AMS Hangar and Ramp – Powerplant Line Maintenance Lab


The AMS hanger has numerous functional engines from Lycoming, TCM, Austro and Pratt & Whitney, all on test stands equipped with instrumentation.

Students will perform normal operations and troubleshooting on a variety of the above equipment. Additionally, the lab has an ACES system Probalancer Model 2020 for use with dynamic balance and spectrum analysis.

Equipment

  • Gulfstream 3 Business Jet
  • Lear 35 Business Jet
  • 2 Piper Arrows
  • 2 Cessna 150s
  • 2 Cessna 162 Skycatchers
  • 5 Lycoming carbureted O-320 engines
  • 3 Lycoming IO-360
  • TCM IO-360
  • Austro AE300 FADEC engine
  • 2 Pratt & Whitney PT6 engines

Lab Information

Location: Aviation Maintenance Science Hangar Building 398

Lab Director: Professor Chuck Horning

Contact Us: To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416, or email  dbdeanga@erau.edu.