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Hartzell Propeller Service Center Bumps Warranty up to 2yr/2,000 Hours

In-House Services Get Increased Time for Warranty Service, Greater Availability

Hartzell Propeller has announced some nice changes to gear from its official Hartzell Service Center, with a new warranty increase to 2 years or 2,000 flight hours (whichever comes first, as usual).

The increased coverage will be accompanied by a wider selection of parts kept on hand at the Center, allowing quicker turnaround times for those sending in their props or hubs for overhaul and service. Hartzell's home base for services, Piqua, Ohio, is additionally helpful because fly-in services are exempt from state sales tax. 

On top of those niceties, Hartzell has expanded its propeller and governor exchange capabilities, keeping props on hand for the Beechcraft 1900D/C, 200/300 series, E90, C90, C90GT, Cessna 208/B, Cirrus SR20/22, Daher TBM, Diamond DA-40, Pilatus PC-12, Piper Seminole, and Viking Twin Otter. Riding along with that is the new governor exchange program, made for "customers requiring minimum flight downtimes." 

In all cases Piqua is ready for business, whether customers need product support, engineering expertise, or factory-level repairs. The location, conveniently within spittin' distance of Hartzell's manufacturing arm, means that both aluminum and composite propellers are ready in a jiffy.

“These improvements at the Hartzell Service Center give our customers extended warranty protection and additional inventory, leading to less flight downtime,” said Director of Hartzell Service Center Scott Foster. “We continually look for ways to add convenience and value for aircraft owners and operators.”

FMI: www.hartzellprop.com

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