Airline and Military favorite adding approvals in General Aviation
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 2015: iCloth Avionics announces three Affiliate Partners that endorse iCloth to keep displays clean and touchscreens responsive; free samples available
Devonshire Industries, makers of the iCloth Avionics screen cleaning wipes touted as the must-have tool for the NextGen flight deck, has recently reached Affiliate Partnership agreements with two avionics original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and a software company.
The small and versatile premoistened iCloth Avionics wipes are sealed and packaged individually, making iCloth ideal for inclusion in customer packages, so end users become familiar with this recommended cleaning system on their new high-end displays. OEMs benefit from shipping their displays with an approved product, knowing their screens will be cleaned safely and effectively, thereby reducing potential problems of screens being damaged by improper cleaning methods.
“Avidyne recommends the iCloth as a great way to keep your IFD540 & IFD440 hybrid touch screens clean and smudge-free. We recommend iCloth for all your other Avidyne displays as well,” says Tom Harper, Marketing Director at Avidyne Corporation.
“We recommend the iCloth Avionics brand as the surest way to keep Dynon Avionics screens residue and smudge-free,” said David DeLong, Customer Manager, Dynon Avionics.
“As the pilot for Seattle Avionics, I fly with up to 8 iPads while flight testing our FlyQ EFB app. I use iCloth to keep the iPads’ touchscreens responsive to touch input,” says Keith Russo, Vice President, Seattle Avionics.
iCloth Avionics is available for purchase from a number of Resellers, through the company’s webstore, and through several B2B Distributors, all of which can be found on www.iClothAvionics.com.
iCloth wipes meet or exceed requirements set by Boeing, Bombardier, Cessna, the United States Air Force and Navy, CMC Esterline Electronics as well as Air Canada, Delta and Southwest among others. In other words, it’s safe for use on GA screens, keypads, and devices. In the independent press, iCloth Avionics was recently positively reviewed by both General Aviation News and AOPA LIVE (video).
They really work: to date, over 10,000,000 wipes have been sold to pilots and the aerospace industry for use on untold thousands of electronic displays.
To obtain your free sample, visit www.iClothAvionics.com and register for the current product sampling program. EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2015 attendees may also receive a sample when visiting these partner booths.
[Avidyne: 477 or C-3130; Dynon: 496 or D-4034-35; Seattle Avionics: C-3089]
About Avidyne Corporation
Avidyne Corporation is a market leader in the design and manufacturing of integrated avionics systems for general aviation (GA) aircraft. Avidyne specializes in integrated instruments, flight displays, VHF and GPS-based navigation, communication, and data link transceivers, digital flight control systems, as well as a range of ADS-B, traffic detection and weather detection sensors.
About Dynon Avionics
Dynon Avionics designs, manufactures and distributes a growing line of affordable glass cockpit avionics. Dynon utilizes the very latest state-of-the-art technologies to create modern avionics products with an emphasis on lowering prices and enhancing reliability.
Dynon Avionics’ products are designed for aircraft in the Experimental & Light Sport Aircraft categories. The most popular implementation is among aviation enthusiasts who design, build, and fly their own aircraft as a form of recreation.
About Seattle Avionics Software
Beginning with the award-winning Voyager Flight Software System for Windows, the company then expanded into selling its brand of US and European aviation data, ChartData ™, to more than 20 major aviation companies worldwide like Bendix-King, Aspen, Dynon, and more. With the coming of the Apple iPad, the company invested heavily in getting ChartData into virtually every major app and portable device. Later, the company partnered with AOPA to create the #1 rated major aviation app for the iPad – FlyQ EFB.
About the iCloth:
Made of aerospace-grade DuPont™ Sontara® spunlaced nonwoven fabric (not paper), each individually-packaged iCloth wipe stays moist until you need it and contains a purified-water-based solution with a bit of isopropyl alcohol and proprietary ingredients (no ammonia, no ethyl alcohol, no harsh damaging chemicals) to cut fingerprints, grease, and smears. It will safely clean and lift away gunk from EFIS, IFE, smartphones, tablets, other handheld devices and eyewear — drying streak-free.
Available to General Aviation:
The iCloth is a big fan of GA and recently began sponsoring Steve Thorne and his fully immersive “Flight Chops” flying videos. To show its support, the company not only contributes to Flight Chops film productions but also participates in monthly contests and prize giveaways.
Distributor, reseller, and promotional programs are available, including special pricing options for Flight Schools. In a new and aggressive marketing push, iCloth Avionics now offers a free sampling program to all pilots, aircraft maintainers and owners on their website.