Aerocet, Inc. Was Issued the Supplemental Type Certificate for Aerocet Model 6650
August 26, 2015 Aerocet, Inc. based in Priest River, IDaho was issued the Supplemental Type Certificate for Aerocet model 6650 amphibious floats equipped on the Quest kodiak 100.
These light weight Carbon composite floats eliminate leaks and corrosion typically associated with aluminum floats, thus substantially reducing maintenance time & costs especially for salt or brackish water operations.
Aerocet incorporated their patented Oil-Bath Wheels for both 6.00-6 dual mains and a 5.00-5 single nose wheel on the 6650’s, virtually eliminating bearing maintenance. They also use Aerocet’s advanced Landing gear advisory system, GRANTING pilots a leading edge product in safety and efficiency. Also, each float incorporates three large storage lockers for loading versatility.
We are very proud of the product our team worked hard to build and excited to watch the floats, combined to the proven Kodiak 100 airframe go out the door and into worldwide fleets. with extensive structural testing and over 400 flight test hours their light WEIGHT AND slick forgiving hulls will give pilots the best advantage of flying safely and comfortably.
Aerocet, Inc. was established in 1987 as a manufacturer specializing in composite aircraft floats. Aerocet is the world’s premier manufacturer of certified composite aircraft floats. The company offers a product line of straight composite aircraft float models for water only landings, as well as amphibious aircraft floats THAT are for both land and water landings. The company is located in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.A. and is housed in 35,000 sq. ft. of modern manufacturing facilities.