AeroWorx Is Now an Authorized Mechanical Service Center for Honeywell Aerospace
Torrance, Calif., March 27, 2015 – AeroWorx has been approved by Honeywell Aerospace as an Authorized Mechanical Service Center.
AeroWorx is located in Torrance, CA and is a leading FAA repair station provider of pneumatic, hydraulic, electromechanical and fuel system repair and overhaul services for military and commercial aircraft. Besides being one of just a handful of Honeywell Authorized Mechanical Service Centers, AeroWorx is currently the only Honeywell approved facility to also be a Lockheed Martin Hologram program member for F-16 and C-130 aircraft, which incorporate a number of Honeywell components.
To become an Authorized Mechanical Service Center for Honeywell Aerospace, AeroWorx met extremely stringent requirements, which is the reason there are only a limited number of companies worldwide that have earned this official endorsement.
“Being an Authorized Mechanical Service Center is a great honor for AeroWorx,” said Gary Furlong, AeroWorx’s President. “This partnership will assist us in achieving our goal of supplying first class customer support and quality to the MRO industry.”
As an Authorized Mechanical Service Center, AeroWorx will perform repairs on components such as pneumatic valves, air cycle machines, generators, hydraulic drives, cooling turbines, actuators & air turbine starters. Please contact AeroWorx to learn more about our capabilities and how we can assist you with your component repair needs.
AeroWorx is an FAA and EASA 145 authorized repair station with dual release authorization as an unlimited class I, II and III accessory repair station that was founded in 1998 under the name Aero Pneudraulics. The company is located in Torrance, Calif., in a 40,000 square foot facility. AeroWorx is the aviation industry’s leading provider of pneumatic, hydraulic, electrome chanical and fuel system repair and overhaul services.
Focused on meeting the needs of the domestic and international aviation community, the company supports leading fixed and rotary-wing operators, MROs and manufacturers with a wide range of repair and overhaul solutions.
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