Transportation & Fuel Source Technology
Utilicraft Aerospace Implementing New Green Technology
Utilicraft Aerospace Industries, Inc, Officials of Utilicraft Aerospace announced today that the company has taken initiatives regarding the demands for more environmentally friendly aircraft by implementing its new Green Technology.
The Utilicraft Automatic Flat Rate System (AFRS) Patent, a company owned fuel-management product, has inherent environmental advantages. The AFRS allows the FF-1080 aircraft to operate with substantially more fuel efficiency than any other freight feeder aircraft in the world, reducing operator fuel consumption and operating cost, and consequently reducing fuel usage by 15% and CO exhaust gas emission by 40% below the FAA smoke requirements -- as the aircraft operates in the freight feed system -- making it environmentally friendly.
John J. Dupont, President and CEO of Utilicraft
stated, "The overall mission-specific freight feeder design of the Aircraft using state-of-the-art fuel efficient engines and quiet-props (reduces noise-pollution), combined with the Utilicraft patented AFRS fuel management system, makes the FF-1080 use less fuel than current freight feeder aircraft, 33% more fuel efficient than cargo trucks, and 15% below the fly-over noise level required by the FAA. The aircraft will also substantially reduce the number of trucks on our nation's highways. All of which will help contribute to the reduction of noise pollution and U.S. dependency on foreign oil, and will help to create a cleaner environment."
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