2020-2021 Teterboro Deicing Procedures

Click here for the General Deicing Procedures.

Click here for the Pilot Deicing Responsibilities.

Note: Pilots need to contact their respective FBOs to obtain specific Deicing Fluid manufacturer details.

FBO De/Anti-Icing Fluids/Mixtures and Protocols

Atlantic Aviation

GLYCOL TYPE I UCAR-PG
PRE‐MIXED FROM MANUFACTURER 55/45
APPLICATION TEMPERATURE 160°F AT NOZZLE

GLYCOL TYPE IV UCAR FLIGHTGUARD AD-49
PRE‐MIXED FROM MANUFACTURER 52.85/46.32

Jet Aviation

Please click below to view Jet Aviation’s De/Anti-Icing products/mixtures and protocols.

Meridian

Note: To ensure the safety of personnel and aircraft, deicing of aircraft while engines are running is not permitted. This includes APU. If aircraft auxiliary power is needed (cabin lighting, aircraft instrumentation, etc.) a ground power unit will be provided.  If there is a request to run an engine during deicing, it must be approved by management.Aircrafts will be brushed off prior to deicing upon request.

Glycol Fluid:

SAE AMS 1425/1 Propylene Glycol-Based Type I Fluid

Dow UCAR

PG Aircraft Deicing Fluids

Concentration – 55/45

Propylene Glycol Based Type IV Anti-Icing Fluid

Dow UCAR

FlightGuard AD-49

Signature Flight Support

Note: Given our operation/type we do not perform HOT (Engines ON) de-icing due to safety concerns. Engines must be off.

TYPE 1: UCAR-PG (DOW CHEMICAL)

MIXED 55/45

TYPE IV: FLIGHT GUARD AD-49

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