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Aerometals Receives FAA STC Approval for Airbus H130 IBF System


Aerometals STC approved IBF System for the Airbus H130 (EC130T2)

6 AUG 2018, Sacramento, CA - Aftermarket civil and military aircraft parts manufacturer and engine Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) innovator Aerometals has received an FAA Supplemental Type Certification (STC) for Airbus Helicopters H130 (EC130T2) IBF System. Utilizing the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics modeling software, Aerometals' engineers have created the most effective and efficient next generation IBF design available on the market today. 

Long ago, proven as the most reliable way to protect turbine engine inlets and internal components from ingestion damage, IBF technology has now entered a new realm with the use of high technology flow modeling applications. As a result of this capability, the total filter area has been reduced through airflow optimization during the engineering and design phases. The new Airbus H130 IBF is the latest addition to the long line of high technology turbine engine air filtration systems available at Aerometals.

For additional information on the H130 IBF or any of the other innovations at Aerometals, please visit www.aerometals.aero.

About Aerometals:
Aerometals is a privately held aerospace company located in the northern California town of El Dorado Hills approximately 35 miles northeast of Sacramento, CA.   Providing a wide range of aerospace parts and assemblies, Aerometals serves both the military and commercial aerospace markets. Aerometals offerings vary from simple replacement components all the way to flight critical systems such as turbine engine inlet barrier filters. With extensive engineering expertise, Aerometals continues to increase its offerings in support of an ever-growing customer base. For additional information regarding Aerometals and the company's extensive list of capabilities, please visit www.aerometals.aero or call +1.916.939.6888.





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