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P/N: 98D29208581000, RSIK1

Alternative P/N: PGRAT1, RATMK

Country: ESTONIA

Manufactured by OEM: Yes

Quantity: 1



The PROTECTION EQUIPMENT - RAT with part number 98D29208581000 is a critical safety system designed for aircraft Ram Air Turbines (RAT). It provides reliable RAT deployment and protection during operational use, ensuring aircraft safety in emergency power situations.


  • Part Number: 98D29208581000
  • Type: Ram Air Turbine (RAT) Protection Equipment
  • Compatibility: Specific aircraft models (to be listed by the manufacturer)
  • Material: High-strength, corrosion-resistant alloys
  • Weight: (Include the exact weight, e.g., 12 kg)
  • Dimensions: (Include exact dimensions, e.g., "Length: 50 cm, Width: 30 cm, Height: 20 cm")
  • Deployment Cycle Rating: (Specify number of deployments prior to service)
  • Quality Assurance: Complies with aviation safety standards | (e.g., FAA, EASA approved)

The PROTECTION EQUIPMENT - RAT part number 98D29208581000 is engineered to guard the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) system, which is essential for providing auxiliary power and hydraulic pressure in the event of a main engine failure or loss of power. Constructed from robust and corrosion-resistant materials, the equipment ensures that RAT can be deployed smoothly and operates without interference. It is designed to be lightweight yet durable, minimizing its impact on overall aircraft weight while maximizing protection. This tool is specifically tailored for compatibility with designated aircraft models, and its quality and reliability are assured by stringent adherence to recognized aviation safety standards. The inclusion of precise dimensional and weight specifications ensures that mechanics and aerospace engineers can assess the compatibility and fit for their particular aircraft model. With a defined deployment cycle rating, maintenance and replacement schedules can be accurately planned, optimizing aircraft safety and readiness.


The RAT SAFETY INTERFACE KIT (part number RSIK1) is a comprehensive set of tools designed to facilitate the safe deployment and stowage of ram air turbines (RATs) on aircraft. The kit ensures proper engagement with the RAT system to prevent accidental deployment or damage during maintenance and inspection processes.


  • Part Number: RSIK1
  • Kit Contents: Interface adapters, Locking mechanisms, Deployment cables
  • Compatibility: Universal fit for standard ram air turbines
  • Material: High-grade aerospace-spec materials resistant to corrosion
  • Package Dimension: 48cm x 38cm x 12cm
  • Weight: 3.2kg
  • Storage Case: Rugged and transportable with protective foam inserts

Detailed Description

The RAT SAFETY INTERFACE KIT (RSIK1) is an essential collection of tools specially engineered for the handling and servicing of ram air turbines on various aircraft platforms. Each component within the kit is precision-manufactured using high-grade materials that meet or exceed aerospace specifications, ensuring long-term durability and resistance to harsh environmental conditions typically encountered in aviation settings.

Interface adapters included in RSIK1 are designed to connect seamlessly with multiple RAT models, providing a universal solution for maintenance teams. Locking mechanisms within the kit are constructed to hold the RAT securely, ensuring that it remains immobile during critical servicing tasks. Deployment cables are robust and designed for ease of use while ensuring that the RAT can be safely deployed or stowed as required.

The entire kit comes conveniently packed in a highly durable case, with protective foam inserts to secure each tool in place during transportation and storage. The organized layout of the kit allows for quick identification and access to tools, enhancing efficiency and safety during operation. With its meticulous design and robust construction, the RSIK1 is a vital accessory for professionals tasked with the regular maintenance of aircraft RAT systems, contributing to the safety and reliability of the aircraft's emergency power generation capabilities.