Aircraft Maintenance Technology

NOV-DEC 2018

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Tire Inflation Cage Larger size now available TOOLS & EQUIPMENT DESIGNED BY MECHANICS FOR MECHANICS Manufacturer of Specialty Maintenance Tooling & GSE Bottled Water Cart Guaranteed Clean Water • Spanner Sockets • Oxygen Fill Adapter • Jack Adapters • Fuel Pipe Wrenches • Tooling for Falcon, Gulfstream and more • AOG service 24/7 since 1996 • Certified parts outright/ exchange • Sell us your surplus inventory GSE Manufacturer Select Tooling 832-934-0055 Aircraft Spare Parts 46 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY 2019 TECHNIC AL SUPPORT DIRECTORY JFM Engineering Inc. 8030 N.W. 67th St. Miami, FL 33166 305-592-2272 JFM Engineering manufactures aviation battery test equipment. For technical support contact call (305) 592-2272 or email Klassic Tool Crib 9350 Harrison Romulus, MI 48174 734-947-8100 Klassic Tool Crib offers riveting, drilling, countersink- ing, and Eckold metalworking tools. All air tools carry a one-year warranty. For technical support email or call (734) 947-8100. Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST. Kussmaul Electronics 170 Cherry Ave. West Sayville, NY 11796 631-567-0314 • 800-346-0857 Kussmaul Electronics Company Inc. was established in 1967 and continues to grow and provide products to the emergency vehicle markets including fire, police, ambu- lance, specialty vehicles, and vans. For technical support call (800) 346-0857 or email Liftsafe Fall Protection Inc. 306 Darrell Dr. Ayr, ON, Canada N0B 1E0 800-977-2005 At Liftsafe Fall Protection Inc. our products are engineered for specific aircraft applications to provide safe access for hard-to-reach places. Working with our custom- ers, we design, engineer, and fabricate custom access stands and ground support equipment for our extensive international customer base. Through rigorous product testing, we have refined our products to perform when it counts. One of our most popular stands is our Aircraft Maintenance and Engine Access Stand. The Aircraft Maintenance and Engine Access Stand-06 is designed with an adjustable scissor lift base to provide the height required to access the outboard engines and pylons on the A380, B747, A340 series, A400, etc. As with all our stands, we use anti-fatigue ladder rungs, ensuring comfort in using the stands to change LRUs, adjust components, or connect/disconnect engines and nacelles. Functionality improvements include avionics and aft-fuselage access points and a new single person removable platform. For technical support email LockNClimb LLC 2500 W. Laurel St. Independence, KS 67301 620-332-4198 LockNClimb ergonomic safety ladders have been designed to exceed all applicable OSHA and ANSI standards, are sturdy, lightweight, and can be easily rolled and set up by one person. These ladders allow technicians to face their work while maintaining the OSHA recom- mended position between the rails without twisting or overreaching. LockNClimb ladders are equipped with rubber padding to prevent damage to sensitive electron- ics and exterior finishes. They also feature extra wide comfort treads which reduce ladder fatigue and help prevent foot thrombosis. And, the durability of these ladders is unmatched in the industry with less than .1 percent repair rate during the past three years despite constant use by MRO technicians. LockNClimb ladders are currently being used by MRO technicians in most major passenger and freight carriers around the world. For technical support contact Jeffrey A. Green at (620) 332-4198, (620) 577-2577, or MSG Production AS Voldsvegen 204 Skien, Telemark, Norway 3739 +4797118500 MSG Production AS is the world's first closed system for washing, deicing, and inspection of airplanes. Headquartered in Norway, MSG Production's goal is to implement the most efficient and effective system pos- sible for local, regional, and international airports, directly meeting the needs of airlines, ground handlers, and passengers. The RS500 dual system offers complete deicing and washing functionality, while special high- resolution cameras will scan the condition of the entire airframe. The RS400 is a complete washing facility. The systems offer time and cost savings and are the greener choice where up to 95 percent of spent fluids used are collected and recycled in a closed environment. Microcranes Inc. 10000 N.E. 7th Ave., Ste. 330-A Vancouver, WA 98685 360-768-5104 Microcranes Inc. develops, produces, and distributes por- table maintenance hoists for aviation/aircraft/aerospace/ helicopter maintenance, repairs, and manufacturing. Midwest Tungsten Service 540 Executive Dr. Willowbrook, IL 60527 630-325-1001 Midwest Tungsten Service provides high quality tungsten bucking bars and has been manufactur- ing tungsten since 1958. For technical support call (630) 325-1001 or email Nordic Aerowash Equipment AB Hammarby fabriksväg Stockholm, Sweden 120 30 0840024000 Oasis Scientific Inc. 3110 Wade Hampton Blvd., Suite 18 Taylors, SC 29687 864-469-0919 Oasis Scientific Inc. specializes in inspection cameras, borescopes, videoscopes, industrial testing and inspection instruments, such as borescopes, videoscopes, endoscopes, microscopes, and magnifiers. For technical support call (864) 469-0919 or email Pan American Tool Corp. 5990 N.W. 31st Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 954-735-8665 Pan American Tool Corp. is an American in-stock supplier of superior aviation and aerospace cutting tools. For technical assistance call (954) 735-8665 or (800) 423-2764 or email sarah@panamerican- or PCE Instruments/PCE Americas Inc. 711 Commerce Way, Suite 8 Jupiter, FL 33458 561-320-9162 PCE Americas Inc. is the North American branch of PCE Instruments (PCE), a leading supplier of high-quality testing and inspection equipment, offering more than 500 different measuring instruments for applications in engineering, manufacturing, aviation, and aerospace. PCE boasts a large product portfolio that covers a wide

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