ASA - Aviation Mechanic Handbook | ASA-MHB-7ΓÇï
The seventh edition of the Aviation Mechanic Handbook is a handy toolbox-size reference for professionals and hobbyists alike. Updated to reflect current procedures, this standard reference for the industry is based on the long-in-print original by Dale Crane. Excerpted and compiled from stacks of government reference publications, it contains information critical to maintaining an aircraft. Quickly reference a range of topics including applicable mathematics, conversions and formulas, aircraft nomenclature, material and tool identification, scales, charts, diagrams and more. New and expanded topics cover troubleshooting, welding, and turbine engines.
The stay-flat flexible spiral binding is easy on all surfaces, and the tabbed pages make finding chapters easy.
Softcover, indexed, black and white with some color illustrations, 4-7/8" x 7-1/8", 392 pages. ASA-MHB-7
Dale Crane's handbook for mechanics has been considered "The Aviation Standard" for many years.
A core reference manual for mechanics, aircraft owners, and pilots, this book compiles specs from stacks of reference books and government publications into a handy, toolbox-size guide. Includes information critical to maintaining an aircraft. Your single source for:
- applicable mathematics, conversions, and formulas
- aircraft nomenclature, controls, and system specs
- material/tool identifications
- hardware sizes/equivalents
- metal fabrication and fabric covering techniques
- composite materials
- aircraft batteries
- inspections, corrosion detection/control
- aircraft tire and spark plug information
- the most frequently used measurements, scales, charts, diagrams... and much more.
The Seventh Edition contains information on aircraft batteries and the latest industry practices. Softcover, indexed, black and white with some color illustrations, 4-7/8" x 7-1/8", 392 pages. Stay-flat flexible spiral binding is easy on all surfaces, and allows for easy on-the-job reference.