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(Unofficial translation)

ADOA 145
ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AVIATION
ON APPROVA OF REPAIR !TATION
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Whereas aircraft holding certificate of airworthiness of
Thailand
shall be continuing airworthiness when maintained in accordance with the
Convention on International Civil Aviation drawn up at Chicago on the
December 7, 1!! and Air "avigation Act #$%$ &!7$ According to the
'inisterial (egulation "umber ! referring to Anne)s on the Convention$
Anne) * states that, those maintenance including maintenance certification
must be performed b+ persons ,ualified in accordance with Anne) 1 on the
Convention and approved b+ the state of registr+ to be privileged to
perform$ -pon finding that there are man+ repair stations wishing to
perform maintenance function on Thai aircraft re,uesting for approval from
the Department of Aviation$ In order that the re,uesting for approval of
repair station ma+ be developed in orderl+ manner, the Department of
Aviation issued Announcement of the Department of Aviation on Approval
of (epair .tation as follow :

!"ction 1# A$$lica%ilit&#
/a0 This announcement prescribes the re,uirements for issuing repair
station certificates and associated ratings to facilities for maintenance
and alteration of airframes, powerplants, propellers, or appliances, and
prescribes the general operating rules for the holders of those
certificates and ratings$
/b0 Announcement of the Department of Aviation on Approval of Aircraft
'aintenance 1rgani2ation dated 3 4une #$%$ &315 shall be repealed$

!"ction ' C"rtificat" R"()ir"*#
/a0 %ach person ma+ not operate certificated repair station until the
certificated has been issued to him$
/b0 The holder of a repair station certificate shall perform its operations in
accordance with the repair station operations specifications, approved
manuals and regulations as well as procedures aiming at safet+ as
specified b+ the Department of Aviation$
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/c0 The Department of Aviation ma+ increase, decrease, amend or change
the repair station operations specifications or to order the amendments
or changes to the approved manuals according to the list and within
timeframe$
!"ction +# A$$lication an* Iss)"#
/a0 %ach person wishing to appl+ for a repair station certificate and rating
shall submit an application form set forth b+ the Department of Aviation
together with documents as follows6
/10 Its inspection procedures manual containing the information
specified in Appendi) A of this announcement, including a location
plan and a document to illustrate a ph+sical description of the
facilities /for first approval07
/&0 A list of the maintenance function to be performed for it and under
contract b+ another agenc+7
/80 A list of the persons approving the products for return to service7
/!0 1ther documents as deemed appropriate b+ the Department of
Aviation$
/b0 The Department of Aviation shall issue a repair station certificate and
repair station operations specifications after having e)amined the related
documents, assessed the readiness of organi2ation, method of control,
supervision of maintenance and find that the+ are consistent with the
nature and e)tent of the operations specified and the applicant is able to
conduct the services efficientl+$

!"ction 4 For, an* D)ration of C"rtificat"#
The repair station certificate shall be as the form attached to this
announcement and shall be valid as specified therein but not e)ceeding two
+ears from the date of issue$
!"ction 5 R"-ocation. !)s$"nsion or Canc"llation of C"rtificat"#
The Department of Aviation ma+ revo9e, suspend, or cancel of the repair
station certificate under the following circumstance6
/a0 :iolating of or not conforming to the repair station operations
specifications$
/b0 :iolating of or not conforming to the approved manuals$
/c0 :iolating of or not conforming to the regulations and procedures for
safet+ set forth b+ the Department of Aviation$
/d0 Amending the approved manuals without the consent of the
Department of Aviation$
/e0 When The holder of a repair station certificate does not amend the listed
deeds within the timeframe specified in section $

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!"ction / Dis$la& of C"rtificat"#
The holder of a repair station certificate shall displa+ the certificate and
ratings at a place in the repair station that is normall+ accessible to the
public and is not obscured$
!"ction 0 C1an2" of C"rtificat"#
The holder of a repair station certificate wishing to increase or decrease a
rating or increase, decrease or amend the repair station operations
specifications or change or alter in the location or facilities of the repair
station shall submit an application form set forth b+ the Department of
Aviation together with the related documents in order to the Department of
Aviation can inspect not less than !3 da+s before the date of operations$
The holder of a repair station certificate shall engage in operations onl+ if
furnished with new certificate$

!"ction 3 R"n"4al of C"rtificat"#
The holder of a repair station certificate wishing for renewal of a repair
station certificate shall submit an application form set forth b+ the
Department of Aviation not less than !3 da+s before the e)pir+ date of the
repair station certificate$ The Department of Aviation shall renew of a
repair station certificate after having carried out the audit and found that the
holder of a repair station certificate demonstrating that he is able to
maintain the standard of operations efficientl+$ In addition, the Department
of Aviation ma+ re,uest other documents for consideration$
!"ction 5 A)*it#
The holder of a repair station certificate shall allow the Department of
Aviation to access into the facilit+ in order to audit whether the holder of a
repair station certificate maintains the standard of operations efficientl+$
The audit includes the inspection s+stem of the repair station, records, and
its general abilit+ to compl+ with this announcement, authori2ed b+ Air
"avigation Act #$% &!7 section ** /&0$ The holder of a repair station
certificate has to state and e)plain the facts or show the related documents
and facilitate the Department of Aviation as deemed appropriate$ After
such an audit is made, the holder of a repair station certificate is notified, in
writing, of an+ defects found during the audit to have such repair station
corrected according to the list and within timeframe$
!"ction 16 Ratin2s#
The Department of Aviation shall issue repair station certificate with the
following ratings6
/a0 Airframe ratings$
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/10 Class 16 Composite construction of small aircraft$ /'a)imum ta9e
off mass below 3,7;; 9g0
/&0 Class &6 Composite construction of large aircraft$ /'a)imum ta9e off
mass above 3,7;; 9g0
/80 Class 86 All-metal construction of small aircraft$ /'a)imum ta9e off
mass below 3,7;; 9g0
/!0 Class 86 All-metal construction of large aircraft$ /'a)imum ta9e off
mass above 3,7;; 9g0
/b0 <owerplant ratings$
/10 Class 16 (eciprocating engines of !;; horsepower or less$
/&0 Class &6 (eciprocating engines of more than !;; horsepower$
/80 Class 86 Turbine engines$
/c0 <ropeller ratings$
/10 Class 16 All fi)ed pitch and ground ad=ustable propellers of wood,
metal, or composite construction$
/&0 Class &6 All other propellers, b+ ma9e$
/d0 (adio ratings$
/10 Class 16 Communication e,uipment6 An+ radio transmitting
e,uipment or receiving e,uipment, or both, used in aircraft to send
or receive communications in flight, regardless of carrier fre,uenc+
or t+pe of modulation used7 including au)iliar+ and related aircraft
interphone s+stems, amplifier s+stems, electrical or electronic inter-
crew signaling devices, and similar e,uipment7 but not including
e,uipment used for navigation of the aircraft or as an aid to
navigation, e,uipment for measuring altitude or terrain clearance,
other measuring e,uipment operated on radio or radar principles, or
mechanical, electrical, g+roscopic, or electronic instruments that are
a part of communications radio e,uipment$
/&0 Class &6 "avigational e,uipment6 An+ radio s+stem used in aircraft
for en route or approach navigation, e)cept e,uipment operated on
radar or pulsed radio fre,uenc+ principles, but not including
e,uipment for measuring altitude or terrain clearance or other
distance e,uipment operated on radar or pulsed radio fre,uenc+
principles$
/80 Class 86 (adar e,uipment6 An+ aircraft electronic s+stem operated
on radar or pulsed radio fre,uenc+ principles$
/e0 Instrument ratings$
/10 Class 16 'echanical6 An+ diaphragm, bourdon tube, aneroid, optical,
or mechanicall+ driven centrifugal instrument that is used on aircraft
or to operate aircraft, including tachometers, airspeed indicators,
pressure gauges, drift sights, magnetic compasses, altimeters, or
similar mechanical instruments$
/&0 Class &6 %lectrical6 An+ self-s+nchronous and electrical indicating
instruments and s+stems, including remote indicating instruments,
c+linder head temperature gauges, or similar electrical instruments$
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/80 Class 86 >+roscopic6 An+ instrument or s+stem using g+roscopic
principles and motivated b+ air pressure or electrical energ+,
including automatic pilot control units, turn and ban9 indicators,
directional g+ros, and their parts, and flu) gate and g+ros+n
compasses$
/!0 Class !6 %lectronic6 An+ instruments whose operation depends on
electron tubes, transistors, or similar devices including capacitance
t+pe ,uantit+ gauges, s+stem amplifiers, and engine anal+2ers$
/f0 Accessor+ rating$
/10 Class 16 'echanical accessories that depend on friction, h+draulics,
mechanical lin9age, or pneumatic pressure for operation, including
aircraft wheel bra9es, mechanicall+ driven pumps, carburetors,
aircraft wheel assemblies, shoc9 absorber struts and h+draulic servo
units$
/&0 Class &6 %lectrical accessories that depend on electrical energ+ for
their operation, and generators, including starters, voltage regulators,
electric motors, electricall+ driven fuel pumps, magnetos, or similar
electrical accessories$
/80 Class 86 %lectronic accessories that depend on the use of an electron
tube transistor, or similar device, including supercharger,
temperature, air conditioning controls, or similar electronic controls$
!"ction 11 i,it"* Ratin2s#
/a0 Whenever the Department of Aviation finds it appropriate, he ma+ issue
a limited rating to a repair station that maintains or alters onl+ a
particular t+pe of airframe, powerplant, propeller, radio, instrument, or
accessor+, or parts thereof, or performs onl+ speciali2ed maintenance
re,uiring e,uipment and s9ills not ordinaril+ found in regular repair
stations$ .uch a rating ma+ be limited to a specific model aircraft,
engine, or constituent part, or to an+ number of parts made b+ a
particular manufacturer$
/b0 ?imited ratings are issued for-
/10 Airframes of a particular ma9e and model7
/&0 %ngines of a particular ma9e and model7
/80 <ropellers of a particular ma9e and model7
/!0 Instruments of a particular ma9e and model7
/30 (adio e,uipment of a particular ma9e and model7
/*0 Accessories of a particular ma9e and model7
/70 ?anding gear components7
/50 @loats, b+ ma9e7
/0 "ondestructive inspection, testing, and processing7
/1;0 %mergenc+ e,uipment7
/110 (otor blades, b+ ma9e and model7
/1&0 Aircraft fabric wor97 and
/180 An+ other purpose for which the Department of Aviation finds the
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applicantAs re,uest is appropriate$
/c0 @or a limited rating for speciali2ed services, the operations
specifications of the station shall contain the specification used in
performing that speciali2ed service$ The specification ma+ either be
civil or militar+ of Thailand or foreign countr+ that is currentl+ used b+
industr+ and approved b+ the Department of Aviation or one developed
b+ the applicant and approved b+ the Department of Aviation$
!"ction 1' Ho)sin2 an* Facilit& R"()ir","nts#
/a0 An applicant for a repair station certificate, or for an additional rating,
must compl+ with paragraphs /b0 to /h0 of this section and provide
suitable-
/10 Bousing for its necessar+ e,uipment and material7
/&0 .pace for the wor9 for which it see9s a rating7
/80 @acilities for properl+ storing, segregating, and protecting materials,
parts, and supplies7 and
/!0 @acilities for properl+ protecting parts and subassemblies during
disassembl+, cleaning, inspection, repair, alteration, and assembl+7
.o that wor9 being done is protected from weather elements, dust, and
heat7 wor9ers are protected so that the wor9 will not be impaired b+
their ph+sical efficienc+7 and maintenance operations have efficient and
proper facilities$
/b0 The applicant must provide suitable shop space where machine tools
and e,uipment are 9ept and where the largest amount of bench wor9 is
done$ The shop space need not be partitioned but machines and
e,uipment must be segregated whenever-
/10 'achine or woodwor9 is done so near an assembl+ area that chips or
material might inadvertentl+ fall into assembled or partiall+
assembled wor97
/&0 -npartitioned parts cleaning units are near other operations7
/80 @abric wor9 is done in an area where there are oils and greases7
/!0 <ainting or spra+ing is done in an area so arranged that paint or paint
dust can fall on assembled or partiall+ assembled wor97
/30 <aint spra+ing, cleaning, or machining operations are done so near
testing operations that the precision of test e,uipment might be
affected7 and
/*0 In an+ other case the Department of Aviation determines it is
necessar+$
/c0 The applicant must provide suitable assembl+ space in an enclosed
structure where the largest amount of assembl+ wor9 is done$ The
assembl+ space must be large enough for the largest item to be wor9ed
on under the rating he see9s and must meet the re,uirements of
paragraph /a0 of this section$
/d0 The applicant must provide suitable storage facilities used e)clusivel+
for storing standard parts, spare parts, and raw materials, and separated
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from shop and wor9ing space$ Be must organi2e the storage facilities so
that onl+ acceptable parts and supplies will be issued for an+ =ob, and
must follow standard good practices for properl+ protecting stored
materials$
/e0 The applicant must store and protect parts being assembled or
disassembled, or awaiting assembl+ or disassembl+, to eliminate the
possibilit+ of damage to them$
/f0 The applicant must provide suitable ventilation for his shop, assembl+,
and storage areas so that the ph+sical efficientl+ of his wor9ers is not
impaired$
/g0 The applicant must provide ade,uate lighting for all wor9 being done so
that the ,ualit+ of the wor9 is not impaired$
/h0 The applicant must control the temperature of the shop and assembl+
area so that the ,ualit+ of the wor9 is not impaired$ Whenever special
maintenance operations are being performed, such as fabric wor9 or
painting, the temperature and humidit+ control must be ade,uate to
insure the airworthiness of the article being maintained$
!"ction 1+ !$"cial Ho)sin2 an* Facilit& R"()ir","nts#
/a0 In addition to the housing and facilit+ re,uirements in section 1&, an
applicant for a repair station certificate and rating, or for an additional
rating, for airframes, powerplants, propellers, instruments, accessories,
or radios must meet the re,uirements of paragraphs /b0 to /f0 of this
section$
/b0 An applicant for an airframe rating must provide suitable permanent
housing for at least one of the heaviest aircraft within the weight class of
the rating he see9s$ If the location of the station is such that climatic
conditions allow wor9 to be done outside, permanent wor9 doc9s ma+
be used if the+ meet the re,uirements of section 1& /a0$
/c0 An applicant for either a powerplant or accessor+ rating must provide
suitable tra+s, rac9s, or stands for segregating complete engine or
accessor+ assemblies from each other during assembl+ and disassembl+$
Be must provide covers to protect parts awaiting assembl+ or during
assembl+ to prevent dust or other foreign ob=ects from entering into or
falling on those parts$
/d0 An applicant for a propeller rating must provide suitable stands, rac9s,
or other fi)tures for the proper storage of propellers after being wor9ed
on$
/e0 An applicant for a radio rating must provide suitable storage facilities to
assure the protection of parts and units that might deteriorate from
dampness or moisture$
/f0 An applicant for an instrument rating must provide a reasonabl+ dust
free shop if the shop allocated to final assembl+ is not air conditioned$
.hop and assembl+ areas must be 9ept clean at all times to reduce the
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possibilit+ of dust or other foreign ob=ects getting into instrument
assemblies$
!"ction 14 P"rsonn"l R"()ir","nts
/a0 An applicant for a repair station certificate or for an additional rating,
must provide ade,uate personnel who can perform, supervise, and
inspect the wor9 for which the station is to be rated$ The officials of the
station must carefull+ consider the =ustifications and abilities of their
emplo+ees and shall determine the abilities of its uncertificated
emplo+ees performing maintenance operations on the basis of practical
tests or emplo+ment records$ The repair station is primaril+ responsible
for the satisfactor+ wor9 of its emplo+ees$
/b0 The supervisors and inspectors of each repair station must understand
the Air "avigation Act #$%$ &!7, airworthiness directive issued b+ the
Department of Aviation and state of aircraft design, and the
maintenance and service instructions of the manufacturers of the articles
to be wor9ed on$ Be should read, write, and understand %nglish
language$
/c0 The number of repair station emplo+ees ma+ var+ according to the t+pe
and volume of wor9$ Bowever, the applicant must have enough properl+
,ualified emplo+ees to 9eep up with the volume of wor9 in process, and
ma+ not reduce the number of its emplo+ees below that necessar+ to
efficientl+ produce airworth+ wor9$
/d0 %ach repair station shall determine the abilities of its supervisors and
shall provide enough of them for all phases of its activities$ Bowever,
the Department of Aviation ma+ determine the abilit+ of an+ supervisor
b+ inspecting his emplo+ment and e)perience records or b+ a personnel
test$ %ach supervisor must have direct supervision over wor9ing groups$
Whenever apprentices or students are used in wor9ing groups on
assemblies or other operations that might be critical to the aircraft, the
repair station shall provide at least one supervisor for each 1;
apprentices or students, unless the apprentices or students are integrated
into groups of e)perienced wor9ers$
/e0 %ach person of the repair station who responsible for return to service of
complete aircraft after maintenance must have mechanic license issued
b+ the Department of Aviation or issued b+ the state which control that
repair station$ %ach person who responsible for return to service of
engine, propeller, or part thereof after maintenance must be authori2ed
b+ the repair station based on ,ualification not below re,uirement
specified in Civil Aviation #oard (egulation or Anne) 1 on the
Convention on International Civil Aviation
/f0 %ach limited repair station shall have emplo+ees with detailed
9nowledge of the particular maintenance function or techni,ue for
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which it is rated, based on attending a factor+ school or long e)perience
with the product or techni,ue involved$
/g0 <ersonnel of the ,ualit+ control unit shall have wor9ing e)perience in
the repair station not less than & +ears and shall sastisfactoril+ pass a
course concerning the ,ualit+ control s+stem$
!"ction 15 R"cor*s of !)$"r-isor& an* Ins$"ction P"rsonn"l#
/a0 An applicant for a repair station certificate or for an additional rating,
must have, and the holder of a repair station certificate shall maintain, a
roster of-
/10 Its supervisor+ personnel, including the names of the officials of the
station that are responsible for its management and the names of its
technical supervisors, such as foreman and crew chiefs7 and
/&0 Its inspection personnel, including the names of the chief inspector
and those inspectors who ma9e final airworthiness determinations
before releasing an article to service$
/b0 The repair station shall also provide a summar+ of the emplo+ment of
each person whose name is on the roster /a0$ The summar+ shall consist
of-
/10 Bis present title /e$g$, chief inspector, metal shop foreman, etc$07
/&0 Bis total +ears of e)perience in the t+pe of wor9 he is doing7
/80 Bis past emplo+ment record, with names of places and term of
emplo+ment b+ month, and +ear7
/!0 The scope of his present emplo+ment /e$g$, airframe overhaul,
airframe final assembl+, engine inspection, department, etc$07 and
/30 The t+pe and number of the mechanic certificate that he holds, and
the rating on that certificate$
/c0 The repair station shall change the roster, as necessar+, to reflect-
/10 Terminating the emplo+ment of an+ person whose name is on the
roster7
/&0 Assigning an+ person to duties that re,uire his name to be carried on
the roster7 or
/80 An+ appreciable change in the duties and scope of assignment of an+
person whose name is on the roster7
/d0 The repair station shall 9eep the roster and emplo+ment summaries
re,uired b+ this section, sub=ect to inspection b+ the Department of
Aviation upon his re,uest$
!"ction 1/ Ins$"ction !&st",#
/a0 An applicant for a repair station certificate or for an additional rating,
must have an inspection s+stem that will produce satisfactor+ ,ualit+
control and conform to paragraph /b0 to /f0 of this section$
/b0 The applicantAs inspection personnel must be thoroughl+ familiar with
all inspection methods, techni,ues, and e,uipment used in their
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specialt+ to determine the ,ualit+ or airworthiness of an article being
maintained or altered$ In addition, the+ must-
/10 'aintain proficienc+ in using various inspection aids intended for
that purpose7
/&0 Bave available and understand current specifications involving
inspection tolerances, limitations, and procedures established b+ the
manufacturer of the product being inspected and with other forms of
inspection information such as airworthiness directive and bulletins7
and
/80 In case where magnetic, fluorescent, or other forms of mechanical
inspection devices are to be used, be s9illed in operating that e,uip-
ment and be able to properl+ interpret defects indicated b+ it$
/!0 The applicant must provide a satisfactor+ method of inspecting
incoming material to insure that, before it is placed in stoc9 for use
in an aircraft or part thereof, it is in a good state of preservation and
is free from apparent defects or malfunctions$
/30 The applicant must provide a s+stem of preliminar+ inspection of all
articles he maintains to determine the state of preservation or defects$
Be shall enter the results of each inspection on an appropriate form
supplied b+ it and 9eep the form with the article until it is released to
service$
/c0 The applicant must provide a s+stem so that before wor9ing on an+
airframe, powerplant, or part thereof that has been involved in an
accident, it will be inspected thoroughl+ for hidden damage, including
the areas ne)t to the obviousl+ damaged parts$ Be shall enter the results
of this inspection on the inspection form re,uired b+ paragraph /d0 of
this section$
/d0 At the time he applies for a repair station certificate, the applicant must
provide a manual containing inspection procedures, and thereafter
maintain it in current condition at all times$ The manual must e)plain
the internal inspection s+stem of the repair station in a manner easil+
understood b+ an+ emplo+ee of the station$ It must state in detail the
inspection re,uirements in paragraph /a0 to /e0 of this section, and the
repair stationAs inspection s+stem including the continuit+ of inspection
responsibilit+, samples of inspection forms, and the method of
e)ecuting them$ The manual must refer whenever necessar+ to the
manufacturerAs inspection standards for the maintenance of the
particular article$ The repair station must give a cop+ of the manual to
each of its supervisor+ and inspection personnel and ma9e it available to
its other personnel$ The repair station is responsible for seeing that all
supervisor+ and inspection personnel thoroughl+ understand the manual$
!"ction 10 7)alit& A)*it !&st",#
An applicant for a repair station certificate must establish a ,ualit+ s+stem
including independent audits to monitor product standards and compliance
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with and ade,uac+ of the procedures to ensure good maintenance practices
and airworth+ aircraft C aircraft components$ The independent audit part of
the ,ualit+ s+stem ma+ be contracted to another the Department of
Aviation approved repair station or a person with proven satisfactor+ audit
e)perience acceptable to the Department of Aviation$ Compliance
monitoring must include a feedbac9 s+stem to the person or group of
persons ultimatel+ to the accountable manager to ensure, as necessar+,
corrective action$ .uch s+stems must be acceptable to the Department of
Aviation$
!"ction 13 E()i$,"nt an* Mat"rials 8 Ratin2 Ot1"r T1an i,it"*
Ratin2s#
/a0 An applicant for a repair station certificate or for an additional rating,
must have the e,uipment and materials necessar+ to efficientl+ perform
the functions appropriate to the ratings he see9s$
/b0 The e,uipment and materials must be of such t+pe that the wor9 for
which the+ are being used can be done competentl+ and efficientl+$ The
station shall ensure that all inspection and test e,uipment is tested at
regular intervals to ensure correct calibration to a standard approved b+
the Department of Aviation$ The e,uipment and materials re,uired for
the various ratings must be located on the premises, and under the full
control of the station, unless the+ are used for a function that the repair
station is authori2ed to obtain b+ contract$ If it obtains them b+ contract,
the repair station shall determine the airworthiness of the article
involved, unless the contractor is an appropriatel+ rated repair station$
/c0 The holder of a repair station certificate ma+ contract to other
maintenance source in order to perform maintenance and alteration of
components of a product as sub-contract, provided that the maintenance
source has a repair station certificate with appropriate rating issued b+
the Department of Aviation, or accepted b+ the Department of Aviation$
The holder of a repair station certificate must have ,ualit+ audit s+stem
for sub-contract contained in the stationAs inspection procedures manual$
/d0 The holder of a repair station ma+ contract maintenance and alteration
of components of a t+pe certificated product to a noncertificated source,
issued b+ the Department of Aviation, or accepted b+ the Department of
Aviation, identified in the stationAs inspection procedures manual
provided6
/10 The repair station is the manufacturer who originall+ manufactured
the product for which it holds a t+pe certificate7
/&0 The contracted component is included as part of the t+pe certificated
product7
/80 The component maintenance is done b+ the original component
manufacturer or its manufacturing licensee7 and
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/!0 #efore such a component is returned to service, the repair station
ensures that it is being returned to service in accordance with the
repair stationAs ,ualit+ control s+stem as approved b+ the Depart-
ment of Aviation and set forth in the repair stationAs operations
specifications and inspection procedures manual$
/e0 The applicant shall choose suitable tools and e,uipment for the
functions named in Appendi) # to this announcement, as appropriate to
each of his ratings, using those the manufacturer of the article involved
recommends for maintaining or altering that article, or their e,uivalent$
!"ction 15 E()i$,"nt an* Mat"rials8 i,it"* Ratin2#
/a0 An applicant for a limited rating /other than speciali2ed services0 under
section 11, must have the e,uipment and materials to perform an+ =ob
function appropriate to the rating and class specified in section 15 for
the rating he see9s$ Bowever, he need not be e,uipped for a function
that does not appl+ to the particular ma9e or model article for which he
see9s a rating, if he shows that it is not necessar+ under the
recommendations of the manufacturer of the article$
/b0 An applicant for a rating for speciali2ed services or techni,ues under
section 11 must-
/10 @or magnetic and penetrant inspection, have the e,uipment and
materials for wet and dr+ magnetic inspection techni,ues, residual
and continuous methods, and portable e,uipment for the inspection
of welds both on and off the aircraft7
/&0 @or emergenc+ e,uipment maintenance, have the e,uipment and
materials to perform inspections, repairs, and tests of all 9inds of
inflated e,uipment, the re-pac9ing, re-mar9ing, re-sealing, and re-
stoc9ing of life rafts, and the weighing, refilling, and testing of
carbon dio)ide fire e)tinguishers and o)+gen containers7
/80 @or rotor blade maintenance, have the e,uipment, materials, and
technical data recommended b+ the manufacturer7 and
/!0 @or aircraft fabric wor9, have the e,uipment and materials to appl+
protective coating to structures, machine stitch fabric panels, perform
covering, sewing, and rib stitching operations, appl+ dope and paint
using temperature and humidit+ control e,uipment, install patches,
grommets, tapes, hoo9s, and similar e,uipment, and refinish entire
aircraft and aircraft parts$
!"ction '6 Pri-il"2"s of C"rtificat"s#
The holder of a repair station certificate ma+ -
/a0 'aintain or alter an+ airframe, powerplant, propeller, instrument, radio,
or accessor+, or part thereof, for which it is rated7
/b0 In case of necessar+, unregularl+, notified the Department of Aviation
before operations, maintain or alter an+ article for which it is rated at a
place other than the repair station, if -
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/10 The function would be performed in the same manner as when
performed at the repair station and in accordance with section &! to
&*7
/&0 All necessar+ personnel, e,uipment, material, and technical data is
available at the place where the wor9 is to be done7 and
/80 The inspection procedures manual of the station set forth approved
procedures governing wor9 to be performed at a place other than the
repair station$
/c0 Approval for return to service of an+ aircraft b+ compl+ing with the
Announcement of the Department of Aviation regarding the Approval
of Aircraft 'aintenance (e,uirement and approval for return to service
of an+ article for which it is rated after it has been maintained or altered
b+ issuing the Authori2ed (elease Certificate - Airworthiness Approval
Tag /refer to the form attached to this announcement0$
Bowever, the holder of a repair station certificate ma+ not approved for
return to service an+ aircraft, airframe, aircraft engine, propeller, or
appliance after ma=or repair or ma=or alteration unless the wor9 was done in
accordance with technical data approved b+ the Department of Aviation$
!"ction '1 i,itations of C"rtificat"s#
The holder of a repair station certificate ma+ not maintain or alter an+
airframe, powerplant, propeller, instrument, radio, or accessor+ for which it
is not rated, and ma+ not maintain or alter an+ article for which it is rated if
it re,uires special technical data, e,uipment, or facilities that are not
available to it$
!"ction '' Maint"nanc" of P"rsonn"l. Faciliti"s. E()i$,"nt. an*
Mat"rials#
The holder of a repair station certificate shall provide personnel, facilities
e,uipment, and materials at least e,ual in ,ualit+ and ,uantit+ to the
standards currentl+ re,uired for the issued of the certificate and rating that
it holds$
!"ction '+ P"rfor,anc" !tan*ar*s#
/a0 The holder of a repair station certificate shall perform its maintenance
and alteration operations in accordance with the standards prescribed in
the related airworthiness re,uirements of the Department of Aviation$ It
shall maintain, in current condition, all manufacturers service manuals,
instructions, and service bulletins that relate to the articles that it
maintains or alters$
/b0 The holder of a repair station certificate with a radio rating shall compl+
with the methods prescribed in the related airworthiness re,uirements of
the Department of Aviation that appl+ to electric s+stems$ It shall use
materials, test apparatus, shop e,uipment, performance standards, test
methods, alterations, and calibrations that conform to the
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manufacturerAs recommendations or instructions, or specification
approved b+ the Department of Aviation, or specification to accept good
practices of the aircraft radio industr+$
!"ction '4 Ins$"ction of 9or: P"rfor,"*#
/a0 The holder of a repair station certificate shall, before approving an
airframe, powerplant, propeller, instrument, radio, or accessor+ for
return to service after maintaining or altering it, have that article
inspected b+ a ,ualified inspector$ After performing a maintenance or
alteration operation, the repair station shall certif+ on the maintenance
or alteration record of the article that it is airworth+ with respect to the
wor9 performed$
/b0 @or the purpose of paragraph /a0 of this section, the ,ualified inspector
must be a person emplo+ed b+ the station, who has shown b+
e)perience as a mechanic that he understands the inspection methods,
techni,ues, and e,uipment used in determining the airworthiness of the
article concerned$ Be must also be proficient in using various t+pes of
mechanical and visual inspection aids appropriate for the article being
inspected$
!"ction '5 P"rfor,anc" R"cor*s an* R"$orts#
/a0 The holder of a repair station certificate shall maintain ade,uate records
of the maintenance and alteration it performs on products, in enough
detail to show the ma9e, model, identification number /if an+0, serial
number, and a description of the wor9, naming the mechanic who
performed the wor9, and the inspector of that wor9$ The repair station
shell 9eep each record for at least two +ears after the wor9 it applies to
is done$
/b0 In a case of ma=or repairs or alterations, /refer to the definition in ICA1,
Doc 85-A"1 or set fort b+ the Department of Aviation0$ The repair
station shall report on a repair stationDs form approved b+ the
Department of Aviation, in enough detail to show the ma9e, model,
identification number /if an+0, serial number, and a description of the
wor9 and giving the original cop+ to the product owner and sending a
cop+ to the Department of Aviation$ Bowever, if a ma=or repair or
alteration is made on a transport aircraft, the report ma+ be made in the
aircraft log or other record provided b+ the air operator for that purpose$
-pon re,uest, the repair station shall ma9e all of its maintenance and
alteration records available to the Department of Aviation$
!"ction '/ R"$orts of D"f"cts or Unair4ort1& Con*itions#
/a0 The holder of a repair station certificate shall report to The Department
of Aviation within 7& hours after it discovers an+ serious defect in, or
other recurring unairworth+ condition of, an aircraft, powerplant, or
propeller, or an+ component of an+ of them$ The report shall be made
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ADOA 145 11 June 2001
on a repair stationDs form and approved b+ the Department of Aviation,
describing the defect or malfunction completel+ without withholding
an+ pertinent information$
/b0 If the defect or malfunction could result in an imminent ha2ard to flight,
the repair station shall use the most e)peditious method it can to inform
the Department of Aviation$
!"ction '0 Transitor& Pro-ision
An+ Air Agenc+ Certificate issued under Announcement of the Department
of Aviation on Approval of Aircraft 'aintenance 1rgani2ation dated 3
4une #$%$ &315, shall remain valid until e)pired$
>iven on the 11
th
da+ of 4une #$%$ &3!!
/'r$ .upote Eumpeera0
Director >eneral of the Department of Aviation
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ADOA 145 11 June 2001
A$$"n*i; A
to Anno)nc","nt of t1" D"$art,"nt of A-iation
on A$$ro-al of R"$air !tation
The Inspection <rocedure 'anual of the repair station as specified in
section 8 /a0 /10 of this announcement shall contain the information as
follow6
/10 Detailed e)planation of the repair stationAs inspection s+stem$
/&0 Details for the continuit+ of inspection responsibilit+$
/80 Detailed s+stem of inspecting incoming material$
/!0 Detailed s+stem of preliminar+ inspection$
/30 Detailed s+stem of ,ualit+ audit$
/*0 Detailed s+stem for hidden damage inspection$
/70 (eference to manufacturerAs inspection standards for a particular article
when applicable or necessar+$
/50 .ample of inspection forms and the method of their e)ecution or
reference to a document in the forms manual$
/0 'ethods and procedures for training inspection personnel$
/1;0 Approved procedures governing wor9 performed outside the repair
station$
/110 <rocedures for acceptance of wor9 performed b+ other facilities$
/1&0 If applicable, procedures for wor9 performed for air operators$
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A$$"n*i; =
to Anno)nc","nt of t1" D"$art,"nt of A-iation
on A$$ro-al of R"$air !tation
"1T% 6 When an asteris9 /F0 is shown after an+ =ob function listed in this
appendi) it indicates that the applicant need not have the e,uipment and
material on his premises for performing this =ob function provided he
contracts that particular t+pe wor9 to an outside agenc+ having such
e,uipment and material$
(a) An a$$licant for a Class 1. '. +. or 4 airfra," ratin2 ,)st $ro-i*"
"()i$,"nt an* ,at"rial n"c"ssar& for "ffici"ntl& $"rfor,in2 t1"
follo4in2 >o% f)nctions8
/10 .teel structural components6
(epair or replace steel tubes and fittings using the proper welding
techni,ues when appropriate$
Anticorrosion treatment of the interior and e)terior of steel parts,
'etal plating or anodi2ingF,
.imple machine operations such as ma9ing bushings, bolts, etc$,
Comple) machine operations involving the use of planers, shapers, milling
machines, etc$F,
@abricate steel fitting,
Abrasive air blasting and chemical cleaning operationsF,
Beat treatmentF,
'agnetic inspectionF,
(epair or rebuilt metal tan9sF$
/&0 Wood structure6
.plice wood spars,
(epair ribs and spars /wood0,
@abricate wood sparsF,
(epair or replace metal ribs,
Interior alignment of wings,
(epair or replace pl+wood s9in,
Treatment against wood deca+$
/80 Allo+ s9in and structure components6
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(epair and replace metal s9in, using power tools and e,uipment,
(epair and replace allo+ members and components such as tubes, channels,
cowlings, fittings, attach angles, etc$,
Alignment of components using =igs or fi)tures as in the case of =oining
fuselage sections or other similar operations,
'a9e up wooden forming bloc9s or dies,
@luorescent inspection of allo+ componentsF,
@abricate allo+ members and components such as tubes, channels,
cowlings, fittings, attach angles, etc$F
/!0 @abric covering6
(epair to fabric surfaces,
(ecovering and refinishing of components and entire aircraftF$
/30 Control s+stems6
(enewing control cables, using swaging and splicing techni,ues,
(igging complete control s+stem,
(enewing or repairing all control s+stem hinge point components such as
pins, bushings, etc$,
Install control s+stem units and components$
/*0 ?anding gear s+stems6
(enew or repair all landing gear hinge point components and attachments
such as bolts, bushings, fittings, etc$,
1verhaul and repair elastic shoc9 absorber units,
1verhaul and repair h+draulic-pneumatic shoc9 absorber unitsF,
1verhaul and repair bra9e s+stem componentsF,
Conduct retraction c+cle tests,
1verhaul and repair electrical circuits,
1verhaul and repair h+draulic s+stem componentsF,
(epair or fabricate h+draulic lines$
/70 %lectric wiring s+stems 6
Diagnose malfunctions,
(epair or replace wiring,
Installation of electrical e,uipment,
#ench chec9 electrical components /this chec9 is not to be confused with
the more comple) functional test after overhaul0$
/50 Assembl+ operations6
Assembl+ of airframe component parts such as landing gear, wings,
controls, etc$,
(igging and alignment of airframe components, including the complete
aircraft and control s+stem,
Installation of powerplants,
Installation of instruments and accessories,
Assembl+ and fitting of cowling, fairing, etc$,
(epair and assembl+ of plastic components such as windshields, windows,
etc$,
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ADOA 145 11 June 2001
4ac9 or hoist complete aircraft$
Conduct aircraft weight and balance operations /this function will be
conducted in draft-free area0F,
#alance control surfaces$
(%) An a$$licant for an& class of $o4"r$lant ratin2 ,)st $ro-i*"
"()i$,"nt an* ,at"rial n"c"ssar& for "ffici"ntl& $"rfor,in2 t1"
follo4in2 >o% f)nctions a$$ro$riat" to t1" class of ratin2 a$$li"* for8
/10 Classes 1 and &$
/i0 'aintain and alter powerplants, including replacement of parts6
Chemical and mechanical cleaning,
Disassembl+ operations,
(eplacement of valve guides and seatsF,
(eplacement of bushings, bearings, pins, inserts, etc$,
<lating operations /copper, silver, cadmium, etc$0F,
Beating operations /involving the use of recommended techni,ues
re,uiring controlled heating facilities0,
Chilling or shrin9ing operations,
(emoval and replacement of studs,
Inscribing or affi)ing identification information,
<ainting of powerplants and components,
Anticorrosion treatment for parts,
(eplacement and repair of powerplant allo+ sheet metal and steel
components such as baffles, fittings, etc$F
/ii0 Inspect all parts, using appropriate inspection aids6
'agnetic, fluorescent and other acceptable inspection aidsF,
<recise determination of clearances and tolerances of all parts,
Inspection for alignment of connecting rods, cran9shafts, impeller shafts,
etc$,
#alancing of parts, including cran9shafts, impellers, etc$F,
Inspection of valve springs$
/iii0 Accomplish routine machine wor96
<recision grinding, honing and lapping operations /includes cran9shaft,
c+linder barrels, etc$0F,
<recision drilling, tapping, boring, milling and cutting operationsF,
(eaming of inserts, bushings, bearings and other similar components,
(efacing of valves$
/iv0 <erform assembl+ operations6
:alve and ignition timing operations,
@abricate and test ignition harnesses,
@abricate and test rigid and fle)ible fluid lines,
<repare engines for long- or short-term storage,
@unctional chec9 powerplant accessories /this chec9 is not to be confused
with the more comple) performance test of overhaul0F,
Boist engines b+ mechanical means,
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Install engines in aircraftF,
Align and ad=ust engine controlsF,
Installation of engines in aircraft and alignment and ad=ustment of engine
controls, when completed, must be inspected b+ either an appropriatel+
rated certificated mechanic or certificated repairman$
<ersons supervising or inspecting these functions must thoroughl+
understand the pertinent installation details involved$
/v0 Test overhauled powerplants in compliance with manufacturersD
recommendations6
The test e,uipment will be the same as recommended b+ the manufacturers
of the particular engines undergoing test or e,uivalent e,uipment that will
accomplish the same purpose$ The testing function ma+ be performed b+
the repair station itself, or ma+ be contracted to an outside agenc+$ In either
case the repair station will be responsible for the final acceptance of the
tested engine$
/&0 Class 8$
@unctional and e,uipment re,uirements for turbine engines will be
governed entirel+ b+ the recommendations of the manufacturer, including
techni,ues, inspection methods, and test$
(c) An a$$licant for an& class of $ro$"ll"r ratin2 ,)st $ro-i*"
"()i$,"nt an* ,at"rial n"c"ssar& for "ffici"ntl& $"rfor,in2 t1"
follo4in2 t1" >o% f)nctions a$$ro$riat" to t1" class of ratin2 for8
/10 Class 1
/i0 'aintain and alter propellers, including installation and replacement of
parts6
(eplace blade tipping,
(efinish wood propellers,
'a9e wood inla+s,
(efinish plastic blades,
.traighten bent blades within repairable tolerances,
'odif+ blade diameter and profile,
<olish and buff,
<ainting operations,
(emove from and reinstall on powerplants$
/ii0 Inspect components, using appropriate inspection aids6
Inspect propellers for conformit+ with manufacturerDs drawings and
specifications,
Inspect hubs and blades for failures and defects, using magnetic or
fluorescent inspection devicesF,
Inspect hubs and blades for failures and defects, using all visual aids,
including the etching of parts,
Inspect hubs for wear of splines or 9e+wa+s oran+ other defect$
/iii0 (epair or replace components6 /"ot applicable to this class0$
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/iv0 #alance propellers6
Test for proper trac9 on aircraft,
Test for hori2ontal and vertical unbalance /this test will be accomplished
with the use of precision e,uipment0$
/v0 Test propeller pitch-changing mechanisms6 /"ot applicable to this
class0$
/&0 Class &
/i0 'aintain and alter propellers, including installation and the replacement
of parts6
All functions listed under paragraph /c0/10/i0 of this appendi) when
applicable to the ma9e and model propeller for which a rating is sought,
<roperl+ lubricate moving parts,
Assemble complete propeller and subassemblies, using special tools when
re,uired$
/ii0 Inspect components, using appropriate inspection aids6 All functions
listed under paragraph /c0/10/ii0 of this appendi) when applicable to the
ma9e and model propeller for which a rating is sought$
/iii0 (epair or replace component parts6
(eplace blades, hubs, or an+ of their components,
(epair or replace anti-icing devices,
(emove nic9s or scratches from metal blades,
(epair or replace electrical propeller components$
/iv0 #alance propellers6 All functions listed under paragraph /c0/10/iv0 of
this appendi) when applicable to the ma9e and model propeller for which a
rating is sought$
/v0 Test propeller pitch-changing mechanism6
Test h+draulicall+, propellers and components,
Test electricall+ operated propellers and components,
Test of constant speed devicesF$
(*) An a$$licant for a ra*io ratin2 ,)st $ro-i*" "()i$,"nt an*
,at"rials as follo4s8
/10 @or a Class 1 /Communications0 radio rating, the e,uipment and
materials necessar+ for efficientl+ performing the =ob functions listed in
paragraph /!0 and the following =ob functions6
The testing and repair of headsets, spea9ers, and microphones$
The measuring of radio transmitter power output$
/&0 @or a Class & /"avigation0 radio rating, the e,uipment and materials
necessar+ for efficientl+ performing the =ob functions listed in paragraph
/!0 and the following =ob functions6
The testing and repair of headsets$
The testing of spea9ers$
The repair of spea9ers$F
The measuring of loop antenna sensitivit+ b+ appropriate methods$
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ADOA 145 11 June 2001
The determination and compensation for ,uadrantal error in aircraft
direction finder radio e,uipment$
The calibration of an+ radio navigational e,uipment, en route and approach
aids, or similar e,uipment, appropriate to this rating to approved
performance standards$
/80 @or Class 8 /(adar0 radio rating, the e,uipment and materials necessar+
for efficientl+ performing the =ob functions listed in paragraph /!0 and the
following =ob functions6
The measuring of radio transmitter power output$
The metal plating of transmission lines, wave guides, and similar
e,uipment in accordance with appropriate specifications$F
The pressuri2ation of appropriate radar e,uipment with dr+ air, nitrogen, or
other specified gases$
/!0 @or all classes of radio ratings, the e,uipment and materials necessar+
for efficientl+ performing the following =ob functions6
<erform ph+sical inspection of radio s+stem and components b+ visual and
mechanical methods$
<erform electrical inspection of radio s+stems and components b+ means of
appropriate electrical andCor electronic test instruments$
Chec9 aircraft wiring, antennas, connectors, rela+s, and other associated
radio components to detect installation faults$
Chec9 engine ignition s+stems and aircraft accessories to determine sources
of electrical interference$
Chec9 aircraft power supplies for ade,uac+ and proper functioning$
Test radio instruments$F
1verhaul, test, and chec9 d+namotors, inverters, and other radio electrical
apparatus$F
<aint and refinish e,uipment containers$F
Accomplish appropriate methods of mar9ing calibrations, or other
information on radio control panels and other components, as re,uired$F
'a9e and reproduce drawings, wiring diagrams, and other similar material
re,uired to record alterations andCor modifications to radio /photographs
ma+ be used in lieu of drawings when the+ will serve as an e,uivalent or
better means of recording0$F
@abricate tuning shaft assemblies, brac9ets, cable assemblies, and other
similar components used in radios or aircraft radio installations$F
Align tuned circuits /(@ and I@0$
Install and repair aircraft antennas$
Install complete radio s+stems in aircraft and prepare weight and balance
reportsF /That phase of radio installation re,uiring alterations to the aircraft
structure must be performed, supervised, and inspected b+ ,ualified
personnel0$
'easure modulation values, noise, and distortion in radios$
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'easure audio and radio fre,uencies to appropriate tolerances and perform
calibration necessar+ for the proper operation of radios$
'easure radio component values /inductance, capacitance, resistance, etc$0$
'easure radio fre,uenc+ transmission line attenuation$
Determine wave forms and phase in radios when applicable$
Determine proper aircraft radio antenna, lead-in and transmission line
characteristics and locations for t+pe of radio e,uipment to which
connected$
Determine operational condition of radio e,uipment installed in aircraft b+
using appropriate portable test apparatus$
Determine proper location for radio antennas on aircraft$
Test all t+pes of electronic tubes, transistors, or similar devices in
e,uipment appropriate to the rating$
(") An a$$licant for an& class of instr),"nt ratin2 ,)st $ro-i*"
"()i$,"nt an* ,at"rial n"c"ssar& for "ffici"ntl& $"rfor,in2 t1"
follo4in2 >o% f)nctions. in accor*anc" 4it1 $"rtin"nt s$"cifications an*
,an)fact)r"rs? r"co,,"n*ations. a$$ro$riat" to t1" class of ratin2
a$$li"* for8
/10 Class 1
/i0 Diagnose instrument malfunctions6 Diagnose malfunctioning of the
following instruments6
(ate of climb indicators,
Altimeters,
Air speed indicators,
:acuum indicators,
1il pressure gauges,
@uel pressure gauges,
B+draulic pressure gauges,
Deicing pressure gauges,
<itot-static tube,
Direct indicating compasses,
Accelerometer,
Direct indicating tachometers,
Direct reading fuel ,uantit+ gauges,
1ptical /se)tants, drift sights, etc$0F$
/ii0 'aintain and alter instruments, including installation and replacement
of parts6
<erform these functions on instruments listed under paragraph /e0/10/i0 of
this appendi)$
The function of installation includes fabrication of instrument panels and
other installation structural components$ The repair station should be
e,uipped to perform this function$ Bowever, it ma+ be contract to a
competent outside agenc+ e,uipped to perform the function$
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/iii0 Inspect, test and calibrate instruments6 <erform these functions on
instruments listed under paragraph /e0/10/i0 of this appendi), on and off the
aircraft, when appropriate$
/&0 Class &
/i0 Diagnose instrument malfunctions6 Diagnose malfunctioning of the
following instruments6
Tachometers,
.+nchroscope,
%lectric temperature indicators,
%lectric resistance t+pe indicators,
'oving magnet t+pe indicators,
(esistance t+pe fuel indicators,
Warning units /oil-fuel0,
.els+n s+stems and indicators,
.elf-s+nchronous s+stems and indicators,
(emote indicating compasses,
@uel ,uantit+ indicators,
1il ,uantit+ indicators,
(adio indicators,
Ammeters,
:oltmeters,
/ii0 'aintain and alter instruments, indicating installation and the
replacement of parts6
<erform these functions on instruments listed under paragraph /e0/&0/i0 of
this appendi)$
The function of installation includes fabrication of instrument panels and
other installation structural components$ The repair station should be
e,uipped to perform this function$ Bowever, it ma+ be contracted to a
competent outside agenc+ e,uipped to perform the function$
/iii0 Inspect, test and calibrate instruments6 <erform these functions on
instruments listed under paragraph /e0/&0/i0 of this appendi), on and off the
aircraft, when appropriate$
/80 Class 8
/i0 Diagnose instrument malfunctions6 Diagnose malfunctioning of the
following instruments6
Turn and ban9 indicators,
Directional g+ros,
Bori2on g+ros,
Auto pilot control units and componentsF,
(emote reading direction indicatorsF$
/ii0 'aintain and alter instruments, including installation and replacement
of parts6
<erform these functions on instruments listed under paragraph /e0/80/i0 of
this appendi)$
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The function of installation includes fabrication of instrument panels and
other installation structural components$ The repair station should be
e,uipped to perform this function$ Bowever, it ma+ be contracted to a
competent outside agenc+ e,uipped to perform the function$
/iii0 Inspect, test and calibrate instruments6 <erform these functions on
instruments listed under paragraph /e0/80/i0 of this appendi), on and off the
aircraft, when appropriate$
/!0 Class !
/i0 Diagnose instrument malfunctions6 Diagnose malfunctioning of the
following instruments6
Capacitance t+pe ,uantit+ gauge,
1ther electronic instruments,
%ngine anal+2ers$
/ii0 'aintain and alter instruments, including installation and replacement
of parts6
<erform these functions on instruments listed under paragraph /e0/!0/i0 of
this appendi)$
The function of installation includes fabrication of instrument panels and
other installation structural components$ The repair station should be
e,uipped to perform this function$ Bowever, it ma+ be contracted to a
competent outside agenc+ e,uipped to perform the function$
/iii0 Inspect, test and calibrate instruments6 <erform these functions on
instruments listed under paragraph /e0/!0/i0 of this appendi), on and off the
aircraft, when appropriate$
(f) An a$$licant for a Class 1. '. or + acc"ssor& ratin2 ,)st $ro-i*"
"()i$,"nt an* ,at"rial n"c"ssar& for "ffici"ntl& $"rfor,in2 t1"
follo4in2 >o% f)nctions. in accor*anc" 4it1 $"rtin"nt s$"cifications an*
t1" ,an)fact)r"rs? r"co,,"n*ations8
/10 Diagnose accessor+ malfunctions$
/&0 'aintain and alter accessories, including installation and the replace-
ment of the parts$
/80 Inspect, test, and, where necessar+, calibrate accessories$
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