ACM records increasing orders for belt overhaul


ACM reports growing demand for its seatbelt and restraint system overhaul services for the general and commercial aviation sectors. The company says that the entry into force of the EASA AD that regulates the overhaul of safety belts and restraint systems has seen increased orders for its re-webbing services.

The company says it is permitted to overhaul belts made by any original manufacturer – with its approval covering small and large aircraft and rotorcraft types, and safety belts for 9g and 16g seats.

Clients includes small and large MRO companies, airlines and private aircraft owners. The company says that as the portfolio of belts it has overhauled grows, more belts can be overhauled immediately, resulting in shorter lead times.

Most of the overhauled belts are Am-Safe, Pacific Scientific, Schroth, Davis and Autoflug models and the catalogue includes several hundred different part numbers.

June 12, 2015

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