Knisley Gets EASA Approval for Cessna T206, T207, T210 Exhaust Systems
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) awarded an approval for Knisley Welding to sell the modified aircraft exhaust systems of the Cessna T206, Cessna T207, and Cessna T210. The EASA is the arm of the European Union in charge of the regulation of civilian aviation safety. One of its functions is the approval of organizations involved in the design, manufacture, and maintenance of aeronautics-related products.
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APPROVED CESSNA AIRCRAFTS
The EASA approved the sale of the modified aircraft exhaust systems of the following Cessna Aircrafts:
Cessna Turbo 206 (T206) is a six-seater turbocharged aircraft that is also called as the Turbo Stationair. It is a variant of the Cessna 206 and was first released in 1998. It is powered by a 310 hp Lycoming TSIO-540-AJ1A engine.
Cessna T207 is a seven-seater variant of the T206. It was later developed to be an eight-seater aircraft. It is powered by a 300 hp TSIO-520-G engine.
Cessna T210 is the turbocharged variant of the Cessna 210. The 210 family is also known as the Centurion.
Knisley Welding: A truly reliable Aircraft Exhaust System Company
The EASA has laid out numerous regulations including the implementing rules for the certification of aircraft and related products such as parts and appliances. One of the concerns of EASA is exhaust emissions.
The EASA approval of the sale of Cessna T206, Cessna T207, and Cessna T210 aircraft modified exhaust systems by Knisley Welding means that Knisley Welding complies with the requirements of EASA for organizations that are engaged in aeronautical products which include aircraft exhaust systems which Knisley Welding specializes on.
This once again proves that Knisley Welding adheres to the highest standards in its business. Knisley Welding will continue to strive for improvement to provide the best aircraft exhaust systems, as well as their installation, maintenance, and repair, for its clients.