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Supporting the manufacturing and inspection of cutting-edge aircraft

The Challenges

Today’s aviation industry features a whole host of aircraft that feature cutting-edge technologies. To ensure passengers can enjoy safe and comfortable flights, every aspect is scrutinized and prioritized, from the manufacture of the aircraft themselves right down to the final screw. The requirements for the hoisting equipment used in this industry are just as stringent, whether looking at function, operability, or safety.

How KITO Meets the Challenge

Whether used in aviation manufacturing facilities, where they assist in the manufacture of aircraft wings, to aviation maintenance facilities, KITO products play their part in the aviation industry by assisting in the efficient loading, transportation, and unloading of materials and equipment.
For example, we designed and developed a transfer crane for a plant that maintains jet engines. This crane is used to transfer 7-ton engines that are 4 meters long and 3 meters wide from crane to crane, without touching the ground. Moreover, super-low-speed electric chain hoists with servo motors help enhance the efficiency and accuracy of engine component assembly for fine and complex parts.


KITO Belt Lashings used to secure aircraft components.


A KITO Chain Sling 100 used to lift an aircraft component.


The crane system and hoisting equipment used to transport a jet engine.


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