More than a decade ago, Ron Kensey invented the first reflective aircraft sun shields that did not require Velcro or other fastners. His Kennon Sun Shields were an immediate sensation, and he's been on the leading edge of protective covers for aircraft ever since. We've used Ron's covers on our own aircraft for years, and are extremely proud to have Kennon Aircraft Covers as a sponsor of AVweb. You can order any of Kennon's covers and sun shields on-line and help support continued free access to AVweb and AVflash in the process.
Interviews with Ron Kensey of Kennon Aircraft Covers
Kennon's dust cover keeps dust, birds and bird droppings off your plane. Made from durable, tuff nylon oxford cloth, it's soft and light-weight. An elastic hem slips over the prop, wings, and tail. Use a yard stick to lift the cover over the antenna and tail. The cover is water repellant but is not designed to withstand wind.
The Suspension Storage System consists of 7 rings that attach to the steel beams of your hanger with nylon ties. One each at the nose, tail, and center of the cabin and on each wing tip. Attach the five lines to the cover and run them through the eyebolts overhead. Adjust the length of the lines and pull the bundle of cords to lift the cover as a unit, tie it off, then lower the cover when you're ready to install it. The cover stays clean because it never touches the floor.