Engine Quality Control
TRACE Engines L.P.'s corporate offices and manufacturing facilities are located in Midland Texas, at 3000 West Interstate 20. In order to determine dimensional conformity with approved design, TRACE utilizes a Sheffield CMM operated by trained and certified technicians. TRACE also utilizes both dynamometer and propeller equipped test cells, depending on the application.
On October 14, 2009, TRACE was awarded FAA Production Certification, which validates that TRACE can produce airworthy engines repeatedly without direct FAA supervision. TRACE is ready to sell engines immediately and has several products that are ready for installation. TRACE facilities are located on a 22-acre track with ample space for future expansion.
The main production building can produce up to 120 engines a year in its current configuration. There is a separate prop cell building that houses one active prop cell but is capable of running up to three active test cells. Given our current business model, TRACE is positioned for growth without requiring any major capital upgrades.
The TRACE Quality Policy
"TRACE Engines L.P. will consistently provide products and services that meet or exceed the requirements and expectations of our customers. We will actively pursue ever improving quality through programs that enable each employee to do their job right the first time and every time." - David Czarnecki, COO TRACE Engines
The TRACE Quality Management System
- TRACE Engines embraces the requirements defined in Federal Aviation Regulations
- (FAR Part 21, Subpart G)
- Type Certificate for the OE600A: E00060EN
- Supplemental Type Certificate for the Air Tractor AT-401 & 402: SA01583CH
- Parts Manufacturing Approval: PQ0705SW
2 Year Warranty
24/7 support and international travel. Additional maintenance services also available. View Warranty
Fits most general aviation aircraft rated between 600 and 750 horsepower. View Compatibility
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