Hartzell Forums to Attend This Year
Introducing a New Series of Educational Forums
Our free, 45-minute series is created to provide aircraft owners, operators, and A&P mechanics with valuable information to help them get the best performance and longevity out of their HET family of products.
TUESDAY, JULY 27th at 1:00 PM
Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About A Turbocharger, But Have Been Afraid To Ask.
A discussion of fundamental turbocharger systems theory and troubleshooting, and provides a historical to modern day perspective on the systems used to boost your piston engine’s performance. From Pike’s Peak to modern day, this presentation is designed to “boost” your knowledge of your aircraft’s turbocharging systems.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28th at1:00 PM
There’s A Reason It’s Called The Master Switch.
A comprehensive look at the alternator, starter, and other electrical systems used on your aircraft’s ignition system. Historical and modern, lightweight versus heavyweight, and the good and the bad are all discussed. Troubleshooting, maintenance, and installation tips to help secure a long, serviceable life for your electrical system components. Great for the certificated aircraft owner or a new experimental builder, this presentation will “spark” your interest in aircraft electrical systems.
THURSDAY, JULY 29th at 8:00 AM
Alternator Drive Couplings – Save Your Customers Thousands.
A forum for licensed A&P mechanics and A&P students, based on the Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin (SAIB) pertaining to Permold style gear drive alternators. Written by Hartzell Engine Technologies LLC and G&N Aircraft, Inc., this presentation reviews the history of the Continental Permold style gear drive alternator installations and specifically addresses issues surrounding the gear coupling installation on these alternators.
THURSDAY, JULY 29th at 1:00 PM
Just Because It’s On Your Airplane Doesn’t Mean That It’s Legal!
A comprehensive review of Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs), and Parts Manufacturer Approvals (PMAs). What are they and what is required to make your airplane legal when you use them?