FAA Approves Naasco for Hartman A-1077 Work

HAI Convention News » 2005
February 20, 2007, 3:31 AM

Shirley, N.Y.-based Naasco Northeast Corp. (Booth No. 2238) recently received FAA approval for the overhaul and repair of Hartman A-1077 series relays, which are used on a variety of fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft and had previously been regarded as unrepairable. The relays are repaired using Naasco’s Sil-Met technology, which allows power relays, electrical components and terminal boards to be overhauled and returned to service with a fresh set of contacts and FAA 8130-3/JAA Form 1 tags.

“[Since] most power relays found on today’s aircraft are indeed repairable, operators may not realize that there are affordable alternatives to purchasing new replacement parts from the OEM,” said John Leslie, Naasco president and CEO. “Operators now have the option to renew their worn relays [through] Naasco’s exclusive Sil-Met technology.”

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