Tactair Supplies Primary Flight Controls for Lockheed Martin LM-100J International Debut

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Tactair Fluid Controls Inc.(Hall 3, Stand A117), a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of fluid power and motion control products and systems is proud to be a certified parts licensee and supplier of Primary Flight Control Boost Pack Assemblies certified by Lockheed Martin for their C130 and LM-100 platform programs. The LM-100J will be making its international debut at the 2017 Paris Air Show, where it will be on static display.

The LM-100J’s Primary Flight Control Boost Pack Assemblies include Tactair designed hydraulic components, supporting the aircraft’s aileron, rudder and elevator operations. The included Tactair designed components consist of the hydraulic Actuator Assemblies and the Hydraulic Servo Control Valve Assemblies in each of the three Boost Pack Assemblies.

The LM-100J is the commercial variant of the C-130J Super Hercules. The freighter can perform a variety of tasks including cargo transport, humanitarian relief operations, and aerial firefighting. It made its first flight on May 25th, 2017 in Marietta, Georgia.

Tactair Fluid Controls Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of fluid power and motion control products for brake, landing gear, nose wheel steering, flight control, engine/nacelle control and utility control systems for fixed and rotary wing aircraft, naval service vehicles and land combat vehicles. For more information, visit www.tactair.com.