Skytronics and Beaver Aerospace & Defense showcase lifecycle support for flight control components

FIA

FARNBOROUGH, England, 11 July 2012. Skytronics Inc., a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI), is showcasing its FAA overhaul and repair capabilities for commercial and military aircraft actuation systems and ball screw assemblies at the 2012 Farnborough International Airshow.

MRO personnel who oversee the operation of commercial and military aircraft must develop effective cost-management strategies to maintain their fleets. Skytronics is an FAA-approved Repair Station holding approvals from the EASA, CAAC, and Boeing. Skytronics also holds licensed parts manufacturing authority (PMA) on stabilizer ball screws for Boeing 747/737/727/707 aircraft.

Skytronics will exhibit with another PSI subsidiaryBeaver Aerospace & Defense, a designer and manufacturer of broad-range actuation technologies, including ball screws, actuators, ball splines, and gears.

"Together, Skytronics and Beaver offer total lifecycle support for flight control components, from design, engineering, and manufacturing, to aftermarket sales and repair/overhaul services," says Brad Duschak, vice president, Sales & Marketing at Skytronics Inc.

 

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