Karlsruhe, 07.03.2019 – For optimized operation of helicopters in air rescue, SPAES GmbH & Co. KG supplied a customer with two more adapter plates for integration of a medical seat on Airbus AS 365 Dauphin helicopter.
The adapter plate facilitate the mounting of optional two medical backpacks and an ECMO bracket. “The STC increases the flexibility of medical operations and offers more space for the crew. The adapter plate can be used for all variants of SA/AS 365 Dauphin, said Joachim Kies, Head of Operational Business SPAES.
For production of the adapter plate, first the single parts are manufactured. After surface treatment, the parts were installed on the adapter plate. For completion of the adapter plate the seat was mounted and installed in the helicopter.
An EASA STC for the adapter plates is already available.
About SPAES GmbH & Co. KG:
SPAES is a successful company in the field of aviation. As a specialist for technical solutions, SPAES offers products and services for aviation. This includes the design and certification of equipment, own products and systems as well as their integration and approval in aircrafts. The aviation products are designed, produced and certified according to European Technical Standard Order (ETSO). As an EASA Part-21J Design Organization the company offers Supplement Type Certificate (STC), Minor Change and Minor Repair in the field of avionics, cabin interior, structure and electrical systems and medical equipment. SPAES develops installation KIT’s for Minor Change and STC which are integrated in aircrafts by a maintenance organization Part-145. As the requirements for design and compliance verification engineers are increasing steadily in aviation, SPAES offers special trainings in the field of small and large helicopters (CS29/27) and small airplanes (CS23).
Joachim Schanz, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SPAES GmbH & Co. KG, founded the company in 2014 in Mannheim. Since 2019 the Headquarter of SPAES is situated at Karlsruhe. The location in Mannheim (the earlier headquarter) at the City Airport is now a branch.