MT Composite Three Blade Propeller STC for the Husky

MT composite propeller is a lightweight alternative to conventional forged aluminum props.


Bloomer, Wisc. (August 18, 2010) Flight Resource, LLC©; the world’s largest distributor of MT Propellers, announced today that the STC has been approved to install the 3-blade MT composite propellers to the Aviat Husky. This upgrade provides 17 pounds of weight savings, turbine like smoothness, reduced noise (inside and out), and improvements in climb and cruise performance.

Flight-Resource Founding Partner and Technical Specialist, Larry Schlasinger, stated, “I am very pleased to make this announcement. As a Husky owner and seaplane pilot myself, I am always looking for ways to get the most performance out of my planes. This upgrade hit all marks and it looks good on this airplane”.

The technologically advanced MT composite propeller is a lightweight alternative to conventional forged aluminum props. The high-thrust scimitar blades incorporate a stainless steel leading edge on high-thrust, precision CNC milled blades with no life limits. This STC eliminates the restricted RPM range limitations of metal props.

ABOUT FLIGHT RESOURCE, LLC

Flight Resource, LLC© is the world’s largest distributor of the German engineered composite MT-Propeller and holder of several MT Propeller upgrade STC’s. Installation kits for literally hundreds of makes and models of singles, twins and turbine powered aircraft are supported from the Cessna 170 up to the Jetstream 32. For more information about Flight-Resources and current list of model STCs, please visit www.Flight-Resource.com

ABOUT MT-PROPELLER, gmbh

MT Propellers are designed and built in Straubing Germany. Started in 1981 by Gerd Muehlbauer, MT has produced nearly 40,000 blades for thousands of applications. They are standard equipment on several new models and are preferred in the unlimited air racing and aerobatic communities. Service is provided by over 30 MT certified prop shops around the country. For more information about MT-Propellers please see www.MT-Propeller.com

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