This past week, Airbus Helicopters delivered the company’s two-hundredth H145 to Norsk Luftambulanse, also known as NOLAS. Norsk Luftambulanse, an air rescue operator, will utilize the H145 for helicopter emergency medical services (HEMS) in Norway. The delivery of this two-hundredth H145 is the last helicopter to complete NOLAS’ current order with Airbus. This brings their Airbus fleet to 8 H145s and 7 H135s. These helicopters are used to bring services to HEMS from different bases across Norway.
For over 80 years according to Foreverbolts company founder Patrick Vogel, the company has yet to change the way they manufacture their bolts and have recently implemented a new change. Introducing what is known as the NL-19 configuration determined to enhance performance and longevity of the fastener. The fastener made its debut at the exclusive Grainger show that took place in Orlando. Foreverbolts wish to be able to present a better product for customers to come by stating,
Optimas Solution has found its new home becoming a part of Rosti Automotive Company. Both companies will benefit from the merger as Optimas has looked for a partnering company due to its increased production requirements. The automotive company wishes to focus on its specialized trade without having to decrease its quality of its work; all while increasing production to fulfill current requirements. Rosti is looking to restructure its entire system to be able to integrate the Optimas resources to create one cohesive system.
Back in 2013 SKF Industries, a bearing company, acquired Cooper Roller Bearings Co Ltd and become their parent company. After several years it has finally been decided that all Cooper Split Bearing ranges will now be marketed under the name SKF cooper. The newly branded SKF cooper products will still fully support solutions for mining, quarrying, construction, marine, and energy sectors. The marketing channels for the products which includes, responses to customer enquiries, after-sales support, and product supply will all be handled on a global basis through SKF sales from this point forward.
Svenska Kullagerfabriekn AB (SKF) was established in 1907 with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. Today, it is the largest bearing manufacturer in the world employing around 45,000 people in almost 110 units. Besides bearings, SKF produces and distributes : linear motion products, seals, lubrication systems, maintenance products and condition monitoring.
When it comes to choosing the correct type of hoses for aircrafts or vehicles the quality is often over looked when presented with a great bargain. These types of situations are often the breaking point to a malfunction mid operation. The two most common hoses in the industry are either fabricated from rubber or Teflon. Both hoses have significant qualities that make each of them a better choice for precision type work.
Aluminum has been a dominant presence in the Aerospace industry for the last half century. In the past ten years, industries outside of Aerospace have also turned to this metal. David Harris of ALFED states the reason is due to the many benefits of this miracle metal. It is very light, yet strong, and easily manipulated into other extrustions. Its resistance to corrosion is good, and it can be joined together through methods such as welding and adhesive bonding. Aluminum can be painted as well as anodized to create a wide variety of finishes that will help to upgrade appearance and further protect from corrosion. It is also an excellent electricity and heat conductor.
Optimas, a global distributor of fasteners and C- Class products, was recently awarded the Jaguar Land Rover Quality award. The highly prestigious award was presented to Optimas in recognition of their high quality of service and products to the luxury car company. Optimas focuses on supporting world class customers world-wide by delivering highly engineered fasteners for various needs.
Swiss, a renowned Airline from Switzerland along with the help of other associates successfully flew a newly equipped Bombardier C Series into London’s City airport. The Bombardier C Series has been equipped with Pratt and Whitney’s innovative PurePower® Geared Turbofan (GTF) engine. The GTF is primarily a newer aircraft with its first launch being in the year 2008.
Boeing, world renown aircraft OEM has stated that they will be expanding their location in Helena, Montana for further production of their newly released Boeing 777X aircrafts parts. The expansion of the Helena location will enable the facility to create an additional 90,000ft2 for excess production of twin-aisle aircrafts. With a more than 257,000ft2 to offer , Boeing Helena will be able to produce titanium parts , side-of-body chords, and terminal end fittings that are used to connect fuselage to the wings.
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