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Each engine has its own anti-ice system, with an independent hot bleed air source. This bleed air comes:

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Two anti-ice valves on each engine enable the flow of hot air.

Each windows heating system:

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The cockpit windows (windshield and side windows) are electrically-heated.

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When the flight crew sets the WING ANTI ICE pb to ON, both wing anti-ice valves open. Each valve is electrically-controlled and pneumatically-actuated. The valve closes, if it loses its power supply.

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The water lines are automatically heated to prevent ice formation, which could lead to damage and or obstruction of the water lines.

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The wing anti-ice system has two control channels and two monitoring channels.

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What does it mean?

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The ice detection system has _____ that measure ice accretion. If there is icing, or severe icing conditions, the ice detectors provide this information to the flight crew.

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There is one ice detector on each side of the fuselage, on the lower part of the nose fuselage. Each ice detector has a probe that measures icing.

When the flight crew sets the WING ANTI ICE pb to ON, both wing anti-ice valves open. The wing anti-ice valves automatically close if the SAT is _____.

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If icing is not detected for approximately _____, and if wing anti-ice and/or engine anti-ice are on the ECAM displays the ICE NOT DETECTED memo.

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The aircraft drain masts are heated.

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On ground, when the WING ANTI ICE pb is set to ON, the wing anti-ice valves will open for approximately _____ (provided that bleed air is available from the engines, the APU or HP ground sources) and then will close.

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The rain repellent improves visibility in heavy rain conditions. This is done by spraying rain repellent fluid on the surface of the windshield.

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A RAIN RPLNT pb, on the left and on the right sides of the overhead panel, controls the application of repellent fluid on the respective Captain or First Officer's windshield.

The wipers should not be used when the speed is more than _____

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If a wiper is blocked when commanded on, the wiper actuator command is stopped, in order to preserve the wiper motor. The normal use of the wiper is recovered by switching the WIPER selector off then on again when the wiper is unblocked.

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The Captain and First Officer windshields have a:

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WING A-ICE INDICATION - What does it mean?

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If at least one ice detector detects icing conditions, and if engine anti-ice is off the ECAM triggers the A-ICE SEVERE ICE DETECTED alert.

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If at least one ice detector detects icing conditions, and if engine anti-ice is off the ECAM triggers the A-ICE ICE DETECTED alert. If at least one ice detector subsequently detects severe icing conditions, and if wing anti-ice is off: the ECAM triggers the A-ICE SEVERE ICE DETECTED alert.

There are two visual ice indicators outside the aircraft, on the lower part of the two windshield frames. They provide the flight crew with evidence of ice accretion. The visual ice indicators can be illuminated.

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During takeoff, the wing anti-ice valves will then automatically open when:

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What does this indication mean?

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It can also mean that the engine anti-ice system is failed on the applicable engine. Associated with the following ECAM alert A-ICE ENG 1(2) VLV CLOSED.

Pressing the RAIN RPLNT pb applies some repellent fluid on the windshield. More fluid can be added, by keeping the pushbutton on.

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Pressing the RAIN RPLNT pb applies some repellent fluid on the windshield. More fluid can be added, by releasing the pushbutton, and pressing it again.

Two anti-ice valves on each engine enable the flow of hot air. In the case the pressure regulating valve fails in open position:

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COCKPIT WINDOW HEATING - The heating system is fully automatic, and operates as soon as:

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Before engine start, the crew can manually activate the system, via the PROBE & WINDOW HEAT pb-sw.

Hot air from the pneumatic system can be used to prevent ice accretion on:

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In each wing, a wing anti-ice valve enables the flow of hot air.

PROBE HEATING - The MFPs, the static probes, and the fourth AOA probe are automatically heated to prevent ice formation. The pitot probe and the static probes of the ISIS are also automatically heated. The probe heating system is fully automatic, and operates as soon as:

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Airbus A350 – Ice and Rain Protection