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Control Cables and the Near Grounding of Beechcraft Bonanzas

One item one should always be careful when dealing with is control cables. Used in the aerospace, automation, oil and gas, marine, electrical and manufacturing industries, these cables are designed to connect moving parts and to control their interactions. Control cables are made by twisting and braiding high strength metals around a core. This creates a strong and durable stranded wire. They can even be treated so that they are flame retardant and oil resistant, making them even safer in many industries. Flexible and bendable, these wires are ideal for precise transmission of mechanical motion; one industry that takes advantage of the many benefits these cables provide is the aviation industry. Continue reading

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Suncor Stainless, Inc. Is On the List

Plymouth, MA – July 19, 2010 – Suncor Stainless, Inc. has joined the elite rankings of companies in the U.S. Government’s Quality Manufacturer’s List (QML). After extensive technology investments, manufacturing and testing, Suncor has met the government’s quality and testing requirements for aircraft control cable terminals and assemblies. They are now listed in QML-6117 and QPL-781 for these specific components. These qualifications allow them to provide military and federal specification products to the aircraft and industrial markets. Continue reading

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