Mannino Enterprises 30鈥?x 16鈥?Rubber Airplane Refueling Wing Mat

Mannino Enterprises 30鈥?x 16鈥?Rubber Airplane Refueling Wing Mat

Mannino Enterprises 30鈥?x 16鈥?Rubber Airplane Refueling Wing Mat

Are you tired of dealing with scratches, leaks, and fuel spills during airplane refueling? Look no further than Mannino Enterprises’ Rubber Airplane Refueling Wing Mat. Measuring 30 inches by 16 inches, this durable mat is designed to protect your aircraft’s wings and prevent any mishaps during the refueling process.

Key Features

Scratch & Leak Prevention

The rubber material of the mat provides a protective layer that prevents scratches on the wings and also acts as a barrier against fuel leaks.

Aviation Pad for Wing Protection

Designed specifically for aviation use, this mat serves as a reliable pad to protect the delicate wings of your airplane.

Leak Absorbing Cushion

In the event of a fuel spill, the mat absorbs the liquid, preventing it from spreading and causing further damage.

Aircraft Fueling Mat

Whether you own a small private plane or a commercial aircraft, this refueling wing mat is suitable for all types of airplanes.


  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Provides a secure grip on the tarmac
  • Compact and portable for easy storage


Is the mat suitable for all weather conditions?

Yes, the rubber material is resistant to various weather conditions, making it suitable for use in different environments.

Can the mat be customized for different airplane sizes?

At Mannino Enterprises, we offer customization options to ensure the mat fits the specific dimensions of your aircraft.

How does the mat prevent fuel leaks?

The rubber material creates a tight seal around the wings, preventing any fuel from seeping through.


Investing in a high-quality refueling wing mat is essential for the safety and maintenance of your airplane. Mannino Enterprises’ 30鈥?x 16鈥?Rubber Airplane Refueling Wing Mat offers the perfect solution for scratch and leak prevention, providing peace of mind during the refueling process.

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