Aircraft Maintenance Technology

NOV-DEC 2018

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Page 46 of 51 | 47 range of scientific instrumentation needs, from borescope inspection cameras to ultrasonic testing equipment and beyond. In addition, PCE’s development department can provide specialized measurement products and solutions on demand. For more information, visit or call (561) 320-9162. PROTO Industrial Tools 400 Executive Blvd. Southington, CT 06489 860-800-TOOL PROTO has been making durable, high-quality hand tools in the USA for more than 100 years, having grown from a small machine shop to a worldwide supplier. Our tools are developed according to strict industry standards, with features that let users work quickly and efficiently, including double nickel-chrome plating to help protect against corrosion on sockets, wrenches, ratchets, and torque tools, and thinner outside diameters on box end wrenches to better reach obstructed 12-point fasteners. We are exhaustive in our efforts to make safe tools and provide tool safety education. For technical support call (800) 800-TOOL or email S.A.F.E. Structure Designs LLC 10620 Southern Highlands Pkwy. Suite 110-319 Las Vegas, NV 89141 702-209-8811 As a lean manufacturer and supplier of S.A.F.E. equipment to the civilian and military sectors, S.A.F.E. is exclusively dedicated to designing, engineering, and manufacturing custom equipment providing ergonomic, SAFETY first, OSHA/ANSI compliant, innovative, solution driven maintenance equipment. As a result, we are a global leader in custom access platforms, fall protection platforms, maintenance stands, hangar equipment, ground support equipment, and portable field equipment for aircraft, marine, railway, and heavy equipment applications spanning across industries. For technical support call (702) 209-8811 or email Johnny Buscema, president and CEO, at; Jenna Hoeg, account manager, at; or Jimmy Schwader, military operations account executive, at Santa Fe Aerospace 7501 Avenger Way, Suite D Sante Fe, NM 87507 505-473-7366 Avionic GSE test equipment manufacturer for commercial and military, including, Boeing and Airbus vacuum toilet test stands; audio control panel testers; emergency exit light testers; and more. We can outfit an entire avionic, instrument, or electromechanical accessory shop. For technical support call (505) 473-7366 or email Snap-on Industrial 2801 80th St., Kenosha, WI 53143 561-212-6404 • 877-740-1900 Snap-on Industrial manufactures airframe specialty tools, hand tools, power tools, tool storage, and tool control. For technical support call Scott Steward at (877) 740-1900, (561) 212-6404 or email Lifetime warranty. Hours: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT. Stahlwille Tools LLC 1510 S. Sylvania Ave., Ste. 208 Sturtevant, WI 53177 262-583-4060 Professional tools and solutions for aviation and aerospace industry made in Germany; since 1862, a pace-setting partner of the aerospace industry in tools and torque solutions. STAHLWILLE is introducing its new Reading Station DAPTIQ an industry 4.0 solution for completeness checks, designed and delivered for FOD-sensitive areas. AVANT REGULATORY by Tdata Small and Large AD Libraries $450/yr CD DVD or Desktop Delivery 800.783.2827 IA Library byTData IApproach from $325 /yr ADs • SBs TCDS • FARs ACs • STCs Desktop Delivery Available 800.783.2827 Preferred Airparts Chosen for value and service 35% to 85% off! New Surplus Aircraft Parts Over 14 million new surplus parts in stock & ready to ship! • Airframe • Piston Engine • Turbine Engine • Continental • Lycoming • Overhauled Rotables • Exhaust Systems • Wheels and Brakes • Overhauled Propellers • Hardware: AN, MS, NAS • Pre-sewn Fabric Envelopes • And More! Free Online Inventory Search Preferred Airparts, LLC Div. of JILCO Industries, Inc. 800-433-0814 Toll free, U.S. & Canada Tel. 330-698-0280 - Fax. 330-698-3164 We Buy Worldwide Sales Hours: 8:15am to 5:30pm EST

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