Aerospace and Aviation, Manufacturing

Aero-Missile Components Named FLEXLOC Locknut Master Distributor by SPS Technologies

Author: Precision Aerospace Components Inc.
Dateline: Staten Island, New York (STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.)  | Thu, 18 Oct 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Aero-Missile Components, a subsidiary of Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK:PAOS), has been named a Master Distributor by SPS Technologies in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania for its FLEXLOC(R) Locknut product line.”



A R T I C L E:

Aero-Missile Components, a subsidiary of Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK:PAOS), has been named a Master Distributor by SPS Technologies in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania for its FLEXLOC(R) Locknut product line.

The FLEXLOC(R) Locknut is a premium locknut line with Military, Aerospace and Industrial applications. FLEXLOC(R) locknuts have been designed into challenging joint applications by engineers for over 50 years. The FLEXLOC(R) line enjoys an unequalled history of success in applications where resistance to severe vibration is required.

As a Master Distributor, Aero-Missile Components will service a network of SPS Authorized FLEXLOC(R) Distributors. The FLEXLOC(R) Locknut product line is manufactured by SPS Technologies domestically here in the United States. FLEXLOC(R) is a registered trademark of SPS Technologies, a PCC Company.

About Precision Aerospace Components, Inc.

Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK: PAOS) is a provider of quality aerospace and industrial components. Precision is building a leading component, fabrication and service business. Management is growing the company through a combination of product line expansions and strategic acquisitions.

Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. operates today under its subsidiaries, Freundlich Supply Company, Inc., Tiger-Tight Corp., Aero-Missile Components, Inc. and Creative Assembly Systems, Inc. Additional details regarding PAC and its subsidiaries are available on its website: http://www.precaeroinc.com/ .

Aero-Missile Components, 351 Camer Drive, Bensalem, PA 19020.

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Aerospace and Aviation, Manufacturing

Kubota Research’s P-Wave/PTIR(TM) IR Assisted Advanced Out Of Autoclave (OOA) Process

Author: Kubota Research Associates, Inc.
Dateline: Hockessin, Delaware (HOCKESSIN, Del.)  | Mon, 27 Aug 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Kubota Research Associates, Inc. headquartered in Hockessin, Delaware, has developed a new P-Wave/PTIR(TM) IR Assisted Advanced Out Of Autoclave process to enhance adhesion properties as well as significantly accelerate the curing speed of thermoset resin systems for installing Adhesive Bonded Fasteners (ABF) such as CLICKBOND(R) studs and standoff onto composite fuselage and metal structures.”



A R T I C L E:

Kubota Research Associates, Inc. headquartered in Hockessin, Delaware, has developed a new P-Wave/PTIR(TM) IR Assisted Advanced Out Of Autoclave process to enhance adhesion properties as well as significantly accelerate the curing speed of thermoset resin systems for installing Adhesive Bonded Fasteners (ABF) such as CLICKBOND(R) studs and standoff onto composite fuselage and metal structures.

The TRL 7 process was demonstrated for the US NAVY Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) through a NAVAIR SBIR Phase II N08-030 program and jointly evaluated at Bell Helicopter and the University of Delaware Center for Composite Materials (UDel-CCM).

OEM qualified room temperature cured structure grade two part epoxy adhesives such as Henkel Hysol(R) EA9394 and Magnobond(R) 6398 are used to install CLICKBOND(R) fasteners onto composite fuselages. These adhesives are extremely temperature sensitive for curing and typically set in 24 hours and cure in 5 to 7 days at 25 C/77 F. The P-Wave/PTIR(TM) process used with the same qualified adhesives can bond and cure the fasteners onto the substrate in less than 10 minutes. The process can be applied under a broad range of operating temperature conditions from -20 C (-4 F) to 50 C (122 F).

The process enhances wettability between the adhesive and substrates to significantly increase the fastener to substrate bonding strength. In addition, the P-Wave/PTIR(TM) ABF installation fixture is reusable and replaces the disposable one time use Pressure Application Fixture.

The P-Wave/PTIR(TM) IR Assisted Advanced Out Of Autoclave module and fastener bonding test results were exhibited at the 2012 NAVY Opportunity Forum. Kubota Research will participate the Matchmaking at The 2012 National SBIR Beyond Phase II Conference at Indianapolis, Indiana on September 10 - 13, 2012.

Kubota Research Associates is a member of the UDel-CCM University-Industry Consortium, a globally recognized center of excellence for research and knowledge in the advanced composites industry.

Mike Kubota, CEO of Kubota Research Associates said, "We are pleased to have established a working relationship with UDel-CCM. Our company along with our global partner Bell Helicopter looks forward to collaborating with UD-CCM to advance the development of P-Wave/PTIR technology to bring a new generation of cost-effective composite parts manufacturing methods to the industry."

A complete description of UDel-CCM and the Consortium can be found at http://www.ccm.udel.edu .

About Kubota Research Associates, Inc.:

Founded in 2000, Kubota Research Associates Inc. is a technology company that has developed and patented the award winning P-Wave(TM) technology, a unique new process for joining plastics and manufacturing advanced composites. The company manufactures and markets plastic joining systems, while providing custom-engineered composite fabrication solutions to the worldwide market. The P-Wave/PTIR(TM) process technology invented by Kubota Research is a core technology for the development of a range of new continuous fiber reinforced thermoset and thermoplastic composites that have cost/performance characteristics exceeding the performance of conventionally manufactured composites.

For more information, visit the website http://www.KubotaResearch.com/ and/or contact "Mike" Masanori Kubota, of Kubota Research Associates, Inc., at 302-683-0199.

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Aerospace and Aviation, Manufacturing

SpaceX Utilizes Tiger-Tight Corp’s Friction Washer Technology for Its First Mission to The International Space Station

Author: Tiger-Tight Corp
Dateline: Staten Island, New York (STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.)  | Wed, 18 Jul 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “TIGER-TIGHT CORP., a subsidiary of Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK:PAOS), had its proprietary friction washer technology used by SpaceX (Space Exploration Technologies) on the Dragon spacecraft launched atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on May 22, 2012.”



A R T I C L E:

TIGER-TIGHT CORP., a subsidiary of Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK:PAOS), had its proprietary friction washer technology used by SpaceX (Space Exploration Technologies) on the Dragon spacecraft launched atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on May 22, 2012.

The TIGER-TIGHT technology operates on a micro-topographic scale. Industrial diamonds embedded in an electro-less nickel matrix penetrate and interlock with the mating surfaces to create an extremely high retaining force and prevent loosening under vibration and shock. (*See the Diamond Matrix Graphic below.)

Because the interaction is at the micro level, there is no critical damage to the affected surfaces.

Tiger-tight washers and shims promote safe, effective joints under static and dynamic load conditions by resisting loosening from external transverse loads and/or distributing the joint pre-load.

Tests conducted on a Junker Vibration Test Rig, designed to impart transverse cyclic loads on a fastener joint, show Tiger-tight outperforms all other competitors tested.

About Precision Aerospace Components, Inc.:

Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (OTCBB:PAOS / PINK:PAOS) is a provider of quality aerospace and industrial components. Precision is building a leading component, fabrication and service business. Management is growing the company through a combination of product line expansions and strategic acquisitions. Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. and its subsidiaries, Freundlich Supply Company, Inc. and Tiger-Tight Corp. are among the first U.S. based fastener distributors to receive AS-9100 Rev. C certification; they are also certified to ISO-9001. Its other subsidiaries are Aero-Missile Components, Inc., which is certified to AS-9020 and ISO 9001, and Creative Assembly Systems, Inc., which is certified to ISO 9001. More details are available on its website: http://www.precaeroinc.com/ .

About Tiger-Tight:

Tiger-Tight Corp. is the North American master distributor of Tiger-Tight Friction Washers. Tiger-Tight washers promote safe, effective bolted joints under static and dynamic load conditions by distributing the pre-load and resisting loosening from external transverse loads. Its patented coating features industrial diamonds embedded in an electro-less nickel matrix that penetrate and interlock with the mating surfaces to create an extremely high retaining force and prevent joint relaxation. Additional product information is available on its website: http://www.tigertight.com/ .

About SpaceX:

SpaceX designs, manufactures and launches the world's most advanced rockets and spacecraft. With a diverse manifest of 40 launches to deliver commercial and government satellites to orbit, SpaceX is the world's fastest growing launch services provider. In 2012, SpaceX made history when its Dragon spacecraft became the first commercial vehicle in history to successfully attach to the International Space Station-a feat previously achieved by only four governments. With the retirement of the space shuttle, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon spacecraft are carrying cargo, and one day astronauts, to and from the space station for NASA. Founded in 2002 by Elon Musk, SpaceX is a private company owned by management and employees, with minority investments from Founders Fund, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Valor Equity Partners. The company has more than 1,800 employees in California, Texas, Florida and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit http://spacex.com/ .

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Aerospace and Aviation, Manufacturing

Precision Aerospace Components Acquires FDMC

Author: Precision Aerospace Components Inc.
Dateline: Staten Island, New York (STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.)  | Thu, 21 Jun 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Precision Aerospace Components Inc. (OTCBB:PAOS), a growing provider of fasteners and components to the military and aerospace industries under its Freundlich Supply and Tiger-Tight companies, announced it has acquired the assets of Fastener Distribution and Marketing Company, (FDMC).”



A R T I C L E:

Precision Aerospace Components Inc. (OTCBB:PAOS / PINK:PAOS), a growing provider of fasteners and components to the military and aerospace industries under its Freundlich Supply and Tiger-Tight companies, announced it has acquired the assets of Fastener Distribution and Marketing Company, (FDMC). FDMC is the parent company of Aero-Missile Components, (AMC) and Creative Assembly Systems, (CAS).

AMC provides fasteners and other components to the military and aerospace industries; CAS provides fasteners, tooling and other products to the transportation, housing infrastructure and white goods markets.

In announcing the transaction, Andrew Prince, Precision Aerospace Components President and CEO, said, "This transaction complements all four operating companies by providing access to greater combined resources serving a broader addressed market. I am excited about bringing these two management teams together to further the Company's long term objectives."

Richard McVaugh, a respected fastener industry executive and the President of FDMC, who has overseen the growth of AMC and CAS will assume the role of President of each of the Precision Aerospace subsidiaries. Mr. McVaugh noted, "All customers of each of our companies will be better served as a result of this acquisition. We look forward to bringing increased service and offerings to both present and future customers."

With this acquisition Precision Aerospace Components Inc. and its subsidiaries Aero-Missile Components, Inc. and Freundlich Supply Company, Inc. and Creative Assembly Systems, Inc., will have operations throughout the United States, will provide a responsive and knowledgeable quality fastener solution to customer needs and provide the support to introduce the revolutionary Tiger-Tight locking washer - the domestically fabricated lock washer that really holds without loosening and does not destroy the surface material to which it is holding.

In the upcoming 12 months, the combined companies anticipate producing over $33M in revenues and an operating profit (before any expenses associated with the acquisition and taxes) of over $3M.

More information online: http://www.precaeroinc.com.

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Aerospace and Aviation, Manufacturing

Freundlich Supply Company to Receive AS9100 Rev. C Certification – Among First U.S.-based Distributors to be Registered

Author: Freundlich Supply Company
Dateline: Staten Island, New York (STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.)  | Fri, 20 Apr 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Freundlich Supply Company, a subsidiary of Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK:PAOS), is among the first U.S.-based fastener distributors to receive AS9100 Rev. C certification. This achievement is another significant milestone in Freundlich's 70+ year history of supplying high quality fasteners to Government, aerospace and industrial markets.”



A R T I C L E:

Freundlich Supply Company, a subsidiary of Precision Aerospace Components, Inc. (PINK:PAOS), is among the first U.S.-based fastener distributors to receive AS9100 Rev. C certification. This achievement is another significant milestone in Freundlich's 70+ year history of supplying high quality fasteners to Government, aerospace and industrial markets.

"We work hard to fine tune our processes and quality management system. By doing so, we emphasize our commitment for continuous improvement in all areas of the business," said Bob Serabin, Freundlich's General Manager.

Underscoring this, Andrew Prince, CEO of Precision Aerospace Components said, "We are pleased that Precision Aerospace Components and its subsidiaries: FREUNDLICH SUPPLY CO. and Tiger-Tight Corp meet these standards, because it assures our customers that the products we supply will also meet or exceed their expectations for quality and performance."

About AS9100:2009 Revision C:

AS9100:2009 Revision C is a robust assessment of a company's internal processes. It focuses on supplier management, on-time delivery, product conformity and risk management. It was prepared by the International (Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific) Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) representing a broadly supported cooperative organization formed to make significant quality improvements and cost reductions throughout the value stream. Among the various stakeholders are: civil aviation authorities, defense and space industry and authorities, certification/registration bodies, trade associations and IAQG member companies (e.g. Boeing, Airbus, Bell, Bombardier).

About Precision Aerospace Components, Inc.:

Precision Aerospace Components is a public company trading under the symbol PAOS ( PINK:PAOS / OTC: PAOS.PK ). Its vision is to build a leading aerospace component, fabrication and service business. Management plans to grow the company through a combination of product line expansions and strategic acquisitions. More details are available on its website: http://www.precaeroinc.com .

About Freundlich Supply Company, Inc.:

Freundlich has been serving the aerospace and industrial markets since 1940, with quality products manufactured by Alcoa, Maclean Esna, SPS Technologies, Abbott Interfast, Bristol, Greer, MRL and other Government approved QPL (Quality Products Listing) suppliers. All products are lot traceable with manufacturer certifications and physical and chemical test reports on file. The company includes its inventory list of approximately 6,000 SKUs and its e-commerce on-line catalogue on its website: http://www.fresupco.com .

About Tiger-Tight Corp.:

Tiger-tight is the North American master distributor of Tiger-Tight Friction Washers. Tiger-Tight washers promote safe, effective bolted joints under static and dynamic load conditions by distributing the pre-load and resisting loosening from external transverse loads. Its patented coating features industrial diamonds embedded in an electro-less nickel matrix that penetrate and interlock with the mating surfaces to create an extremely high retaining force and prevent joint relaxation. Additional product information is available on its website: http://www.tigertight.com .

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Aerospace and Aviation

Council of Energy Resource Tribes and BioJet form Strategic Alliance

Author: BioJet International Ltd.
Dateline: Santa Barbara, California (SANTA BARBARA, Calif.)  | Tue, 10 Jan 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “The Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT) today announced formation of a strategic business relationship with BioJet International. CERT is comprised of 57 sovereign Indian tribes as members. CERT members collectively own and manage more than 30 percent of the coal west of the Mississippi; 40 percent of domestic uranium; and 10 percent of known national oil and gas reserves in the United States.”



A R T I C L E:

The Council of Energy Resource Tribes (CERT) today announced formation of a strategic business relationship with BioJet International. CERT is comprised of 57 sovereign Indian tribes as members.

CERT members collectively own and manage more than 30 percent of the coal west of the Mississippi; 40 percent of domestic uranium; and 10 percent of known national oil and gas reserves in the United States. CERT members also manage millions of acres of agricultural lands from which feedstock for biofuels may be grown. Learn more at: http://74.63.154.129 .

BioJet International is a leading supply chain integrator in renewable (bio) jet fuel and related co-products which include green diesel for the aviation and related commercial transportation sectors. BioJet has received last year a funding facility commitment of $1.2 billion to capitalize its supply chain projects program which include feedstock and refining projects as well as investments and related strategic acquisitions. The firm's operations span the entire biofuel chain including the generation of feedstock; technology; refining; logistics; sustainability certification; distribution and eventual end use by the aviation sector world-wide. BioJet is also the first Alternative Fuels Strategic Partner of the International Air Transport Association. Learn more at: http://www.biojetcorp.com .

David Lester, CERT Executive Director, said "We believe our sovereign tribal members together with BioJet are well suited to lead one of the largest economic transitions in history: the transition from a fossil based to a biofuel based transportation sector, and on a larger scale, the transition to building a foundation for sustainable tribal communities and an infrastructure for United States energy independence. This effort will be led for CERT by Robert J. Martin, former National Ombudsman of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington D.C., as leader of the RES Alliance with which BioJet is a strategic partner. We are poised for a long transition period wherein biofuels gain large market share not only from fossil fuels but also from ethanol."

Mitch Hawkins, Chairman and CEO of BioJet, said "We envision the scope of our business relationship broadly with CERT to include at least $1 Billion worth of joint projects over a ten year period locating feedstock generation and refining operations to provide biofuels for commercial airlines and ground transportation at key locations throughout the western United States."

CERT and BioJet expect to conclude a Memorandum of Agreement in the next 60 days to define the terms of their participation.

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Aerospace and Aviation, Electronics, Product Launches

Flight Management Computers for Immediate Delivery from CB Jones International Ltd.

Author: CB Jones International, LLC
Dateline: Bellevue, Washington State (BELLEVUE, Wash.)  | Fri, 30 Sep 2011

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “CB Jones International, LLC President Craig Jones announced today that the company is now offering the 4 MCU flight management computer (FMC part number 176200-01-01) at significant savings over original equipment manufacturer (OEM) pricing. Most significantly, multiple FMCs are ready for immediate delivery on a first come, first serve basis.”



A R T I C L E:

CB Jones International, LLC President Craig Jones announced today that the company is now offering the 4 MCU flight management computer (FMC part number 176200-01-01) at significant savings over original equipment manufacturer (OEM) pricing. Most significantly, multiple FMCs are ready for immediate delivery on a first come, first serve basis. Typical industry lead times recently have been 200 days or more.

Airlines interested in stocking FMC part number 176200-01-01 or planning to retrofit 737s with the latest 4 MCU flight management computers can contact CB Jones International to request a 17-page white paper outlining the benefits, capabilities and specifications associated with 4 MCU- Model 2907C1, FMC p/n 176200-01-01. In general, the greatest benefit for airlines using the 4 MCU FMC will be significant fuel savings.

When decision makers compare 4 MCU to 8 MCU FMCs they will find the 4 MCU p/n 176200-01-01 use less energy (27 watts versus 100 watts), have a much better mean time between failures (MTBF) (18,000 hours versus 6,000 hours) and are lighter (11 lbs. versus 35 lbs.).

In general, when airlines upgrade to 4MCU flight management computers, they save on maintenance costs in two ways. First, the three year warranty on the new computers will relieve the airline of ongoing internal maintenance costs, and second, after the warranty period, the airline will be operating flight management computers that have lower average cost of repairs due to the improvement to the MTFB rate.

Some highlights of the flight management computers CB Jones International offers include 32 bit architecture, on board loadable software and database, extra spare capacity in speed, memory and interfaces, single FMC operation including "Both on Left" or "Both on Right" available in case of failure, flexible ACARS permitting the airlines to change Message Content and Transmission Triggers without re-certification, Integrated GS and IRS Navigation Certified for RNP RNAV Approach and Departure Operations, "irregular operation" meaning RNP benefits are achieved by using RNAV/RNP approaches.

CB Jones International has over 35 years of experience in the aviation industry trading with customers in over 25 countries worldwide. Learn more about how CB Jones International can help you with flight management computers or flight management systems from the website at http://www.flightmanagementcomputer.com .

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Aerospace and Aviation, Business, Transportation

Billioninvest Enters Into Negotiations to Market Bush Planes within Remote Russian Regions

Author: Billioninvest Corporation
Dateline: Bushkill, Pennsylvania (BUSHKILL, Pa.)  | Tue, 19 Jul 2011

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Billioninvest Corporation, a U.S.-based international marketing and management consulting company, is breaking ground with its most challenging project ever - connecting distant regions of Russia to places of industry and commerce via bush planes.”



A R T I C L E:

Billioninvest Corporation, a U.S.-based international marketing and management consulting company, is breaking ground with its most challenging project ever - connecting distant regions of Russia to places of industry and commerce via bush planes.

Territory in Russia is so vast and the climate - very diverse. Therefore, multiple types of transportation (aviation, marine, automotive, railroad) are highly sought after because getting from place to place within reasonable time and some level of comfort can prove to be a major challenge.

As a result, Billioninvest and its Russian-American expert team is enthusiastically working on reviewing case studies that reveal transportation alternatives to improve direct interaction between U.S. and Russian small business traders who continue to seek economically-viable delivery options.

Currently, negotiations are underway between Billioninvest, Canada's Viking Air and small regional Russian airlines for new and used short take off and landing (STOL) airplanes.

"Billioninvest is working with representatives of local airlines in Sakha Republic, located in the Russian Far East, to buy or lease nine of these North American-made bush planes for commercial cargo and small passenger application within the region," says Vladimir Biryukov, Ph.D., Chief Expert of Billioninvest.

Wheel skis and amphibious floats combine wheels with skis or floats, giving the pilot the option of landing on snow/water or a traditional paved runway.

"Our customers are considering buying these planes for Russian markets because of their technical qualities and exceptional value," adds Biryukov.

Biryukov is a well-known Russian-American economist and business consultant. He is a world-class economic advisor with an outstanding background in development within the Russian market and in transitional economics.

To date, small-scale flights to distant areas such as the Far East and Siberia were too expensive, too complicated and too limited.

Today, small Russian private businesses are allowed to own or lease foreign-made small planes, in turn, opening up opportunities for small companies in these remote regions.

Reasons for owning or leasing a bush plane include: transporting small parcels to regions where there is no way to land a regular plane; to evacuate a small group of people in an emergency situation; and to facilitate trade between the U.S. and remote Russia.

STOL planes have become so popular that there is already a long waiting list for new deliveries, not only from the Russian market, but worldwide.

"In today's global economy, the need to connect remote Russian regions to other areas is one of the most pressing needs for regional air carriers in the Russian Far East; it's a massive undertaking, but one we are willing to pursue," says Biryukov.

For more information, visit: www.tradedelux.com .

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Story Title: Billioninvest Enters Into Negotiations to Market Bush Planes within Remote Russian Regions
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Aerospace and Aviation

BioJet Supports Aviation Biofuel Approval with One Billion Gallon Availability

Author: BioJet International Ltd.
Dateline: Santa Barbara, California (SANTA BARBARA, Calif.)  | Wed, 06 Jul 2011

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “BioJet International Ltd. announces that it joins the worldwide Aviation Industry celebrating approval of bio-derived jet fuel for commercial use (ASTM International revised D7566). Concurrent with this approval, and to aid in development of the bio-aviation market, BioJet is releasing One Billion Gallons of Renewable Jet Fuel to long-term contracts.”



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BioJet International Ltd. announces that it joins the worldwide Aviation Industry celebrating approval of bio-derived jet fuel for commercial use (ASTM International revised D7566). Concurrent with this approval, and to aid in development of the bio-aviation market, BioJet is releasing One Billion Gallons of Renewable Jet Fuel to long-term contracts.

This is a one time introductory offer made to the Commercial Aviation Industry on special pricing and terms. No deposit, take or pay contracts will be freely transferable and may be assigned or traded over the life of the contract provided that the financial capacity of the assignee is at least equal to that of the original Purchaser.

Pricing will be fixed at US$2.97 per gallon. Alternatively, the buyer may elect to index at par with petroleum jet fuel with a US$3.50 cap and US$2.50 floor.

BioJet International, Ltd. is a leading international supply chain integrator for renewable (bio) jet fuel and related products for the aviation and transportation industries that include renewable ("green") diesel, feedstock oil, and feedstock co-products.

BioJet operates throughout the entire biofuel value chain and engages feedstock generation, technology, refining, logistics, sustainability certification, distribution, and eventual end use by the aviation and transportation sector user.

In February 2011 BioJet received a US$1.2 Billion funding facility from Equity Partners Fund. The facility is the cornerstone of BioJet's US$6+ Billion supply chain capital projects program over the next 10 years which includes feedstock and refining projects, as well as investment and strategic acquisitions.

This offer is made possible because BioJet, through its subsidiaries, owns and controls multiple, very large biofuels feedstock projects around the world. This unique position provides BioJet with the ability to control its internal allocation of resources for a significant cost control advantage while other companies are subject to severe fluctuations in cost and availability of feedstock.

For more information, visit: http://www.biojetcorp.com .

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Story Title: BioJet Supports Aviation Biofuel Approval with One Billion Gallon Availability
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Aerospace and Aviation

Innovative Solution to Increase Helicopter Safety and Reduce Operational Costs

Author: Shake'd Technologies, Inc.
Dateline: New York, New York (NEW YORK, N.Y.)  | Thu, 31 Mar 2011

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Can a reduction in helicopter vibration levels increase safety of flight and reduce its operating costs? 'Absolutely,' says Eli Navon, CEO of Shake'd Technologies, Inc., a New York-based company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced rotary wing innovations.”



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Can a reduction in helicopter vibration levels increase safety of flight and reduce its operating costs? "Absolutely," says Eli Navon, CEO of Shake'd Technologies, Inc., a New York-based company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced rotary wing innovations. "Many helicopter owners and operators users have borne the cost of dynamic components failing long before their scheduled time before overhaul (TBO). Though vibrations can never be fully eliminated, the best and only effective way to ensure a helicopter's longevity is to continue reducing its vibration levels."

Helicopter vibration is so serious in fact, that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has recently announced its plan to have all U.S.-certified rotorcraft install or be serviced using some type of mechanical condition monitoring or other maintenance actions to control or reduce vibrations. This call to action was prompted by a number of helicopter crashes caused by mechanical component failures worldwide, including many that have resulted in fatalities.

High vibration in helicopters causes severe damage to fuselage structural integrity. It also minimizes components life span and adversely affects operator comfort and control. It has been reported that most safety-related problems in various parts of the aircraft were caused by vibrations, including cracked welds, cracked fuselages, loose wiring connections, and in-flight failure of dynamic components.

"High vibrations can lead to instabilities during flight, making the control difficult and in some cases impossible. These conditions affect fuselage and dynamic component structural integrity including onboard avionics and navigation equipment that can lead to catastrophic results," stated Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Eitan Ben Eliyahu, former Commander of the Israeli Air Force (IAF), an aviator for 38 years, and a strong supporter of the CDB program.

In response, Shake'd Technologies, Inc., has developed Customized Dynamic Balancing (CDB), an innovative process to immediately reduce overall aircraft vibration. In effect, operating and support (O&S) costs are lessened, while aircraft availability, logistics supportability and safety measures are increased. CDB is considered a "Preventive Maintenance Process," which means that it keeps the component vibration deterioration rate low and moves component lifetime closer to TBO. The longer a dynamic component remains on-wing, the lower the operating cost to the operator. Each helicopter's drive-train is physically balanced within its own vibration profile. The solution requires tuning each aircraft every 200-flight hours to verify the aircraft low vibration environment. Its onboard monitoring systems can also detect unexpected behavior in vibrations and diagnose trends, ensuring a smooth and certainly safer flight.

CDB's approach is based on holistic analysis, rather than the analysis of separate components. CDB emphasizes the importance of the dynamics of the whole drive-train, and the interaction between its inter-dependent parts instead of isolating by analyzing the drive-train by specific components. CDB supports the Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) concept by providing Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) data that supports predictive maintenance practices based on actual conditions of dynamic components vs unscheduled maintenance. CDB is very useful in identifying and troubleshooting various material issues beyond the drive-train, it also avoids the costly 'guesswork' incurred by maintainers who waste time and money trying to find the root source of a particular problem.

"This unique technology includes main rotor track and balance during ground run, so that the aircraft can be serviceable after only one test flight in the air," Navon said. "Additionally, the solution is able to examine the health condition of each gear mesh in all gearboxes and report unusual behavior to the user."

"By immediately reducing vibration in the drive train, and periodically checking and re-balancing the aircraft as required, the aircraft can achieve and maintain a minimum vibration profile over its life," Navon said. "Many fatal accidents could have been prevented using technologies such as CDB."

Experimental test pilots who have flown Apache aircraft immediately after applying CDB have told us "it has made an obvious difference, not only are the vibrations way down, the noise in the cockpit is quieter".

Another important attribute of the CDB is its ability to integrate (in full or in part) with other health and usage monitoring systems. Since the critical part of the CDB system is software, integration efforts would mostly involve software integration engineering. Collected data can be passed to the CDB system via a digital storage device (digi-stick), or other similar means, and loaded into the technician's computer for processing.

Since its development three years ago, CDB has successfully provided safer flights and lower cost operations to an international fleet of rotary wing aircraft. Today, Customized Dynamic Balancing is fully developed and proven to be very effective in immediately solving vibration challenges, reducing operating and support (O&S) costs and increasing both aircraft availability and logistics supportability.

For more information visit the CDB website at www.cdbdata.com .

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