Three-Blade Scimitar Top
Prop With De-Icing
Owners of turbocharged Cessna T210L Centurions withpropellerde-icecannowexperienceimproved performance in all phases of flight by installing
one of Hartzell Propeller’s newest three-blade scimitar Top
Props, with a fully compatible propeller de-ice system. The
Hartzell factory-installed electro-thermal de-ice boots, as
well as new propeller de-ice kits, enhance the company’s
existing STC coverage for those aircraft that were originally equipped with propeller de-icing, now including turbocharged 28-volt T210L airplanes. Learn more at www.
HartzellProp.com or call 937-778-4200.
FLIR for LSA and
From FLIR Systems Inc. comes EVSx, a compact hermal imaging enhanced vision system for ex- perimental and light-sport aircraft (LSA). EVSx lets
pilots see in darkness and during other times of reduced
visibility conditions like haze, smoke, light fog, light precipitation, and dust, enhancing the aviator’s situational
awareness in all phases of flight. The EVSx unit weighs
less than 1 pound and is priced at $3,495. Visit www.FLIR.
com to learn more.
ICAS Seeks Nominations
The International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) Founda- tion is looking for nominations for the Air Show Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame was created in 1995 to recognize those who made significant contributions to the air
show industry, and it represents the pilots, stunt people, announcers, producers, aircraft designers, builders, and other
innovators who have changed the face of air shows.
Submit nominations at www.ICASFoundation.org. For
more information, e-mail OliversSkyDancer@aol.com.
Cessna Moves Corvalis
Deliveries to Kansas
Cessna Aircraft Company has begun deliveries of the Corvalis line of single-engine piston aircraft at the company’s customer center in Independence, Kansas, the first step in moving the entire production line from Cessna’s facility in Oregon. Cessna
will close its Bend, Oregon, facility. The final assembly
and delivery process for the Corvalis product line will
be moved to Cessna’s facility in Independence. Learn
more at www.Cessna.com.
An Airfield in a Case
Tektite Industries now offers portable landing strip lighting for fixed-wing
aircraft with its Landing Strip Light Kit. The kit includes 40 of Tektite’s LED-powered Landing Strip/Runway Lights, enough to illuminate up to a 4,000-foot
runway, in a wheeled, heavy-duty case. Mounted on spring-loaded, weighted
bases to keep them upright in high winds and strong propeller wash, these LED
boundary lights provide operators with light in remote and infrastructure-poor
areas. Bulb life is rated at more than 10,000 hours and will operate for more than
20 hours on common alkaline batteries included with the equipment. See it at
Booth 4027 in Hangar D at AirVenture, visit www.EZ-LZ.com, or call 609-656-0600.