Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a segment of Crane Co., has announced the expansion of its manufacturing capabilities in Lynnwood, Washington. A new facility will be built at the Lynnwood location and will be designed for testing and manufacturing mass fuel flow transmitters, one of the product lines manufactured at the Lynnwood site. Construction of the 12,000 square-foot facility will begin this summer.
Two Crane Aerospace & Electronics Cabin Solutions employees recently celebrated a patent award from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Ary Geuvdjelian right, and Pan Kwok, left, were recognized by Cabin Solutions Vice President Chris Cook with commemorative plaques honoring their work in creating the “Modular Seat Actuation Control System and Communication Method,” also known as the mcX Premium Seat Motion Control System.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is highlighting its Modernization, Upgrade and Repair capabilities at MRO Americas at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida, April 14-16.
We are excited to highlight our onboard Integrated Tire Pressure and Brake Temperature Monitoring System, which was recently selected by Boeing as an option for all models of the 737MAX.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is highlighting its mcX Premium Seat Motion Control System at Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany April 14-17. Attendees are invited to stop by Crane’s booth, 7C20, to check out our mcX™ Premium Seat Motion Control System.
Steve Wilhelm from the Puget Sound Business Journal recently visited Crane’s Lynnwood, Wash. facility to interview Rick Jones, VP of Sensing & Utility Systems, on the local effects of the aerospace production boom and how it will affect Crane in the coming years.
Production rate increases at manufacturers like Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, Bombardier, and COMAC have boosted demand for Crane products.
Crane will be recruiting for qualified candidates at the Snohomish County Regional Job & Resource Fair on April 1, 2015.
The Job & Resource Fair takes place at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Marysville, Washington. Veterans are given preferred access to the event from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. with the job fair open to the public from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is a tee box sponsor of hole #6 at the 2015 Arizona Business Aviation Association annual golf benefit.
The golf benefit takes place on Friday, March 27 at the Kierland Golf Club at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, in Scottsdale Arizona. Crane will be showcasing its SmartStem Wireless SmartStem Tire Pressure Indication System.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics Microwave Solutions launches the NEW 8-Way Ku-Band Iso-Divider designed for use in satellite applications. This unit represents a further expansion of the products available in this product line. The Iso-Divider combines the functions of high performance power dividers with ferrite isolators to provide a high isolation power divider solution, making the external isolators redundant, for satellite receiver applications, without introducing complex switch-based solutions. Integration of the two functions into a single package provides enhanced product reliability due to fewer external components, interconnects and transitions. Additionally, marrying the power divider and isolators in the same package allows the performance of the integrated unit to be carefully matched and better overall performance can be obtained. Size and weight of the new product are considerably less than an equivalent discrete assembly.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics will be exhibiting at SATELLITE 2015 (Booth #7124) in Washington, DC the week of March 16. Crane will be featuring Interpoint® space-qualified dc-dc converters along with NEW configurations of the Ku-Band Iso-Divider for space applications. There will be a special raffle, so stop by to learn more on how we can help configure our power and microwave solutions for your space applications!
On December 5, 2014, the Interpoint MFP0507S Point of Load (POL) dc-dc converter made its debut space flight on-board NASA’s Orion spacecraft. The 4.5 hour flight test took the Orion further into space than any spacecraft built for humans in more than 40 years. The test flight was the first step to test systems most critical for crew safety for deep space missions, including key separation events, parachutes and heatshield.