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…

Intrinsically Safe Underwater Tested Mag-Probe

Kevin Gittemeier’s YouTube Video Shows the Value of the Bartol Mag-Probe which is an Intrinsically Safe Underwater Tested Non-Contact Solenoid Valve and Relay Tool that can be Used in Explosive Environments .     Solenoid valve testers that operate using interchangeable batteries are not  intrinsically safe and are at risk of corroding internal contact points rendering them useless when testing…

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Mag-Probe & Tesla Meter App

  Kevin Gittemeier  Did a Great Video on YouTube Demonstrating the Bartol Mag-Probe Testing the Magnetic Fields Around Hard Drive Magnets and comparing it to the Tesla Meter   Bartol Mag-Probe & Tesla Meter App Testing the Magnetic Fields Around Hard Drive Magnets   We are no longer selling the Standard (S) Model Bartol Mag-Probe,…

Mag-Probe Specifications Applications

Mag-Probe Industry Applications: Aircraft Maintenance  Food Processing  Nuclear & Conventional Power Plants – Chemical Processing Commercial Trucks – Printing Companies – Military, Cargo, & Cruise Ships Construction Equipment  Trains – Hospital Equipment – Sterile Environments – Clean Rooms – Integrated Circuit Manufacturing  Underwater Applications  Oil Exploration Equipment – Sewage Disposal & Treatment Plants – Military…

Testing a Fuel Control Valve on a Boeing 737

Test on a B737 Fuel Control Valve International Aircraft Technician Saemi Talks About How He Uses the Mag-Probe on Aircraft.  Saemi sent the following Email regarding his Test on a Boeing737 Fuel Control Valve and how quickly he solved the problem using the Bartol Mag-Probe. Hi Bob, Just yesterday we had a mechanical failure with a B737…