- Build to print
- Circuit card assemblies and other electronic components
- Power supplies, battery analyzers/chargers, battery temperature sensors
- Radar signal processing circuits
- Cables and wire assemblies, including special-purpose
- Electro-mechanical items, such as motors, armatures, rotors, stators
- Aircraft navigation lights
- General reverse engineering capabilities
- Federal Stock Classes (FSC) 5995, 5998, 5999, 6105, 6130, 6150 and more
We are AS 9100D Certified. This certification is for organizations doing business in the aerospace industry such as manufacturers, contractors, and suppliers. New requirements emphasize the prevention of risk and counterfeit parts, providing a structure that enables businesses to adapt to change, planning for obsolescence, and addressing product safety concerns. The requirements in this standard are not alternative to customer/applicable statutory or regulatory requirements. In cases of conflict, the customer/applicable statutory or regulatory requirements will take priority.
PHT Aerospace LLC is an engineering and manufacturing firm capable of designing new parts or parts to specification. We provide help to develop specifications, reverse-engineer and re-design obsolete items, build and test prototypes, and may become your reliable manufacturing source.
PHT Aerospace LLC designs, prototypes, and manufactures items that are form, fit, and functionally equivalent to the hardware you are currently using. At the same time, if desired, we can sensibly update or refresh for: improved reliability, maintainability, and supportability. Our products are designed to meet the original environmental and EMI / EMC requirements, whatever they may be.
For more information call us at (973) 831-1230.
Military aviation is the use of military aircraft and other flying machines for the purposes of conducting or enabling aerial warfare, including national airlift (air cargo) capacity to provide logistical supply to forces stationed in a theater or along a front.
An actuator is a motor that converts energy into torque which then moves or controls a mechanism or a system into which it has been incorporated. It can introduce motion as well as prevent it.
Aircraft navigation lights are placed in a way similar to that of marine vessels, with a red navigation light located on the left wingtip leading edge and a green light on the right wingtip leading edge.