Did you know that most aircraft engineers open turbine oil cans using improper tools?
Everyday around the world, aircraft engineers open thousands of turbine oil cans using a screwdriver, flat nosed pliers, Leatherman or a “church key”. These are sharp metal tools that will deposit debris of the tool and can material in the oil that eventually is poured into the aircraft turbine engine or hydraulic system.
When entering the oil system these metal shavings starts wearing down the internal moving parts of the engine or hydraulic system by creating less clearance than originally designed for. Using TheCanKey, certified to leave no trace of either can or opener in the oil, you will save costly engine repairs and minimize down time.
Ask for TheCanKey – The certified opener for turbine oil cans developed for the professional aircraft engineer.