Which aircraft is AeroJet compatible with?

AeroJet tends to be used in any aircraft where the customer requests the additive fuel system icing inhibitor (FSII). This additive is mandated for use in:

  • business jets; and
  • turbine helicopters.

Shell AeroJet benefits

Prevents ice formation

Shell AeroJet uses FSII, an approved additive that dramatically lowers the freezing point of water, preventing ice formation. It also creates an environment that discourages the growth of microbiological organisms.

Prevents exposure to harmful vapours

Shell Aviation doses FSII via inline injection that ensures accurate dosing and good mixing of FSII with the fuel. The major advantage of Shell AeroJet over pressure-fed cans and other dosage systems is the assurance your fuel has been dosed with the additive at exactly the correct rate, every time, without any exposure to harmful vapours.

Where is Shell AeroJet available?

Shell AeroJet is currently available in the following countries:

  • Canada; and
  • Brazil.

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