The ADEN 30 mm gun is a gas operated, electrically primed revolver type gun , that has continuously been improved and updated since it’s conception in the early 1950’s.
The compact nature of this self-powered cannon makes it an attractive option for relatively simple on-aircraft installation, whether considered for an under slung pod, under fuselage blister or interior fuselage carriage.
Mounting of the gun is possible at any angle through 360 degrees on the longitudinal axis to suit specific aircraft installation requirements. Both left and right hand feed versions are available.
AEI manufactures the complete ADEN 30 mm gun , all support equipment and conducts proof and acceptance testing.
AEI offers its customers full logistical, technical and spares support. The expertise within the company enables AEI to offer the highest level of product support essential for the efficient and effective operational role demanded of the equipment.
This includes every aspect of the gun and its interfacing equipment and gauges from technical queries and advice to gun refurbishment. In the latter case each component is critically examined and, where necessary, replaced by new components prior to rebuild, proof and test firing, as required. Refurbishment is carried out in accordance with BAE Systems approved specifications and is offered as a service to our customers worldwide.
AEI’s high inventory levels of shelf spares and a computerised information system guarantee fast order processing including an AOG service and a minimum turnaround time. Which combine to give AEI a justifiable reputation for customer service and satisfaction.
AEI offers the full range of tools, gauges and support equipment which are generally available from stock.
Customers complete guns or components are refurbished/rebuilt/serviced in AEI’s modern plant incorporating the latest sophisticated techniques. All machining and fabrication is carried out to the highest standard in accordance with our BS EN ISO 9001:2008 approval. All weapons/components undergoing refurbishment are put through the following procedures: