Duncan Aviation’s Satellite Facilities Add Tool Calibration Capabilities
Duncan Aviation announces that three of its satellite avionics facilities are now offering tool calibration services for torque wrenches, multimeters, crimpers and other tools used in aviation maintenance. The equipment that provides the capabilities will rotate between Duncan's Satellite Shops several times a year, and as more technicians throughout the Duncan Aviation satellite network are trained, more satellite facilities will offer the tool-calibration service.
In July, avionics techs from Duncan Aviation satellite facilities in St. Louis, MO; Scottsdale, AZ; and Oxford, CT, were trained and began offering tool calibration services for its customers.
“In response to customers' requests, we’ve been expanding services at many of our Satellite Shops beyond avionics line and install,” says manager of Satellite Operations, Matt Nelson. “For instance, nineteen of our satellite facilities now include main ship and emergency-power battery capabilities, and we’re now adding tool calibration services to most of the satellites.”
The Duncan Aviation satellites are located at some of the busiest business-aviation airports around the country. The facilities almost always have ramp access and are a short distance from customer hangars.
“The service is available to anyone in the area who needs an annual calibration on any of the tooling we maintain,” says Nelson. "We tried to focus on the tools most commonly found in the maintenance technician’s toolbox.”
For more information about the services and locations offered at the company’s 28 satellite facilities and workaways, visit https://duncanaviation.aero/locations/#satellites.