Aérazur – Air Cruiser, Zodiac Aerospace has awarded a Long Term Contract to Crane Aerospace & Electronics for the design, development and manufacture of Water Immersion Sensors. Crane’s sensors will support the Emergency Flotation System for the Bell 525 ‘Relentless’ helicopter.
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Crane congratulates the Work Opportunities organization on 50 years of service. Work Opportunities was established in 1963 in the basement of a Shaky’s Pizza Parlor. Starting with seven clients and two staff members, the organization has grown to serve almost 500 clients with 70 staff members throughout Snohomish and Whatcom counties.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is attending a career fair at Edmonds Community College, in partnership with Central Washington University, Wednesday, May 1 in the Woodway Building room 202. Crane employees will be on hand to give an overview of the company and interact with students. This is the 18th annual career fair at Edmonds Community College.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a Crane Co. segment, announces that they have signed an Authorized Repair Facility Agreement with ST Aerospace Systems PTE Ltd. Under the terms of the agreement, ST Aerospace will serve as an authorized repair facility in Singapore for a variety of Crane products for use on commercial aircraft. These include fuel pumps, proximity sensors, transformer rectifiers, battery chargers, brake control systems, wheel speed transducers and control valves.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics Lynnwood, Wash. site received Employer of the Year honors from Community Transit on April 16, 2013. The award was presented to Crane because its dedication to the Curb the Congestion program.
Curb the Congestion is a partnership between Community Transit and Snohomish County to reduce traffic and encourage healthy travel options on congested roadways.
NASA researchers look to Crane Aerospace & Electronics to provide power electronics for space garden
Botanical researchers at the NASA Kennedy Space Center, Fla., needed dc-dc converter power supplies and electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters for a prototype celestial plant garden on the International Space Station. They found their power electronics solution from Crane Aerospace & Electronics in Redmond, Wash.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics has announced the approval of its SmartStem® Wireless Tire Pressure system for use on Boeing 747-400 aircraft. This approval represents the first certification for retrofitting SmartStem on large commercial aircraft. SmartStem technology is standard on Boeing 777 and 787 production aircraft.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics is highlighting their Modernization, Upgrade and Repair capabilities at MRO Americas at the Georgia World Congress Center April 16-18. Attendees are invited to stop by Crane’s booth #2403-2405, and see a demonstration of the SmartStem Wireless Tire Pressure System, which provides a fast and reliable method of checking aircraft tire pressure without gas loss. SmartStem is designed to be easily retrofitted on existing aircraft.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a segment of Crane Co. (NYSE:CR), was recently presented with a Supplier Excellence award from B/E Aerospace, a leading provider of aircraft interior products and solutions. The award was presented to Crane’s Cabin Systems Solution leaders at B/E Aerospace’s Winston-Salem facility in February. Crane was recognized with this award for superior performance in on-time delivery and quality, as well as participating in initiatives to improve overall value in B/E’s supply chain.
Crane Aerospace & Electronics has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) and Parts Manufacturing Authority (PMA) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its SmartStem® Wireless Tire Pressure System to be fitted on the Bombardier Q-Series aircraft (Dash 8 -100, -200, -300, and -400).