Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Stuff I Use

I wanted to document some of the items I have purchased lately for the plane.
I bought a Ray Allen POS-12 Position Sensor for the flaps. This sends an electronic reading to the EFIS telling which position the flaps are in.
I bought a MATCO PVPV-D Parking Brake. With this purchase I also needed 4 new NPT to AN fittings.
I am using Permatex Pipe Joint Compound to seal my NPT fittings.
In case I didn't note it before I am using Super Soundproofing to insulate the aircraft. 
This material is excellent for reducing noise levels in all types of certificated and home built aircraft. It is a closed cell vinyl insulating material which will not absorb water or oil. Has fire retardant qualities and meets FAR 25.853a Appendix F, Pt1. It is smooth on one side for easy attachment to the inside cabin skins, sides, top and front firewall.

Excellent for helicopters as well. Furnished in bulk 48" wide sheet, it is easily cut by scissors and attached with contact cement. Available in black only.

Complimentary Accessory: "How to Soundproof Light Aircraft" Supplement. To order this, simply add part number 09-42755 to your order.
I technically haven't ordered this part yet, but will be soon. This is the Fuel Boost Pump Module from EFII. It includes two fuel filters.

The EFII Boost Pump Module (BPM) is the only product in its category that is professionally
engineered for maximum performance and reliability. The BPM delivers the lowest suction loss,
most stable pressure regulation, and highest quality components of any boost pump product
currently available.

The EFII Boost Pump Module also brings a new level of installation simplicity
and functionality to the fuel system of your aircraft. The BPM reduces a time consuming and
frustrating plumbing job to a simple and clean, easy to set up installation.
The Boost Pump Module is used to supply a steady source of 30PSI fuel to your engine
during take-off, landing, priming, or emergency situations. The BPM has integral back
flow prevention and pressure regulation valving.


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