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February 24, 2014 - 6:20pm
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Spectro Jet-Care (Booth No. 6933)–which provides laboratory analysis of aircraft oil, fuel, hydraulic fluid and debris–has added advanced optical imaging equipment to its arsenal of tools at its facilities in New Jersey, the UK and Switzerland. The company holds accreditations, approvals or preferred supplier status for all engine and aircraft manufacturers, including Turbomeca, Airbus Helicopters, AgustaWestland, Pratt & Whitney Canada and Sikorsky.

February 24, 2014 - 2:15pm
Spector Jet-Care

Spectro Jet-Care (Booth No. 6933)–which provides laboratory analysis of aircraft oil, fuel, hydraulic fluid and debris–has added advanced optical imaging equipment to its arsenal of tools at its facilities in New Jersey, the UK and Switzerland. The company holds accreditations, approvals or preferred supplier status for all engine and aircraft manufacturers, including Turbomeca, Airbus Helicopters, AgustaWestland, Pratt & Whitney Canada and Sikorsky.

August 24, 2012 - 10:05am
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Aerospace and defense electronics suppliers in the U.S. are doing a better job of screening out counterfeit components coming mainly from China, and these gains will be reflected in more public cases of flagged parts, according to one electronics contract manufacturer. “You’re going to see incidences going up because we’re findng them,” said Robert Toppel, president of Axiom Electronics of Beaverton, Ore.

April 8, 2009 - 10:15am

Counterfeiting remains a serious problem in the aerospace industry. “About 2 percent of the 26 million parts installed on aircraft worldwide are counterfeit; that’s roughly half a million parts ranging from hardware to advanced electronics equipment,” said Ben Jun, vice president of technology for Cryptography Research of San Francisco.

 
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