Built in 2007 this AS9100C certified facility is recognized as one of the finest aircraft paint facilities in North America, serving more than 300 aircraft per year for a diverse Commercial, Military, OEM and VIP customers. With a workforce of approximately 150 employees, the facility operates 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Vice President Operations North America
13600-13730 Phantom W, Victorville, CA 92394, USA 760-246-1651
2 Wide Body Hangars up to B747-8 2 Narrow Body Hangars up to B757-200 without Winglets
United, American, Alaska, Mesa, Boeing SC & EDC Production
Fire suppression consists of AFFF foam cannons and deluge. SCLA Airport Fire Station is located 0.25 miles from the facility 3 min response time. The air filtration system circulates the total air in the hangars every 8.5 minutes. This results in excellent airflow across the aircraft, thus removing overspray and airbourne particles. Additionally, the hangars are equipped with infra red heating directed at all portions of the aircraft, including fuselage, wings, horizontal stabilizer and vertical stabilizer. Humidity can also be added to the environment if necessary.
The air filtration system circulates the total air in the hangars every 8.5 minutes. This results in excellent airflow across the aircraft, thus removing overspray and airbourne particles.
Hazardous Waste Disposal
The hangar has a “closed loop” drainage system and hazardous water is collected and shipped to licensed hazardous disposal sites. Paint & stripper solid waste is also collected and disposed of using certified hazardous waste carriers and disposal companies.
The hangar is secured by “badge only” entry access and orders the AOA at SCLA which is patrolled regularly. Unescorted or non-badge access is strictly forbidden.