Aerolux began with a range of refrigeration products, in particular a wine chiller, but according to the Lancashire, UK-based company, customer demand has driven development of a growing line of new products. These include everything from Nespresso-approved coffee maker to skillet to four-slice toaster to rice cooker to freezer to convection oven.
Air Comm Corp. (ACC), a specialist in the design, production and support of environmental control systems for rotorcraft, is presenting “The Ultimate Guide To Helicopter Environmental Control Systems” today at 10 a.m. in Room C-148. The program is of interest to rotorcraft owners, operators and maintenance personnel.
Iacobucci subsidiary MGS (Modular Galley Systems) has introduced an executive version of the new microwave oven it originally designed for the Airbus A350.
HNA Group of China and Bravia Capital of New York will acquire a majority stake in myTechnic. According to Daglar Cizmeci, CFO, board member and investor in myTechnic Aircraft MRO Services, the company is the first lean (zero waste) greenfield maintenance, repair and overhaul center in the world.
Driessen Aerospace has introduced a new “hot cup” designed originally for the Boeing 787 galley. The cup brings about three pints of water to a boil in five to seven minutes, using induction technology. The Netherlands-based galley equipment specialist suggests using the boiler for everything from simple hot water to boiling eggs to heating baby food. The pot itself can be removed and carried throughout the aircraft for service.
Hawker Beechcraft has awarded Emteq of New Berlin, Wis., an initial contract to install its FAA-certified Elements seat heaters as an option aboard Hawker Beechcraft King Airs. The seat-heater design features lumbar and seat heat that can be individually controlled by the passenger. A flexible seat coil allows the internal heating system to
adjust as the seat is adjusted.