AVIATION CALIBRATION FAQ
Calibration is key for organizations that want to ensure quality work and FAA compliance.
Calibration can be a simple process if you are working with the right lab. Included here are resources that can help you choose the right calibration lab, understand different calibration services, and provide information for common calibration questions.
Air data test sets are used to measure pitot and static air flow. The air flow measurements are calculated to determine the aircraft airspeed and altitude. During calibration, a technician tests the accuracy of readings. A technician will also check….Read MoreAviation equipment is an investment. Many MRO’s and FBO’s find that taking proper care of equipment extends usable life, decreases costs, and sustains quality. Below are our tips to maintain a Druck ADTS 505……Read More
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