Wire Rope v. Chain v. Synthetic Slings

When you need to lift heavy objects like the engine of a Boeing 747, you’re not doing it with a team of guys, yelling at them to “put their back into it”. You’re doing it with a crane and sling. Choosing the right kind of sling requires understanding of the application. Depending on the details, you’ll have to choose between wire rope, chain, and synthetic slings.

Wire rope slings are a popular choice for automotive, construction, oil and gas, and general manufacturing industries where a variety of heavy loads and rugged conditions exist. Wire ropes have high strength and flexibility, can be abrasion and corrosion resistant, and are relatively cheap. However, they’re not the strongest sling and relatively susceptible to damage from misuse and abuse. Because they’re also not repairable or easy to inspect, over time it can be costly to use.

Chain slings are often used in foundries, heavy duty machine shops, steel mills, and other environments where repetitive lifts or harsh conditions would damage or destroy any other kind of sling. Chain slings have a flexible design that makes them stronger, more durable, and able to withstand impact, extreme temperatures up of to 1000?, and exposure to chemicals and UV rays. Each link or link segment is also easy to inspect, repair, proof-test, and recertify if damaged. However, chain slings are significantly heavier than other slings and can even crush and damage sensitive or finished parts. Their initial cost is also much higher.

Synthetic slings are extremely popular in construction and other general industries because they’re so flexible, inexpensive, and easy to replace. They’re strong enough to lift heavy loads, but are flexible enough to conform to any object shape and protect expensive and delicate loads from scratching and crushing. Unfortunately, they’re have low-heat, chemical, and damage resistance, so a lot of consideration needs taken when using synthetic slings.

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Air compressors

Air compressors are the most common machine in a number of industries, from aerospace and aviation to construction and manufacturing. And because they’re used to power a lot of different machines like paint guns, pressure washers, and sandblasters, it’s important to know the differences between air compressors and know what kind you need for your project.

There are two main styles of air compressors, reciprocating and rotary screw air compressors. The biggest difference between the two lies in the way they generate pressure. While a reciprocating air compressor uses a series of crankshaft-powered pistons to compress air inside the tank, a rotary screw air compressor uses a pair of rotating intermeshed helical screws to push air into the tank. The difference in method also means that they have completely different characteristics.

Reciprocating air compressors include a number of other components in addition to the pistons and crankshaft, such as connecting rods and valves. This increases the vulnerability to damage and breakdowns. More parts also means more heat. Because the different components are touching, they generate more internal friction, resulting in operating temperatures of 150 to 200 degrees Celsius, thus requiring the addition of an intensive cooling system. Because of the complex crankshaft-piston system, reciprocating air compressors are able to provide up to 250 psi of pressure. However, this causes another drawback as this means noise levels of above 80 decibels.

Rotary screw air compressors, on the other hand, are much simpler with less parts. The two rotors don’t touch, so they generally don’t experience much wear and tear, nor is heat generated from friction. Rotary screw air compressors have an operating temperature of 80 to 99 degrees Celsius, which means that they don’t need a cooling system. Despite the efficiency, they can only generate 90 to 125 psi of pressure. The difference between the two types of air compressors is rather stark. Where one is more powerful but more susceptible to damage, the other is weaker but more efficient and long-lasting.

But, that doesn’t mean that both don’t require regular maintenance and repair. When you need replacement parts for your air compressors, you can come to us at ASAP NSN Parts, owned and operated by ASAP Semiconductor. As one of the leading suppliers of aerospace and aviation parts, we have everything you need for your air compressors, from pistons to cooling systems. Just call us at +1-714-705-4780 to get started.


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Aircraft Superchargers

Superchargers are engine-driven air pumps that give the engine additional pressure to the induction air, which results in additional power. Superchargers have the capability to boost manifold pressure above 30 “Hg.

Superchargers help to compress air at higher altitudes, allowing the aircraft to produce the same manifold pressure as it would if it were at mean sea level (MSL). If an aircraft were at 8,000 feet, its engine might produce around 75 percent of the total power it could produce if it were flying at sea level.

The Superchargers used in aircraft becomes extremely beneficial at higher altitudes (above 18,000 ft). At high altitudes, the air density is 50 percent than that of at sea level. Using a supercharger, in that case, supplies air to the engine at the same density it would if it was still at sea level.

In normal operating conditions the supercharger is in a low blower position during takeoff. The engine acts as if it is ground-boosted, and while the aircraft gains altitude, the power output decreases. Once the aircraft reaches the desired altitude, power is reduced, and the supercharger is switched to a high blower position. Once that position is reached, the throttle is set to the desired manifold pressure.

Some Key Benefits of a Supercharger

  • Increased horsepower –from 50 to 100 percent increases
  • No lag –Immediate power delivery
  • Low RPM boost –Good power at low RPM
  • No special shut-down procedure –Not lubricated by engine oil, can be shut down normally


Disadvantages of a Supercharger

  • Can consume as much as 20 percent of the engine’s total output –turbochargers can have the same results, with less energy consumption
  • Puts added strain on the engine –high temperatures and pressures could cause damage to the piston head if not designed properly
  • Expensive to install and maintain –high-octane premium-grade gas is suggested, parts are more heavy-duty, making them more expensive

ASAP NSN Parts is a leading distributor of NSN parts and manifold assembly parts. With a continuously increasing inventory, you can be sure ASAP NSN Parts will have everything you need and more. We will ensure all needs are addressed in a timely and professional manner. ASAP NSN Parts is known for finding cost-effective solutions for radial engine parts. For a quote from a premier aircraft impeller parts supplier, reach out to the main office by phone: 714-705-4780 or by email: sales@asap-nsnparts.us


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Jet Engines

Engines can be regarded as the most striking and impressive part of an aircraft. The biggest aircraft engine in KLM’s fleet is the General Electric GE90-115B. The engine measures at 3.43 meters in diameters. The engine is the power house for the airlines Boeing 777-300ERs, which is also KLM’s biggest twin-enringed aircraft. The engines can create 115,000 pounds of thrust which according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is the world’s “most powerful commercial jet engine.”

KLM’s B777-300ERs go through almost 16 hours of flight time daily. Keeping track of flight time is important because regular maintenance must be done on the engines. Deployment for operation is based on flight hours and cycles. One flight cycle is composed of a single take off and landing. The average flight cycle for a KLM B777 is 1.9 flight cycles a day. Maintenance on an engine depends on the type of engine. The GE90-115B receives check-ups multiple times throughout the year. A major overhaul is administered after 750 days of operation.

KLM owns their own Engine Shop for engine maintenance. A reserve engine is available for every engine type in operation. This allows for engines to be replaced within 24 hours. When engines are overhauled, they are completely disassembled. Jet engines on average are made up of almost 40,000 parts. This means the overhaul process can take almost 60 days. After a full overhaul is completed, the engine is almost new and is prepared to fly thousands of kilometers in the air.

Aircraft engines are very expensive. Because an airline almost always purchases their engines already attached to the aircraft, it is difficult to pin point how expensive they truly are. Prices of course vary based on engine type, but an engine can be estimated to cost around 12 to 35 million dollars.

ASAP NSN-Parts, which is owned and operated by ASAP Semiconductor, is a provider of aircraft parts and ground support equipment targeted for the commercial and military aerospace market. ASAP NSN has a goal of serving all customers with delivery on-time, especially for parts with long lead times, and are hard to find or obsolete. The company’s goal is to supply airlines, repair stations and OEMs with the best possible purchasing experience.


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 hydraulic accumulator

When learning how to care for your hydraulic accumulator one should always know as much about their product as possible. While accumulators are all about storing and distributing energy that also have functions that can help with shock absorption and many other key features. Your unit should be serviced and tested often to ensure it is running smoothly and effectively.

When looking at gas powered accumulators you will have the pick of three; bladder, diaphragm and piston, with bladder being the model that most people gravitate towards. For beginners or people who want a accumulator that requires less work, the bladder accumulator is a great option.

When you flip this, and you look at the piston version, their tolerance for pressure is astronomically higher. A perk of these accumulators is their ability to be mounted in any position which makes them an easy product to incorporate into a preexisting rig. Diaphragms , on the other hand, are better at handling pressure but can only hold a very small amount of it compared to the other two models. Like with most products, there will be pros and cons to each option.

Some of the options listed require more maintenance and other require more precise measurements. While most accumulators can last up to twelve years if kept up, life cycle should always be questioned when purchasing one of these units. The best thing that someone can do is to get to know the equipment they are using on a daily basis and make sure that they are keeping their products as up to date as possible.

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Tail Rotor on a Helicopter

The tail rotor on a helicopter is located, as its name states, on the tail of the helicopter. Its’ purpose is to prevent the helicopter from spinning the opposite way of the main rotor blades. Imagine having to ride in a helicopter that is continuously spinning in circles, it would not be an as efficient form of transportation. Passengers would be sick or dizzy, and parts of the aircraft could possibly fall off with only one place to go, the ground. This would result in civilian injuries/deaths, along with a lot of property damage. The tail rotor blades counteract the main rotor blades allowing the helicopter to fly straight and be easily controlled by the pilot, especially during maneuvers. It spins horizontally to compensate for the torque created from the main rotor. The placement of the tail rotor placed away from the center of gravity, on the tail, allows for the most effective results.

Not all helicopters have this tail rotor, some rely on the fuselage alone to counteract the torque. The problem with this is that the speed at which the fuselage must spin to counteract the main rotor may result in it getting dislodged and falling off the aircraft. Although this is not a common thing, the tail rotor is a preventative measure to ensure nothing is falling off the aircraft mid-flight.

ASAP Semiconductor has access to all different types of helicoper parts. If there are parts that need replacing, there is no need to buy a whole new set up. Instead contact ASAP, and we can find obsolete and hard-to-find parts for a variety of things.

ASAP NSN Parts has a dedicated and expansive array of aerospace parts, making us the premier supplier of aircraft parts. ASAP NSN Parts will ensure that your needs are addressed in the most expeditious and transparent manner, all the while offering cost-effective component solutions.


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MTU Maintance

The 21st century has brought the generation of faster more efficient products and services to increase customer satisfaction. Over the years MTU Maintance has displayed their commitment to the industry on the amount of service it provides all over the world. It currently holds facilities in continents such Asia, Europe, and North America. MTU Maintance has been able to complete repairs in over 18,000 shops for service with in the 36 years that the company has begun repairs. Within the span of the repairs it has increased their repair portfolio to over 30 engines that have been repaired and completed for flight once again.

With the increasing production and rapid service requests, MTU has come up with a potential program remedy. The program has adopted the name of “Inspection 4.0” and has begun the proceeding steps in their Berlin, Brandenburg facility. Based on creating a more centralized system for individual parts to allow more diligence to the repair. MTU wishes to build one system for each part in the system. Along with the help of new state of the art equipment MTU wishes to bring everything that pertains to repair data to mobile devices such as smart glasses and tablets. In doing so the devices will allow for the mechanics to have complete understanding of the entire repair at one push of a button.

The repair company has begun working with the University of Technology Cottbus- Senftenburg in efforts of transitioning the company to a more mobile platform.

The company will be funded by the Brandenburg Invest (WFBB) business development company along with partial from Investionsbank des Landes Brandenburg (business promotion bank of federal state of Brandenburg).

The entire project should be finished by July of the year 2019. Upon completion it will be presented and displayed for the Federal Aviation Office of Germany for further inspection and approval.

ASAP NSN parts is a key provider of commercial aero engines along with industrial gas turbine parts. ASAP can supply new, new unused surplus, over hauled, as removed, along with as parts on exchange with full traceability when required. All ASAP parts have been tested and placed under warranty to ensure complete satisfaction. For instant RFQs call 1 714 705 4780 or email sales@asap-nsnparts.us.


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Boeing Dreamliner

Boeing has reached yet another mile stone with the approval of yet another Dreamliner known as the 787-10 aircraft. A newer more revolutionized version of their 787-9 model, Boeing continues to innovate.

The U.S Federal Aviation Administration FAA has granted Boeings 787-10 model a Amended Type Certificate (ATC) that allows for the aircraft to be airborne. Along with the certificate, other types the aircraft tests are needed to be performed before the aircraft is fully secured to take flight. It has been stated that other aviation regulatory agencies in the industry will perform tests on the aircraft as well.

The 787-10 been placed in a 3-test program that commenced in March of 2017. All together the tests accumulated over 900 test hours upon completion of the program. The aircraft has endless amount of potential due to its innovative type of design allowing for the aircraft to reach up to 6,430 nautical miles (11,910km).

The 787-10 offers unique features despite its 95% similarity to the prior model. It is equipped with a state of the art seating configuration, designed to comfortably seat passengers at an efficient cost to the consumer and the aircraft. The aircraft offers over 25% more fuel efficiency and decrease of emissions. The 787-10 model has been made with a two-class configuration suitable for different types of travelers. Not all of the 787 family model aircrafts have the same aircraft seat but varies due to different airline specifications.

As of January 2018, Boeing has reached over 170 orders for the 787-10 aircraft from nine of their esteemed customers worldwide. The beginning of the deliveries are scheduled to be delivered during the first half of 2018. Singapore Airlines will be the first to receive their newly modernized 787-10 aircraft model in 2018.

ASAP NSN parts are a globally known source to be able to provide Boeing Commercial Aviation Parts, and Airplane Seats. Having established a relationship with Boeing allows ASAP to provide Boeing parts with full traceability. All of ASAP parts have been tested and placed under warranty to ensure the entire transparency of the part. All of ASAP aviation parts are FAA approved and are under strict quality inspection from our certified quality staff.


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L3 Aviation

Arlington Texas is the home to L3s training and simulation facility currently known as Link. The Link facility is a world renown provider of operator and maintance platforms that specialize in total training solutions. L3 is expanding to upgrade Link’s facility by a mere 40,000 sq ft. The expansion is well under way and is said to be completed by summer 2018. An idea of how large the facility will be, is estimated two times the size of Links headquarters that can be found in New York City. The building will be equipped with a library, classrooms, locker rooms, student amenities and six fully loaded flight simulators. The facility can be referenced minutes away from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

This state of the art facility is used for pilots that conduct ether commercial or military flights.

L3 Link is growing steadily and pushing the technological capabilities of the flight training industry. This addition to the center will enable Link to host more students, while offering the highest-quality training experience.

To date Link has been able to obtain customers nationally and other parts of the world such as Asia, Europe, Middle East, and the Pacfic Rim.

In lue of expanded the facility, L3 is also creating a newer facility that is scheduled to open this year, located near London’s Gatwicks Airport. This facility will specialize in training for operators such as ab initio pilots and global airline customers.

L3 continues to excel in many different types of industries such as security, detection, pilot training, and aerospace systems. Expanding the new facility will allow exponential growth for the company and will increase their numbers of employees rapidly. Currently the company is fortunate to have over 38,000 people throughout their facilities all around the world.

ASAP NSN Parts is a key provider of L3 Aviation Component and Full-Flight Simulators. ASAP only deals with parts that have been tested and placed under warranty. With its streamline system it allows for parts to be shipped out immediately. ASAP’s strict quality team works around the clock to ensure that parts are up to yours and FAA standards.


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MRO

Precision and work efficiency is something that many companies invest into to be able to produce at their highest potential. When it comes to maintance on aircraft it requires extreme precision and tedious work on solely one aircraft. Completing normal checkups has been under speculation and has been deemed “old fashion” with the incorporation of a lot of newer aircrafts. The term that mro-network.com has used for older types of review is “A, B, C, D checks.” Checks such as these need to be more efficient when it comes to fleets containing various models.

As newer more modern aircrafts are equipped with new state of the art equipment they require more attention to make sure the software is up to date and running up accordingly. Maintance on these states of the art equipment will no longer be able to have scheduled checkup.

Per a statement from Director of MRO for aviation and Defense at IFS, James Elliot mentions,

The end goal is to reduce aircraft maintenance windows. What used to be called out-of-phase maintenance in the days of ABCD is now standard, maintenance programs are planned with individual tasks in mind.

For these inspections to be more detailed Elliot believes that both the airlines along with the maintance shops need to have a better idea on to what the aircraft contains. With this caliber of information, it will give the maintance an upper hand to have a more strategic approach on to keeping up with an entire fleet regardless of its size.

Software with a component-based view offers significant advantages by getting aviation part numbers and granular detail into each maintenance program. That information should be put into maintenance format, task by task, component by component.

ASAP NSN Parts is a key component in obtaining Textron Aviation Parts. Able to offer great deals for Textron parts all year round. NSN parts offers clearance offers for Textron parts beginning in October. All of NSN Parts have been tested and placed under warranty to ensure parts with every order. For a more detailed look at the parts ASAP is able to provide visit www.asap-nsnparts.us. For instant RFQs call 1-714-705-4780 or call sales@asap-nsnparts.us


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