Ground Power Receptacles
Hangar Ground Support

Vantage aircraft Ground Power receptacles mount flush into the concrete deck of an airport hangar or service apron.  Cast from nodular iron for increased strength and durability, each unit is available with one or two power receptacles mounted in the intermediate cover.
receptacles are rated up to 200 amps at 400Hz.

Vantage Ground Power Receptacles


Vantage Ground Power connectors meet the world’s most stringent certification requirements.  Our plugs and receptacles were first tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories, these ground power units are now also approved and certified to Class I, Division 1, Groups C & D at 60/400 hertz by CSA International - Canada and ATEX certified EEx d IIB + H2 T6 by KEMA - The Netherlands.
Vantage Technology is an ISO 9001:2008 company.

Product Features
Ground Power Control Options


Combinations of explosion proof pushbuttons and pilot lights are among available control options. Mounted into the intermediate cover, they allow the user to control power at the receptacle for increased safety.

Identification Options

Receptacle covers can be marked with colors / lettering for quick identification. Consult factory for identification options.

Single Ground Power
Duplex Ground Power

Receptacle Options

The intermediate cover can be fitted with up to two different power receptacles. Available receptacles are all 400Hz at 30, 60, 100 or 200 amp in size and have 2 pole 3 wire, 3 pole 4 wire, 4 pole 5 wire or the GDT ~ 3 pole 4 wire plus (2) #10 gauge relay contacts for electrically interlocking the power supply.

For power receptacle info see:

GD Product Features
GD Part Numbers

Ground Power Conduit Locations

Conduit Location

Customer determines size, location, and number of power supply points of entry.The customer has a number of choices when it comes to locating the power supply point of entry. They may have an entry point on all four sides plus the bottom and they may range from ½” NPT to 4” NPT in size.

See Ground Power unit Part Number Code Logic.

Drainage Method

Drainage Method

Two 2” N.P.T. tapped holes are located in the skirt of the ground power box in addition to the drain ports.  2” pipe with elbows can be assembled to help facilitate draining.  Care should be taken so that the end of the pipe is flush with inside wall and does not interfere with assembly of intermediate cover.  Caution: Inside bottom drain should be fitted with a length of ½” pipe and not be closed with concrete or foreign matter.