Log in to use our free company, program and sector update tracker feature.

Front page

CAV Ice Protection earns ISO approval

CAV Ice Protection has received ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100:2004 Rev. B certification for the company's supply, repair and installation of its proprietary TKS Ice Protection System. The approval is for the company's operation at the Salina Airport in Salina, KS. The effective date of the company's certificate of registration was March 27, 2011.

"We are exceptionally pleased to have this recognition of our processes and systems and it reinforces our ability to support a wide range of OEM and owner/operator ice protection requirements," said Kevin Hawley, president of CAV Ice Protection. “Even though we are coming out of the winter icing season, CAV Ice Protection is available year-round to install our proven ice protection system in a wide variety of general aviation aircraft,” he added. “Now is the perfect time to schedule an upgrade when we can work around customer schedules.”

Press release issued by CAV Ice Protection on March 30, 2011


 Contact details from our directory:
CAV Ice Protection Ice Protection/Prevention Equipment


 Related directory sectors:
Mechanical Components

Enhanced listings:

Peli Hardigg UK
Peli-Hardigg is the world’s largest manufacturer of aerospace approved reusable plastic shipping and storage containers, built to last a lifetime.

Dymax Corporation
A leading manufacturer of advanced light-curable adhesives, maskants, coatings, oligomers, light-curing equipment, and fluid dispense systems.

The world's leading provider of thermal processing services to aerospace primes and their supply chains.

Oerlikon Balzers AG
Oerlikon Balzers is one of the world’s leading suppliers of surface technologies

Dexmet Corporation
Dexmet MicroGrid® an innovative product line that help improve the composite aircraft withstand the rigors of a lightning strike.

See our advertising tariff.


Monthly page limit exceeded. Please buy a subscription.

© Airframer Limited, operated under licence by Stansted News Limited 2018. Terms & Conditions of reading. Privacy policy