TOPCAST, Conidia Bioscience expand distribution deal for FUELSTAT

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BoseTopcast Aviation Supplies (TOPCAST), which specialises in aircraft parts distribution and MRO services, announced the expansion of its distribution agreement with Conidia Bioscience. Under the new agreement, TOPCAST will be an approved distributor in commercial aviation and supporting MRO organisations in addition to business and general aviation for the Asia-Pacific and Americas regions for the FUELSTAT system.

FUELSTAT Resinae Plus (FHR8-2 & HR2-011) test kit is a rapid on-site solution for detecting microbiological contamination manufactured by Conidia Bioscience. By applying the advanced technology, FUELSTAT can reduce microbiological testing from days to minutes compared to more traditional methods, and as such, aids swifter operational decision making. FUELSTAT is listed as a recommended product by IATA, approved by JIG, and in compliance with ASTM D8070.

“The expanded partnership is a testament to the sound collaboration between the two companies. We are very pleased to expand our agreement with Conidia Bioscience after one month of partnership to deliver high quality and cutting-edge technology solutions to a wider market,” said Kasper Tranberg, director of Business Development (EMEA) of TOPCAST.

Founded in the early 2000s by experts in immunoassay techniques, Conidia Bioscience supports the development, manufacture and supply of fuel tests into aviation, marine and land diesel sectors. FUELSTAT is a simple test to detect microbes that thrive, damage fuels, and provide on-site results in 15 minutes. In conjunction with the complimentary FUELSTAT result mobile application, results can be instantly verified for a detailed electronic, paperless report.

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