GA Telesis Component Repair Group Southeast enhances starter testing capability

GA Telesis Component Repair Group Southeast (“GATCRGSE”) has developed a pneumatic aircraft engine starter test facility utilizing state-of-the-art technologies. By introducing a modern dynamometer, digital data acquisition and automation, the new test facility allows for simulation on multiple engine platforms with various load specifications. “Deviating from older practices and applying new innovative inertial simulation technologies is an exciting and necessary development for our company,” said Nicholas Gimbel, Engineering Manager for GATCRGSE. “Introduction of this equipment allows us improved testing reliability and remarkable efficiencies that older-generation technology could not deliver,” added Gimbel.

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