Aero Classics now offers the general aviation community the largest number of FAA-PMA approved oil coolers in the world.
Aero Classics offers remote mounted oil coolers for Lycoming engines, as well as engine mounted oil coolers for Continental engines, with full FAA-PMA approval and supporting FAA 8130-3 documentation.
Aero’s engine mounted oil coolers for Continental powered aircraft offer features such as a CNC machined base for reliable, leak-proof mounting. Aero’s line of Continental front mounted oil coolers feature a hassle free design that accommodates both 7th stud and non-7th stud engine cases, eliminating the chance of getting the “wrong” oil cooler, company officials note.
The company also offers innovative oil cooler features, such as the world’s only FAA-PMA all aluminum oil cooler for Piper PA18 and PA22 aircraft, according to company officials. This unit is a direct replacement for the original steel unit, at half the weight and 20% more cooling efficiency, officials add.
All components of every Aero Classics oil cooler is manufactured at one location: Aero’s facility in La Verne, California. From raw materials to CAD design, full assembly, testing, and certification is done within Aero’s facility, officials said.
Aero also has a line of all aluminum replacement oil coolers and radiators for many World War II vintage aircraft, replacing the original heavy metal, copper and brass units. The Aero Classics aluminum units weigh less than 50% of the originals and provide up to 30% better heat rejection, company officials said.
For more information: Aero-Classics.com or 909-596-1630