Trisoft Wingtip/Prop Tip Covers

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Part# 13-06003
MFR Model# T100


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Trisoft Aircraft Covers Can Be Used As a Safety and Warning Device on Prop Tips The prop tips of an aircraft have proven to be a very dangerous area for aircraft personnel.

Just place the aircraft covers on the prop tips to warn and protect personnel working or walking around an aircraft. Trisoft is a simple foam triangular cover that slips onto the corners of the prop tips, gear doors, wing flaps (in the lowered position), wing tips, and dorsal antennas, protecting aircraft personnel and aircraft during maintenance, pre-flight checks, cleaning, etc.

Trisoft can be used on personal aircraft, corporate aircraft, commercial aircraft, military aircraft and helicopters.
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August 4, 2022


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Q: Is the price for the Trisoft Wingtip / Prop Tip covers listed for a single cover or a pair?

This is listed as a single cover with RBF flags attached.

Q: What secures them in place from the wind?

Our covers are really meant for inside the hanger. If they are coming off because of cross wind in the hangar then Aircraft grade tape. We have several customers that just use a few pieces to keep them in place. Usually only need tape for the trailing edge covers.

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