Hartzell Engine Technologies to Present Owner-Focused Educational Series at AirVenture 2021

Hartzell Engine Technologies (HET) announced that the company would be hosting a series of forums on piston aircraft engine systems and accessories during Oshkosh AirVenture 2021.

The free, 45-minute series is created to provide aircraft owners, operators, and A&P mechanics with valuable information to help them get the best performance and longevity out of their HET-branded products.

“Oshkosh AirVenture gives us an amazing opportunity to meet with our thousands of customers and exchange information about our products and how they can better meet operators’ needs,” stated Keith Bagley, president of Hartzell Engine Technologies. “The new Oshkosh Forum series has been created to help us do an even more effective job of sharing more detailed information in an effective way.”

Bagley added that because of indoor constraints, the Hartzell Engine Technologies forums will be held at the Superior Air Parts outdoor exhibit (#257/#258) across from Hangar B.  

The 2021 Hartzell Engine Technologies Aircraft Owner Forum Topics include:
Tuesday, July 27 at 1:00 pm:

Forum Title: Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about a turbocharger but have been afraid to ask.

Wednesday, July 28 at 1:00 pm:

Forum Title: There’s a reason it’s called the Master Switch.

Thursday, July 29 at 1:00 pm:

Forum Title: Just because it’s on your airplane doesn’t mean that it’s legal!

Hartzell Engine Technologies will also offer a Tech Thursday forum for licensed A&P mechanics and A&P students.

Tech Thursday

Thursday, July 29 at 8:00 am:

Forum Title: Alternator Drive Couplings – save your customer thousands of dollars!

Hartzell Engine Technology Aircraft Owner Forums will be hosted by Tim Gauntt, Director, Product Support, Hartzell Engine Technologies.

Tim Gauntt is the director of Product Support for Hartzell Engine Technologies.

Tim has been active in the aviation industry for 30+ years as an A&P mechanic, IA, AMT Part 147 instructor, and various other technical support-related positions.

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