Taking to the Sky
The Aerospace industry focuses on flight in the Earth's atmosphere (aeronautics) and into space (astronautics). The purpose can be for commercial, explorational or military requirements.
TecQuipment provide the equipment to develop an engineers holistic understanding of the industry. Aerospace students will need to have a strong comprehension of flight and aerodynamic principles.
Students are also required to develop their knowledge of a vast array of engineering topics. These include areas such as propulsion, the structural integrity of a plane or how to control the internal environment on a commercial flight.
TecQuipment have a range of equipment to match the needs of a complete aerospace training course.
A versatile, floor-standing unit for the in-depth study of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC & R) systems.
An open circuit suction subsonic wind tunnel with a working section of 300 mm by 300 mm and 600 mm long.
A bench-top industrial-standard tester for accurate measurements of Vickers, Brinell and Rockwell hardness.
Benchtop apparatus that demonstrates the operation characteristics of an evaporative cooling tower.
A hands on simulator that consists of a model aircraft suspended in an open circuit wind tunnel. Includes realistic flight controls to simulate a variety of states of flight including take off, level flight, cruise and landing along with stall.