“Canadian aircraft builders, owners and pilots have been a big part of our business for years,” said Aircraft Spruce President Jim Irwin. “We are pleased to open a facility in a great location such as Brantford. We can ship orders to customers anywhere in Canada at efficient shipping rates and substantially reduced delivery times. Customers in the Greater Toronto area, as well as Southwestern Ontario, can visit our store for the building materials, avionics, headsets, pilot supplies and all other aviation products they need.”
The distribution center is located at 452 Dividend Drive in Peachtree City, beside Falcon Field (KFFC).
As in the past, Aircraft Spruce will provide free hot dogs and beverages throughout the day. Representatives from a number of leading aviation companies, products, including Concorde Battery, Lightspeed, Product Techniques Inc., Kelly Aerospace, Sennheiser, Flightcom, Tempest, Gardner Aviation, and Aveo Engineering, will be on hand to demonstrate their products.
The AeroSpoiler kit contains 10 cup/receiver assemblies and eight blade assemblies. Each kit contains 20 feet of wing coverage. The AeroSpoiler will reduce the lift-producing capability of your wing by as much as 96% on the area covered by the Spoiler.
The Lightsaver, which is now available at Aircraft Spruce, extends landing and taxi light life by allowing the filament to draw the rated current even at turn on with no change in typical light output performance.
The filament life increases up to 10 times due to reducing the stress induced by inrush current, according to company officials.
When added to the fuel tank of the aircraft, TCP acts as a lead scavenger, reducing spark plug fouling and other harmful effects of 100LL, according to company officials, who add TCP has been found to be especially effective in low compression engines.
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. has acquired SkySports International.
Located in Linden, Mich., SkySports was founded in 1979 by Marshall MacFarlane. It produces its own line of single and dual fuel systems and fuel probes, and also carries a complete line of products such as instruments, radios, GPS, strobes, Comtronics helmet/intercom systems, winter instruments, and hardware for the ultralight market.
Blockalls training glasses were designed by pilots to resolve problems with existing view limiting devices.