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Fliegen Works is working with Joel Wattum to produce an installation STC kit for the Cessna 170A, 170B, and basic 172 to install Aerocet 2200 twin seaplane floats. Recently we finished up the engineering and flight testing and now have FAA design approval by STC SA02400AK.  Joel is accepting orders.

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Summary: Developed a certification plan for installation of Aerocet 5850 Twin Seaplane Floats on a Dehavilland DHC-2 Beaver Airplane.

Project Name: Aerocet Floats Installation on a DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver Airplane

Client: Aerocet Inc.

Client Request: To receive a certification plan that would allow them to get an STC for installing Aerocet 5850 floats on a DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver airplane.

Project Summary: The client designed new composite floats for installation on the DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver airplane. They asked Fliegen Works to develop a certification plan and checklist to get this installation approved by the FAA. Fliegen Works also performed flight and landing structural loads analysis on the float attachments in order to certify the mounting of the new floats.

Results: Fliegen Works developed a compliance plan and checklist and developed a Maintenance Manual (MM), Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA), and an Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC). The installation has been approved for an STC.

FAA Approvals: STC for installation of Aerocet Floats on a DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver airplane.

Beaver on Aerocet 5850 Floats front


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