MALMS  provides airports with all the equipment, training and services necessary to establish an effective, efficient and compliant AGL maintenance strategy.

Developed from a UK Civil Aviation Authority research program, MALMS  caters for all photometric, mechanical and electrical aspects of airfield lighting and enables airports to demonstrate compliance with airport regulations.

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Proven Compliance

MALMS  is unique in offering a comprehensive ‘best practice’ range of products and services in line with ICAO, FAA and UK CAA recommendations.

Reduced Risk

MALMS  is the only effective means of determining serviceability and safety of airfield lighting as recommended by ICAO, FAA and UK CAA.

Track Record

MALMS  is the world's leading supplier of airfield lighting photometric test systems and services providing more than 50% of the systems in use today.

Maintenance Strategy

MALMS Mobile Photometric Test System

Photometric Testing

We have a full range of photometric test systems that are accurate, easy to use and reliable: Mobile for in-field testing, Transverse for rapid testing of light bars and Workshop for testing of repaired lights.

MALMS Torque

Mechanical Engineering

A critical factor affecting AGL performance is contamination. To combat this we use: Cleaner for fast and effective cleaning of airfield light lenses, and Engineer and Torque for scheduling and recording lighting maintenance.

MALMS Service and support

Service & Support

We have developed a range of services, training and consultancy activities that can help airports significantly improve the performance of their new or installed airfield lighting systems.

MALMS Mobile and Workshop

The Complete Solution

MALMS  provide a complete range of solutions necessary to effectively and efficiently maintain compliant airfield lighting.

We've enhanced airfield lighting at
over 200 airports around the world

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