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International Airport Review June 2015

Brisbane Airport Corporation is aiming for the world's best practice in airfield ground lighting, and in doing so it has developed an award winning maintenance cycle which has improved both reliability and safety.

MALMS

MALMS was initially installed to improve the efficiency of airport lighting maintenance due to limited access time to the busy runways, but it was soon determined that there was also an improvement in safe work practices due to not having to remove suspect fittings, requiring less physical handling and reducing the risk of FOD being left on the flight strip. The BAC Airport Lighting team received the Australian Airport Association (AAA) Airport Safety Award - Major Airport - Queensland in 2014 for this initiative.

BAC AGL staff have been able to more efficiently and safely ensure that their runway lighting system is safe, serviceable and reliable with the use of MALMS .

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Inset or Elevated AGL

Transverse will measure most types of inset and elevated lighting including approach lighting up to 1.5m above ground.

Laboratory Testing

Workshop will quickly and accurately measure the photometric performance of light fittings before they are installed on the airfield.

Effective Cleaning

MALMS have engineered products to remove contamination from light fittings and protect lights from future build up.

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