Ameritech Industries, Inc. is now a Hartzell Recommended Service Facility.
Hartzell Propeller Inc. of Piqua, Ohio and American Propeller Service, a division of Ameritech Industries, Inc. of Redding, California are pleased to announce the appointment of American Propeller as a Recommended Service Facility for the Western U.S. for Hartzell Propeller.
With over 39 years of propeller experience, American Propeller Service will be teaming up with Hartzell Propeller to meet the needs of aircraft owners that use Hartzell propellers on their aircraft.
As a Hartzell Recommended Service Facility, American Propeller met the numerous stringent requirements that include on-site quality control systems, audit processes and factory trained and highly qualified propeller experts. American Propeller maintains Hartzell-approved specialized propeller tooling and equipment along with Hartzell's special process approvals on an ongoing basis.
Along with sales and service of Hartzell propellers, American Propeller will also support Hartzell customers as a Factory Authorized Warranty Center. This will help ensure that Hartzell customers receive the highest-quality warranty repair work completed in the shortest possible time.
American Propeller will also better support Hartzell Propeller and its customers by the use of their fleet of transportation vehicles that cover a large portion of the western United States.
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Posted May 5, 2014 12:15
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blades continually flex due to changes in aerodynamic loading. Props endure years of light damage due to rock, ice and rain impacts.
In spite of being within degrees of separation from the top spot on the most highly stressed parts on an airplane, props are so dependable it's probably
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NEWS -October 11, 2009
Ameritech puts Redding on aviation industry map "As corporate sales manger for Ameritech Industries in Redding, Honig is
flying to recruit new clients and maintaining relationships the company has built in the
34 years it has been in business...READ ARTICLE
By David Benda
Posted October 11, 2009 at midnight
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Pilot Julie Clark demonstrates a smoke
trail as she flies the Chevron Mentor T-34 "Free Spirit" Thursday during media
day of the Air Show. From Nathan Morgan/Record Searchlight - READ
Click Play Button to Begin Video Video Clip Courtesy, KRCR TV, Redding, CA
Julie Clark of American Aerobatics
Flying in style
Colorful propeller designs just one reason Ameritech is seeing its business take off By Marc Beauchamp
Posted February 12, 2007 at midnight
Kathleen Dawes isn't a pilot but she's sure added fun and sex appeal to the general
For more than 10 years, Ameritech Industries, which she and her brother Kerry own, has
been turning out a line of colorful propellers with hand-painted designs. They're now
fixtures at air shows -- featured on planes of aerobatics stars like Julie Clark and Mary
Before Ameritech, propellers came in basically one color -- battleship gray with white
tips. "This is going to be a boring industry," Dawes remembers thinking. "I
like clothes," she said as an aside. READ MORE....