ToughGuard-Aero / Applications

Efficiency Never Goes Out of Style

Across the spectrum of aviation, ToughGuard-Aero® makes dollars and sense

Aircraft applications

Corporate / Business

An extension of success, the appearance of your corporate aircraft says a lot about how your run your business. ToughGuard-Aero® keeps you looking good and helps you preserve the value of your investment while operating more efficiently.

Commercial Aviation

Because of a competitive operating environment, commercial aircraft must realize dollar savings and brand enhancing benefits with every leg segment. ToughGuard-Aero® delivers a competitive advantage in fuel savings and durable aesthetics.

Private / Sport

When you’re out to win, there’s no substitute for operating with the best products on the market! ToughGuard-Aero® is the brand when second best is not good enough.

Military / Government

The rigors of demanding military flight operations can be tough on long-lasting efficiency programs for these mission specific aircraft, but then again, there’s a reason our products are so named, “ToughGuard-Aero®!”

Rotary Wing

Rotary wing aircraft accumulate contaminants from low altitude operations and sooty engine build-up. ToughGuard-Aero® remedies both with our “JOLT” carbon cleaning agent followed by our Step “1” and Step “2” protective coatings.


Often operating in demanding conditions with extended loiter times, UAVs represent a unique platform where the positive effects from enhanced aerodynamic efficiency can really make a difference.


Turboprops also represent a real aesthetic challenge because of telltale turbine exhaust buildup. Hard to clean skin-rivets and paint are no match for our Step “0” agent and our Step “1” and “2” process creates a barrier that makes future maintenance easy.


Lighter than air vehicles pose a particular aerodynamic challenge because of their massive total surface-area. ToughGuard-Aero® smoothes surface friction and facilitates surface maintenance so that these large aircraft also enjoy greater operating efficiencies.

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