ASP
Aircraft Insecticide

ASP Aircraft Insecticide is a non-flammable aircraft insecticide formulated according to WHO recommendations and based on the active substance permethrin. It is used for pre-flight cabin disinsection according to WHO recommended ‘Pre-flight’ or ‘Pre-embarkation’ disinsection procedures. The environmental impact of Aero-Sense aircraft insecticide is over 1,000 times lower than that of the market alternatives and is the only product available that is fully compliant with the European regulation on fluorinated greenhouse gases.

  • Made in the EU

  • Non-flammable

  • WHO recommended formulation

  • Lowest Global Warming Potential

  • EU F-gas regulation compliant

Product info
Brand
Aero-Sense
Available in

40 g one-shot / multi-shot
60 g one-shot / multi-shot
100 g one-shot / multi-shot

Certification

AMS 1450

Application

Spray ratio: 35 g/100m³.

General info

Formulated in accordance with WHO recommendations.

one-shot multi-shot actuator

1R-TRANS PHENOTHRIN FOR THE EU

DID YOU KNOW?

* Permethrin based aircraft insecticides are forbidden in the EU. Their registration under the European Biocidal Product Regulation is no longer possible.

THE ENVIRONMENTAL ALTERNATIVE

HFO-1234ZE

Aero-Sense exclusively uses Honeywell propellant Solstice® HFO-1234ze for its entire aircraft insecticides range. This propellant is a ‘Fourth Generation Refrigerant’, specifically designed by Honeywell to meet 21st century demands. Honeywell has been at the forefront of every major development of fluorocarbon refrigerants technology. As the world seeks new solutions with lower global warming potential, Honeywell delivers again, this time with its Solstice® brand of hydrofluoroolefins (HFOs), a family of unique products that offers comparable performance to today’s most widely used stationary and mobile refrigerants, blowing agents and aerosol propellants. However, unlike their more common counterparts, the molecular structure of Solstice products lowers their atmospheric lifetimes, which means they are significantly lower on the global warming potential (GWP) index.