COVID-19 Update

WE WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY THE 27TH MARCH #Covid19SA #LockdownSA South Africa has been declared under lock-down for the next 21 days. As a company we support our President, and our Country, in this decision to keep our families, staff members and customers safe. Although all our technical staff will be unavailable during this…

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THE TIME HAS COME!!!!!

BIG NEWS Today, after fourteen years, we’re releasing an updated brand identity, which includes a new logo and font. You’ll see the new look anywhere we are out in public, from our uniforms, our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, our documentation and our vehicles. We believe the new look better matches how we have grown and…

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How does a Gyro Vacuum System work?

Ever wondered how your Gyro vacuum works? Here’s a very simple flow diagram of its operation. In simple, The engine driven pump sucks air through the system. The air flows in from the inlet filter, normally located under your instrument panel, directly into the inlet ports on your Artificial Horizon and Directional Gyro. The Suction…

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How To Care For Your Gyro: Proper Spool-Down Time

I found this posted by Duncan Aviation yesterday and thought it was brilliant for those operators who didn’t keep this in mind. We recently worked on a VG206D vertical gyro that required a complete overhaul. After landing and powering down the avionics, the aircraft was moved by a tug, which turned hard left to get…

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Aeronautical Instrumentation and CMC Aviation Join Forces

  Aeronautical Instrumentation is proud to announce its new partnership with CMC Aviation. The decision was made after a long deliberation to join forces with CMC Aviation, as we believe that this will bring much greater value to our valued client base, and will help in our mission to assist make Aviation in South Africa…

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Headset ticking in Cirrus Aircraft

We have just been down the road of fault finding this snag only to find that Cirrus know about it already. Thought i’d share. Headset Noise The more integrated and electrical that our airplanes and our lives get the more chance for electromagnetic interference (EMI) to cause us problems. A personal example of this is…

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Welcome to Aeronautical Instrumentation’s Blog

For those of you reading this and wondering who this Character is that is sending you e-mails, allow me the opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Clinton Carroll, owner of Aeronautical Instrumentation at Lanseria Airport. Why am I sending this you ask? Well, I have been involved in Aviation since I was a small…

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Aeronautical Welcomes Claude Froomberg

                          Aeronautical Instrumentation Lanseria is proud to announce the appointment of their newest member of staff, Claude Froomberg. Claude has joined our team as our Technical Director of Maintenance. In a statement by Clinton Carroll, Group Managing Member, he was quoted as saying…

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Another Aeronautical First

  Aeronautical Instrumentation is proud to announce another South African First in Business aviation. In December 2014, we successfully completed the first Cobham Aviator 200 on board WiFi and telecommunications system installation into a Beechcraft B200, ZS-SMC. Along with this system we removed the existing Radar screen and replaced it with an Avidyne EX600 MFD…

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