Aircraft Industry

Aircraft Industry – Mag-Probe Post Compilation

Aircraft Industry – Mag-Probe Aircraft Post Compilation The following links are a compilation of all the Relevent Bartolmagprobe.com Aircraft Industry Posts.  This post will enable  aircraft technicians the ability to click this post and find all the information they need in order to troubleshoot solenoid valves, relays, and coils more accurately without having to search for…

Non-Contact Mag-Probe

Non-Contact Mag-Probe Test Instrument Video Overview

Non-Contact Mag-Probe Test Instrument Video Overview This Video Interview with David Kalstrom, CEO of Outboundexcellence.com, explains the value of using a Mag-Probe when testing Electrical Solenoid Valves and Relays.  The Non-Contact Mag-Probe has the ability to be used in extreme environments hot and cold, underwater, in a vacuum, from the smallest relays to the largest…

Aircraft Mechanic

Aircraft Mechanic Theme Song – “Everything Is Broken”

Aircraft Mechanic Theme Song – “Everything Is Broken” Patty LaVette Cover   This is Aircraft Mechanic Theme Song.  Great job from Bob Dylan who wrote a timeless song called “Everything is Broken”  Patty LaVette  did a great cover on this song.  Every time I listen to this song I think how hard Aircraft Mechanics and Support…

intermittent Solenoid valve coil

Mag-Probe Applications Organized by Industry

Bartol Mag-Probe Applications Organized  by Industry     We understand that in many industries there are overlapping Mag-Probe applications. In the aircraft industry there are airports, and airports have elevators and escalators that also have relays and solenoid valves that need to be tested.  They also have vehicles with electronic ignition, another application of the Mag-Probe.…

Grounding Aircraft Can Be Costly

Grounding Boeing 737-700’s Can Be Costly It doesn’t matter whether it’s the FAA or an airline voluntarily grounding an aircraft the end result of grounding an aircraft can be extremely costly.   The Downtime lost potential revenue translates into more cost for passengers and extreme losses for the airlines.  Consistently following maintenance schedules is paramount.  Here’s…