RSG Receives PMA Approval for Phoenix Heliparts STC’d Installation Kits

Compressor Plenum Inspection Panel (Right) & Auto Re-Ignition Switch (Left)

RSG Products has recently signed an STC license agreement with Phoenix Heliparts (PHP) to manufacture PMA’d kits for the installation of the PHP Compressor Plenum Inspection Panel (SR02458LA) and Auto Re-Ignition Switches (SR02451LA) for the MD Helicopter 369 series helicopter models.

The Compressor Plenum Inspection Panel is a modification done to the aircraft plenum box that allows for easy accessibility to the compressor module during inspection.   This panel eliminates the reason to remove the intake fairings to perform the same inspection, significantly reducing maintenance time and expense.

The Auto Re-Ignition Switch is an upgraded version of the OEM components which are no longer available. This unit consolidates all of the OEM system elements into one, easily removable unit and provides a more visible, reliable L.E.D. light. There are two configuration options available to suit your needs.

These installation kits are available for purchase from Phoenix Heliparts and RSG Products. Installation and aircraft modification can also be provided through each company as a separate service.  “We are excited about the opportunity to work with such a great company, and look forward to future partnerships with Phoenix Heliparts” says Shannon Weidler, Director of Operations, RSG Products.

Phoenix Heliparts, an AS9110, FAA 145 certified MRO company, offers its Total Support Team to a worldwide helicopter and fixed- wing customer base to support a multitude of aircraft types, including the MD 500 series, Airbus, Bell UH-1, Bell 407 and AH-1 Cobra helicopters, and fixed-wing aircraft such as the Bombardier Dash 8-315 aircraft that PHP recently modified for the US State Department. Services include, offering a significant parts inventory for immediate shipment. Capabilities include certified engineering, avionics, interiors, sheet metal, AP & IA mechanics, field support, composites, STCs and component overhaul.