It is official! Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS Group, has received their EASA certification! Congratulations team on the hard work and dedication that went into receiving this accreditation.
Exciting times ahead as we look to providing EU operators with our world class rotor blade repairs.
Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS, Group has received EASA notice of Acceptance of Application and are anxiously awaiting to receive official EASA Certification in the very near future.
“We are excited that we will now be in a position to offer our worldwide customers EASA dual release for our rotor blade repair services “ Ernesto Luna, QA Manager of Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS Group
“This is such a huge, positive movement for Rotor-Tech to provide its world class repair services to the EU operators so they can gain all the economic benefits we have to offer; highest quality repairs, unbeatable turnaround time and cost-effective pricing” Herman Bevelhimer, General Manager of Rotor-Tech, part of the ACS Group.
ACS Canada and Rotor-Tech are now fully supporting Hawk Rotor Blade repairs through our engineering capabilities as we operate in accordance with TCCA DAO (Design Approval Organization). ACS Canada successfully completed the Repair Design development for leading edge strip replacements for the tip cap, anhedral splice and supplemental for the Blackhawk “Mike” blade and is currently performing replacements for these leading edge details.
“We are now capable to fully refurbish the “M” model Blackhawk main rotor blades, adding to our Hawk Program “L” model main & tail rotor blade capability" - Bruce Anning VP of Technical Operations ACS Canada. “With our great success of the military “Hawk” program we are excited about the civil aviation market for aircraft like the S70 Firehawk and S92 where we can leverage our technology/methodology into that market segment.”
ACS Canada can now carry out destructive testing to substantiate materials and processes in Composite bonding applications
ACS Canada made a major investment in enhancing its current 3D Scanning capabilities with the acquisition of a large volume laser scanner