Aviation fuels, Emiliana Serbatoi at Eurosatory


Providing a reliable, safe, efficient and legally compliant solution for all aerial vehicles that require Avio fuel. Designing “tailor-made” solutions for vehicles in the defense sector, from land to small boats. This is what Emiliana Serbatoi can offer on defense and security issues, while the main international fair in this sector Eurosatory is taking place in Paris.

The event is held while numerous countries around the world are increasing their investments in defense and security: governments take the opportunity to adapt to the quota of 2 percent of the national GDP index that NATO members must allocate to military spending. The amount of resources that the European member states of NATO allocate to armies and war technologies per year is unavoidably destined to increase (last year 230 billion euros)

Among the various sectors of application of Emiliana Serbatoi products there is also the military one, for the supply of operational land, sea and air vehicles. In fact, the fixed and mobile fuel tank are so reliable and sturdy to find adequate application also in most delicate safety contexts, such as on-site refuelling of vehicles in operating stage.

It should be emphasized that the aviation sector, closely connected to the military one, is a priority for Emiliana Serbatoi, which is able to supply complete and high qualitative aviation refuelling systems designed to deliver fuel in a safe and uncontaminated way. Our technical department provides services from detailed drafting to customer specifications up to complex and technically challenging projects, including conceptual design. We can design and manufacture fuelling systems for any type of aviation fuel, as JET A1, JET B, AVGAS, JP-8, etc. and for any sector such as small airports, agriculture (aerial spraying), sport facilities, hospitals and medical transports, construction, firefighting, search and rescue, tourism, trainers and military uses.
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