Invicta: Latin adjective unconquered, unsubdued, invincible.
NO FAILURE MODES
NO MOVING PARTS
OFFERS UNCONQUERABLE PROTECTION FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF 14 CFR 25.981
Unconquerable Protection from Known and Unknown Ignition Sources
Jetaire’s Invicta Ignition Mitigation Technology (I2MT), is a proprietary Reticulated Polyurethane Foam Flammability Reduction System previously approved under Jetaire’s Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) ST03886AT (MD-87), ST03727AT (B727-100 Series) and most recently ST03450NY (B737) as proof of compliance with the aforementioned requirement.
When compared to gas inerting ignition suppression systems, Jetaire’s Invicta Ignition Mitigation Technology (I2MT), historically provides significant economy, simplicity and predictability when compared to On board Inerting Gas Suppression Systems (OBIGGS) or FTFS.
Jetaire INVICTA is Proven Technology
- Technology and method with 40+ year success record on military aircraft.
- Improved proprietary material over earlier military version.
- No interference with fuel system components.
- No interference with analog or digital fuel quantity indicating system.
- Enhanced weight and fuel saving compared with OEM offered solution.
- Negligible impact weight and balance.
- Proven in-service experience on multiple aircraft models.
INVICTA is Cost Effective
- 30% lower acquisition cost than the OEM solution.
- 90% benefit on Installing than the OEM Solution.
- 85% less out of service time to Install than OEM solution.
- Fleet intermix doesn’t present the usual problems as there is no crew training (flight or technician).
- No spare parts required for the expected life of the aircraft.
INVICTA is Maintenance Free
- Has no moving parts.
- Has no failure modes.
- Requires no scheduled maintenance activity.
- Invicta is a passive system.
- No moving parts/no failure modes.
- No special training.
- No spares required.
- System provides protection at all times (ground/flight).
- OEMs have active systems.
- Mechanical system-large number of moving parts.
- Periodic maintenance required.
- Maintenance, safety, operational training required.
- ASM units (filters) periodically changed at $100,000 per unit plus maintenance labor.
- Provides aircraft protection only when activated (not normally used in flight).