Keeping helicopters in the air

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”AMMRF’s continued provision of microscopy to analyse the element concentration in metal particles of the helicopters drive train provides us with superior information to reduce turnaround time of aircraft in maintenance and ensures the safety of our fleet, which is provided to the Ambulance Service of New South Wales for patient transport and retrieval.”

Jeff Bahls, CHC Helicopters

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