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7 Most Common Welding Methods to Join Aeronautical Components

The aerospace sector is a demanding, innovative, and fast-paced industry. It  relies on some of the most advanced and complex components to ensure that everything works seamlessly.  There are many different ways to join different types of metals. Not all of them will suit a specific kind of application. This ...

How Expansion and Contraction of Metals Affect Aviation Welding Process

Aviation welding is a specialized type of welding used to assemble aircraft. This type of welding has unique challenges because it must adhere to strict safety regulations and requirements. In this article, we'll discuss how expansion and contraction can affect the quality of aviation welding and what you can do ...

Top 5 Aircraft Engine Myths

Aircraft Engine Myths within any technological field are not uncommon, although some aren’t technically myths but rather a difference of opinion. So let’s take a look at a few of the old wives’ tales involving the aircraft engine.  (Note: Visit Knisley Welding Inc. if you need FAA- and ...

What Happens During an Aircraft Exhaust System Inspection?

As an aircraft owner (How Important is Your First Airplane?), you need to ensure that your exhaust system regularly undergoes a detailed inspection and maintenance performed by a licensed mechanic. Remember, the system and its components are prone to cracks and leaks due to the highly corrosive environment in which ...

What Is Aircraft Metal Fatigue and How To Prevent It?

All the metal components of an aircraft experience normal wear and tear due to repeated flight cycles. Consequently, you need to conduct regular inspection, maintenance and repair. If you need quality service repair or FAA-approved exhaust parts, visit Knisley Welding Inc. and fill out this form.  Related article: General Aircraft ...

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