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2 Feb
New Aerospace Tools Print Catalogue 2023

New Aerospace Tools Print Catalogue 2023

You can now find our comprehensive Aerospace Tools range in one practical print catalogue, including...

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14 Jun
How To Implement Tool Control - The Challenges Of Part 145

How To Implement Tool Control - The Challenges Of Part 145

Meeting the requirements of of CASR Part 145 can be seen as a whole lot of extra work, red tape and delays when time is so precious and funds may not be great. But could it be the opportunity to get on top of things, in preparation for getting back into the whirlwind post Covid?

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by Alisdair Chambers (Director)


6 May
What is the real cost of a lost tool?

What is the real cost of a lost tool?

Ever felt the pain of searching for a misplaced tool when your shift has ended and you should be home with a cold beer in hand? If that's the case, then you know the personal cost of losing a tool in a critical environment. But what is the monetary cost?

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14 Feb
Henchman at MRO Americas 2022

Henchman at MRO Americas 2022

Meet us at the MRO Americas 2022 in Dallas on booth 716. We will be showcasing...

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7 Feb
Henchman at HAI Heli-Expo 2022

Henchman at HAI Heli-Expo 2022

Meet us at the HAI Heli-Expo 2022 in Dallas on booth 6423. We will be showcasing...

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16 Nov
Choosing The Right Borescope For Your Application

Choosing The Right Borescope For Your Application

There are numerous brands and models of Borescopes on the market, with a range of diameters and lengths. To help you choose the right Borescope for your application, we are explaining a few of the basic features.

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11 Jun
A Guide to Intrinsically Safe Aircraft Maintenance Equipment

A Guide to Intrinsically Safe Aircraft Maintenance Equipment

The aviation industry is rightly consumed with safety and accident prevention; this includes when the planes are grounded. MROs are working with aircraft that often contain fuel and need maintenance of electrical parts - a dangerous combination. These conditions require MROs to use tools which are classified as "intrinsically safe", but what does this mean?

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by MK Test Systems



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