CHARDON, OH- e2b calibration announced completion of construction of an addition to their ISO/IEC 17025 accredited calibration laboratory facility. The expansion provides a new staging area for incoming jobs as well as dedicated, enclosed and covered parking for their fleet of calibration service vehicles. “We’ve year over year growth in the lab and have just
CHARDON, OH- e2b calibration announced today that on-site Tronair ground support equipment training is available for aviation businesses nationally. The new Tronair training services expand e2b’s existing aviation quality services which includes accredited calibration and repair traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and on-site GSE maintenance and aircraft jack proof-load testing.
What is Open Skies? The Open Skies agreement seeks minimization of government control of cargo, passenger, and passenger-cargo air transportation and creation of a true free-market for the air travel industry. The open skies policy can also apply to the air transport of military personnel. To make the policy effective, an agreement must be made
e2b calibration is an ISO/IEC 17025 ACCREDITED calibration and repair laboratory providing a full scope of NIST TRACEABLE calibration, test, and measurement services for AEROSPACE equipment. Services are provided in a climate-controlled, state-of-the-art laboratory with ON-SITE SERVICES, and local pick-up and delivery available on request. A cloud-based document and ASSET MANAGEMENT PORTAL provides customers with instant access to certificates of calibration, asset information, and reports.
An auxiliary power unit (APU) provides electrical power and pneumatic supply for aircraft air conditioning and main engine start. If an APU malfunctions at the gate, consequences could be severe. For this reason, it is essential to ensure APU maintenance is kept up on. INDICATION OF APU MALFUNCTION Sometimes, the only indication of APU malfunction […]
Although aviation is positioned at the forefront of high-tech engineering, the industry is moving rather slowly when it comes to aircraft maintenance. While new inspection techniques have improved damage detection and have sped up repair processes, the maintenance sector of aviation still largely relies on operator skills. However, new hardware and software developments have recently […]