washing processes, which can be directly provided to the customer for their quality information systems.