Air Comm Corporation Announces Delivery Of 1000th Black Hawk Helicopter Cabin Heating System

Avatar for Vertical MagBy Vertical Mag | August 31, 2010

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BOULDER, Colo. (September 1, 2010) Air Comm Corp. next delivered its 1,000th BLACK HAWK helicopter cabin heating system to Sikorsky Aircraft in August.
 
Weighing in at just 16.5 pounds, the BLACK HAWK heating systems are warming the cabins of helicopters flown by active U.S. Army and National Guard units worldwide.
 
 Members of the elite 101st Airborne, who had operated the cabin heating system throughout the winter during their deployment to Afghanistan two years ago, have formally recognized Air Comm for exceptional performance through a commendation certificate and mission flag.
 
“Since Air Comm Corp. has been working with Sikorsky to deliver the cabin heating system for their BLACK HAWK helicopters, we have never had a quality rejection or late delivery,” said Keith Steiner, president of Air Comm Corp. “We’re dedicated to providing products that are reliable, efficient and perform exceptionally well, even in the most extreme conditions. We’re very proud of the fact that we’ve reached the milestone of delivering our 1000th unit and are looking forward to delivering many more.”
 
The BLACK HAWK cabin heating system is lightweight and low maintenance, with no ducts or blowers, and it does not intrude on space in the aft transition area.
 
Backed by exceptional engineering and technical capabilities, Air Comm Corp. designs, manufactures, and supports more than 20 heating and air conditioning systems for a range of helicopters, including Agusta, Bell, Eurocopter, MD, and Sikorsky. Additionally, Air Comm has specialized expertise in fluid mass flow analysis, and electro/mechanical system design, development and production. Other capabilities include CNC tube fabrication, wire harness fabrication, circuit breaker/relay/control panel design and production, and engineering services. The company is ISO9000/AS-9100 certified.
 

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