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Shirley, NY, Tuesday, June 09, 2020 – Answering the call of distributors, repair stations, and operators around the world citing complaints about predatory pricing, quality, and turn times, NAASCO has spent thousands of man-hours in developing affordable repair alternatives to the OEM. As a result, NAASCO has finalized a DER Approved Repair (FAA approval) of the Zodiac contactor P/N: 558CA01Y1, 558CA04A30Y00, 558CA04A40Y00, 558CA04A41Y00. The contactor is now able to be cost-effectively repaired (vs ‘expendable’) utilizing NAASCO’s industry exclusive Sil-MetTM repair solution and will be certified with an FAA/EASA dual release 8130 tag.
From a production standpoint, NAASCO will provide a three-week turn-around-time. For clients that require faster service, an express routine overhaul is available for a modest fee. Additionally, depending on negotiated contract terms, NAASCO will develop and maintain an exchange pool program for select clients. According to Mike Leslie, NAASCO’s President & CEO, “By extending the life of parts once considered consumable, operators can potentially save thousands of dollars with NAASCO’s cutting-edge repair solutions.” He went on to say, “We understand the challenges that operators face every day and they should know that NAASCO will continue to drive product improvements for all types of starter generators, motors, relays, contacts, and other electro-mechanical components”.
About NAASCO: Opening its doors in April 1984, NAASCO has served the aviation industry for over 35 years as a FAA and EASA approved repair station. Its leadership team brings a combined electrical, mechanical, and avionics experience of over 250 years. During this time, NAASCO has changed the aviation industry by introducing its specialized designed engineering solutions that focuses on improved reliability while solving planned obsolescence. Two of NAASCO’s most successful product offerings are its starter generator ETR/Mercury Mod and Sil-Met solution for motors, contacts, relays, and terminal blocks.