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In recent years, high-precision aircraft electronic equipment has been put into use, playing an irreplaceable role in aviation law enforcement in the Marine environment. Marine surveillance aircraft are based at coastal airports all the year round and mainly perform maritime flight missions. In recent years, it has become the norm for maritime surveillance aircraft to go to sea or stay on the island. At the same time, if the equipment operation and maintenance personnel do not find the hidden trouble in time during the inspection, resulting in the sudden breakdown of the aircraft in the air, it will seriously endanger the safety of maritime surveillance aircraft and the completion of law enforcement tasks. Therefore, it is very important to pay attention to the environmental anti-corrosion work of airborne equipment. The atmospheric environment of high temperature, humidity and high salt is more serious to the corrosion of aircraft instruments.

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