This article appeared in the 2004 Farnborough Special of Aircraft Technology Engineering & Maintenance All aircraft gain weight over time. In large aircraft especially, there are so many ‘nooks’ and ‘crannies’ where dirt, dust and moisture will be retained within the airframe. In addition, over the course of a number of years, service, repairs, repainting, interiors… [Read More]
Check out GEC Scales latest video on our calibration processes. Click here to view.
MRO Americas brings together leading MRO customers (airlines), suppliers, OEMs, regulators, experts, etc. from across the globe to build on the success of the previous work and continue the tradition of excellence in providing a world-class venue for the MRO community to engage, learn, network, buy, sell and share. http://www.aviationweek.com/events/current/mro/index.htm
General Electrodynamics Corp. (GEC), Arlington, TX, is the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced portable aircraft weighing and balancing equipment, heavy-duty portable truck scales, and electronic portable test equipment. Use of the company’s aircraft scales are by aircraft manufacturers, fleet operators, and research and testing labs worldwide. To ensure that the company’s products produce accurate results,… [Read More]
GEC is proud to announce successful completion and certification as compliant with AS9100C for our Quality Control and Quality Management System. Please click this link to view the certification.
Sponsored by Worldwide Weight and Balance IPT (WWaB IPT). Conference will occur January 24 – 26, 2012 at the Newport News Marriott at City Center in Virginia. Attendees can register here.
GEC and employees successfully supported the Marines Toys for Tots foundation this year by using our facility as a drop off location. GEC employees proudly participated with generous donations of unwrapped toys. These toys were delivered to the Marines on December 15, 2011 and will be distributed to needy children in the community.
The Society of Allied Weight Engineers (SAWE) goals are to promote mass properties engineering as a specialized discipline and to provide a means for those interested in mass properties engineering to work together to further their professional goals. Since it’s inception in 1939, the SAWE has grown to include 22 chapters located in the United… [Read More]