RF System Lab Offers Assistance with Bombardier Emergency Airworthiness Directive CF-2014-27

The Federal Aviation Administration recently released an Emergency Airworthiness Directive (EAD) to owners and operators of Bombardier, Inc. Model CL-600-2B16 airplanes. RF System Lab, a worldwide leader in remote visual inspection and makers of the VJ-Advance articulating video borescope would like to provide assistance in complying with EAD CF-2014-27.

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VJ-Advance Video Borescope

Traverse City, MI (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

The Federal Aviation Administration recently released an Emergency Airworthiness Directive (EAD) to owners and operators of Bombardier, Inc. Model CL-600-2B16 airplanes. The EAD CF-2014-27, issued to correct unsafe conditions on the CL-600-2B16 models, states the following:

“There have been three in-service reports on 604 Variant airplanes of a fractured fastener head on the inboard flap hinge-box forward fitting at Wing Station (WS) 76.50, found during routine maintenance inspection. Investigation revealed that the installation of these fasteners on the inboard flap hinge-box forward fittings at WS 76.50 and WS 127.25, on both wings, does not conform to the engineering drawings. Incorrect installation may result in premature failure of the fasteners attaching the inboard flap hing-box forward fitting… and consequently the detachment of the flap surface. The loss of a flap could adversely affect the continued safe operation of the airplane.”

The EAD goes on to mandate a “detailed visual inspection of each inboard flap hinge-box forward fitting, on both wings, to determine if the fasteners are correctly oriented and intact and complete rectification as required.” If any fastener is found fractured, the EAD requires owners and operators of the Bombardier, Inc. Model CL-600-2B16 airplanes to “replace all forward and aft fasteners at WS 76.50 and 127.25 before further flight and within 24 months, if any incorrectly installed fasteners are found.” In addition, if any incorrectly oriented but intact fasteners are found, and no fractured fastener is found, the EAD requires owners and operators to “repeat the visual inspection… at intervals not to exceed 10 flight cycles, until the replacement of all forward and aft fasteners at WS 76.50 and WS 127.25, on both wings have been done.”

RF System Lab, a worldwide leader in remote visual inspection and makers of the VJ-Advance articulating video borescope would like to provide assistance in complying with EAD CF-2014-27. The VJ-Advance (VJ-ADV) video borescope, available in 6.9mm, 3.9mm, and super slim 2.8mm diameters, offers advanced features like 4-way joystick-controlled articulation and hi-res photo, video, and audio recording capabilities. The most suitable VJ-ADV video borescope for owners and operators of the Bombardier, Inc Model CL-600-2B16 airplanes who need to complete these EAD inspections is the 2.8mm unit, which will all access through all access holes and backer plates.

RF System Lab understands the urgency of this EAD as well as the importance of keeping downtime to a minimum, which is why they are able to ship a video borescope to your facility next day, if needed. Visit http://www.rfsystemlab.us for more information on how the VJ-ADV can help you confidently complete visual inspections; or contact one of their borescope experts today at (855) 787-6966 to find out more about the VJ-ADV video borescope and their no-cost, no-obligation demo program.


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