Whether you’re talking about an axle jack or a tripod jack, hydualic aircraft jack proof load testing leaves you without an important part of your aircraft maintenance tool kit until service has been completed. How long will you be down a jack? That depends on whether you’re shipping the jack out for testing or having on-site proof load testing provided.
Shipping your jacks and having them tested and repaired can leave your facility without one of your most vital maintenance tools for months. Consider this:
As mentioned in our previous article about the pros and cons of on-site vs. off-site proof load testing services, shipping a hydraulic aircraft jack can be very expensive. The cost of shipping will vary depending on factors such as distance, jack type, and shipping service provider. In our experience, many companies wind up expediting shipping to reduce down time which can further add to the price. Keeping the variables in mind, let’s consider the cost of shipping an axle jack from your facility to the manufacturer or third party testing facility. Continue reading
(CHARDON, OHIO) September 23, 2015 – e2b calibration, an ISO/IEC 17205 accredited calibration and repair laboratory in Northeast Ohio, today announced the availability of their newly published white paper titled, “Aircraft Maintenance Guide to Hydraulic Jack Proof Load Testing and Maintenance Best Practices.”
(CHARDON, OHIO) September 8, 2015 –e2b calibration, an ISO/IEC 17205 accredited calibration and repair laboratory in Cleveland, Ohio, today announced the availability of on-site proof load testing for hydraulic aircraft jacks.
The company recently made an investment to develop a proprietary mobile proof load testing fixture, which allows e2b calibration to provide on-site load testing for single-stage and multi-stage tripod jacks with a capacity up to 75,000 pounds. e2b calibration also has the tools and capabilities to provide on-site load testing for axle jacks. Services are available immediately to customers throughout the United States.