We ship our flight simulators all over the world. But it is extremely important to pack these valuable products very carefully to ensure they are not damaged during transport.
A static simulator cabin like the TRC 472FG, including computer system fits easily in one box. Another box is used for the 180 degree visual system. Unfortunately this does not apply to a full motion system like the TRC 472FGM. After we have built the system and tested it for a period of time, we have to take the system apart, since the motion platform and the enclosure, including the cabin, are being boxed seperatly to fit in a shipping container.
The boxed TRC 472FGM in these pictures will be transported to Australia. This means the “wooden boxes” must undergo an ISPM 15 treatment before we can ship them out. The wooden parts of the boxes will undergo a heat treatment as the wood needs to be heated until its core reaches 56 °C for at least 30 minutes. Its main purpose is to prevent the international transport and spread of disease and insects that could negatively affect plants or ecosystems.
Once the boxes arrive at the location of the client, we will reassemble all parts to make it one beautiful full motion flight simulator, based on a Cessna 172. After reassembling the parts, we will train the local staff in how to operate and how to maintain the simulator. If you want more information about our systems and on site installation and training by TRC Simulators, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.