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September 8, 2015 — Seattle, Wash. — Raisbeck Engineering has begun FAA certification flight-testing on the first of two brand new Swept Blade Propeller designs for the King Air 350. These propellers incorporate the latest swept blade technology that is also available for King Air 90 and 200 models.
The Raisbeck/Hartzell 4-bladed Aluminum Swept Blade Propellers are currently in FAA Certification flight-testing and will be completed by month-end. The 5-bladed Composite Swept Blade Propellers begin certification flight-testing on the same King Air 350 in October, and will be completed in early November of this year.
Raisbeck Engineering and Hartzell Propeller Inc. have a long-standing relationship in developing swept-blade technology for the entire King Air family. The results of these efforts provide increased across-the-board performance, a truly quiet environment, and stunning ramp presence. Both companies look forward to introducing the newest members of the Swept Blade Propeller family to King Air 350 operators worldwide.
Both versions of the newest 350 props will be on display at Raisbeck's booth during this year's NBAA, held November 17th-19th in Las Vegas, Nevada. King Air 350 owners can place orders for the new props at the show. Deliveries begin in January 2016.
Raisbeck Engineering continues in the tradition of its founder, dedicated to the improvement in performance and productivity of business and commercial aircraft through the infusion of advanced technology into in-service and new production aircraft. For more information about Raisbeck Engineering and our products, please visit www.raisbeck.com