ATBC - Maintenance Practices: Module 7A (B1) - eBook

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As with all ATB EASA modules, Maintenance Practices strictly matches the requirements of Part 66 including its content, sequence, and the required learning levels (L1, 2, or 3) needed for an approved B1 mechanic maintenance technician program, and is so approved by many national authorities as a part of the training programs of Part 147 schools within their jurisdiction.

As prescribed in Part 66 Appendix 1, the topics are divided in 21 sections:

  • Safety Precautions - Aircraft and Workshop (L3)
  • Workshop Practices (L3)
  • Tools (L3)
  • Avionics Test Equipment (L2)
  • Engineering Drawings and Diagrams (L2)
  • Fits and Clearances (L2)
  • Electrical Wiring Interconnection, EWIS (L3)
  • Riveting (L2)
  • Pipes and Hoses (L2)
  • Springs (L2)
  • Bearings (L2)
  • Transmissions (L2)
  • Control Cables (L2)
  • Material Handling - Sheet Metal (L2)
  • Material Handling - Composites (L2)
  • Welding, Brazing, Soldering, Bonding (L2)
  • Aircraft Weight & Balance (L2)
  • Aircraft Handling and Storage (L2)
  • Disassembly, Inspection, Repair, Assembly (L3)
  • Abnormal Events (L2)
  • Maintenance Procedures (L2)

Complete table of contents is included with the Look Inside link above.

This B1 mechanical edition differs from the B2 avionics edition in terms of required learning levels. However, it is considered more advanced. Each topic is presented with clear and comprehensible language and accompanied by detailed, full-color illustrations. Through understanding the practical application of each skill, you will be well-equipped for day-to-day tasks as an aircraft technician in the aviation maintenance environment. All necessary topics for FAA A&P students are covered, with a focus on achieving a high level of proficiency to meet EASA licensing requirements.

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Utilizing the guidelines of Part 66, Aircraft Structures and Systems, like all ATB EASA modules, adhere precisely to the specified content, order, and necessary learning levels (L1, 2, or 3) for the accredited B2 avionics maintenance technician program. Numerous national authorities have approved this module as a component of the training curriculum for Part 147 schools under their jurisdiction. 

As prescribed in Part 66 Appendix 1, the topics are divided in 22 sections:

  • Aeroplane Aerodynamics and Flight Controls (L1)
  • Aeroplane Structures (L1, 2)
  • Autoflight ATA 22 (L3)
  • Communication and Navigation ATA 23-24 (L3)
  • Electrical Power ATA 24 (L3)
  • Equipment and Furnishings ATA 25 (L3)
  • Flight Controls ATA 27 (L2)
  • Instruments ATA 31 (L3)
  • Lights ATA 33 (L3)
  • On Board Maintenance Systems ATA 45 (L3)
  • Air Conditioning and Pressurization ATA 21 (L1, 2, 3)
  • Fire Protection ATA 26 (L3)
  • Fuel Systems ATA 28 (L1, 2, 3)
  • Hydraulic Systems ATA 29 (L1, 3)
  • Ice and Rain Protection ATA 30 (L1, 2, 3)
  • Landing Gear ATA 32 (L1, 3)
  • Oxygen ATA 35 (L3)
  • Pneumatic and Vacuum Systems ATA 36 (L3)
  • Waste and Water Systems ATA 38 (L2)
  • Integrated Module Avionics ATA 42 (L3)
  • Cabin Systems ATA 44 (L3)
  • Information Systems ATA 46 (L3)

A complete table of contents is included with the Look Inside link above.

Gain a comprehensive understanding of aircraft structures and systems through clear explanations and detailed full-color illustrations. This module has been designed to help aircraft technicians learn essential skills and understand the underlying concepts. It covers all required topics for FAA A&P students while also providing a higher level of proficiency for EASA licenses.

Product Specifications:

  • ISBN: 9781941144978
  • Publisher:
  • Aircraft Technical Book Company
  • Edition: 004.2
  • Pages: 676




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