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Aerospace

New Platform Services

The creation of a new aircraft’s Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) is a big challenge: design, assessment, component selection, zonal impact on component reliability, risk mitigation, and finally installation. Lectromec has the capabilities both in the lab and from an engineering standpoint to ease your EWIS design process. Find out more

Existing Platform Services

The effects of heat, temperature cycling, fluid exposure, and mechanical stress build up over time and will degrade the performance of EWIS components. There are recommended processes for the assessment of these components (such as MIL-HDBK-525 and the FAA’s EZAP), and Lectromec can support your organization through the process. With EWIS inspection, maintenance data review, and performance assessments coupled with Lectromec’s research on component degradation, it is possible to identify an aircraft’s EWIS problem areas before they impact airworthiness. Find out more

Specialized Testing

Lectromec’s lab is armed with a wide variety of environmental, thermal, mechanical, and chemical test equipment. We have performed testing on connectors, circuit protection devices, protection sleeving, and a host of other components and systems. If the testing you are looking for doesn’t fit into the categories above, assorted testing is where you should begin your search. Find out more

Wire and Cable Testing and Analysis

AS4373, NEMA 27500, MIL-STD-2223, EN 3475

These are some of the most common test standards for aerospace wire/cable. Lectromec has the capability to conduct most of the tests outlined in these documents. From flex testing to long term force hydrolysis, Lectromec can get you the answers you need. Our laboratory follows the standards set in ISO 17025 and looks forward to serving your wire and cable testing needs. Find out more