Simplex Aerospace: Aviation Mission Equipment

Founded in 1946, Simplex has built a reputation as the leader in design, manufacturing, and certification of aerial application  systems and mission equipment. Simplex maintains its industry leadership by incorporating the latest technology in the design and manufacturing of systems from high-strength, low-weight composite materials to produce reliable and cost-effective solutions for wildland firefighting, agricultural application, electrical utility cleaninghigh rise firefighting, cargo, oil spill response, and controlled burning. Simplex holds over 180 FAA STC, EASA, VSTC, CAA and other international certifications for its systems.

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Simplex Aerospace Receives Brazil ANAC Approval for R44 Agricultural Spray System Model 244

Simplex Aerospace Model 244 Spray System for the Robinson R44 Helicopter Brazil ANAC approval Simplex Aerospace Model 244 Spray System for the Robinson R44 Helicopter.

Portland, OR, USA – June 11, 2015

            Simplex Aerospace has been granted validation of Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) from the Brazilian Agencia Nacional de Dviacao Civil (ANAC) for its Model 244 Agricultural Spray System for the Robinson R44 helicopter. The Brazilian ANAC approval, CST# 2015S05-06, gives Brazilian helicopter operators the opportunity to meet contract requirements in Brazil’s growing agricultural industry.... Click to read full article on the Vertical website.

          

Simplex Aerospace Receives Order for 15 Agricultural Spray Systems from Bell Helicopter

Simplex Aerospace Agricultural Spray System model 208 Bell Helicopters 407 Simplex Aerospace Agricultural Spray System model 208 on the Bell 407.

Portland, OR, USA – March 03, 2015

 

Simplex Aerospace received an order from Bell Helicopter for 15 Simplex Model 208 Agricultural Spray Systems for the Bell 407GX. The systems will be delivered to Bell Helicopter for completion before being delivered to the end user in the Latin American region. Read full article...

 

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