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EI1550 - Essentials of Aviation Fuel Filtration

Bespoke Only

The bespoke training package offers: 

• Flexibility in content, depending on your requirements and delegates’ background

• Personalised case studies

• A more cost effective solution for larger groups of delegates

• The ability to deliver the course at a your own premises and at a time convenient to all delegates

Cost Per Course

EI member

  • 8000+VAT 

Non EI member

  • 10,000+VAT

Related Courses

> Aviation Jet Fuel


For more details on any of the training courses please contact Marjan Azodi in the EI training team on:

T: +44 (0)20 7467 7155


This two day technical training course delivers an essential guide to aviation fuel cleanliness monitoring and control. It provides critical information through practical and interactive instruction – based on the EI 1550 international standards handbook.

Key benefits

  • Gain practical knowledge of the equipment employed to ensure aviation fuel cleanliness from refinery to aircraft.
  • Support future revisions of the handbook by participating in the ongoing development of best practice in aviation fuel handling.
  • Discuss individual fuel cleanliness issues that you may have experienced with our expert instructor.
  • Go through a worked example of the methods involved in applying filtration equipment.
  • Have the opportunity to network with colleagues.

What does the workshop cover?

Day One 

  • Module 1: Fuel cleanliness
  • Module 2: Filtration and water separation

Day Two 

  • Module 3: Types of filter
  • Module 4: Procurement and applications
  • Module 5: Operational Issues
  • Module 6: Future developments

Who is this workshop for?

Senior project engineers, designers, regional managers, terminal/depot managers, supervisors and inspectors.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course you will:

  • Fully understand the filtration equipment used and problems that can occur during fuel handling activities.
  • Have confidence in your ability to safely and efficiently manage the maintenance and delivery of clean fuel to aircraft.
  • Be able to plan for future fuel handling needs, and know what to expect in the field in years to come.

Delegates will be provided with:

  • Tutor’s presentation notes.
  • Personal follow up with course tutor.