Piqua, Ohio, June 23, 2015 – Hartzell Propeller Inc. has translated key propeller owner manuals into Mandarin, the official spoken language of the People's Republic of China. The propeller manuals cover a number of aircraft approved for flight in China by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).
“This latest initiative by Hartzell Propeller demonstrates that the company is committed to Chinese owners, operators and mechanics,” said Weiqing (Max) Wang, Hartzell Propeller Managing Director for China, based in Shanghai City. “We have completed translations of propeller owner manuals into Mandarin for the mostpopular turboprop and piston-powered aircraft which come equipped with our propellers.”
The translated Hartzell Propeller turbine manuals include Manual No. 139 for Steel Hub Turbine Propellers with Aluminum Blades and No. 149 for Lightweight Turbine Propellers with Aluminum Blades. In addition, Manual No. 115 N for “Compact” Models with Aluminum Blades covers nearly all the Hartzell-equipped piston engine aircraft operating in China.
All Hartzell Propeller Owner Manuals are available for free download in the Reference Library on Hartzell’s website at hartzellprop.com/services/product-support-library/manuals/.
The Chinese translated manuals cover the following aircraft:
Air Tractor AT402B, AT-504, AT-802
Beechcraft Baron 58
Beechcraft Bonanza 36
Beechcraft King Air C90GTi, B200, 350
Cessna 182J, 208B, T240 (TTx)
Cirrus SR22, SR20
Daher TB20, TBM 700/850/900
Gippsland GA8 Airvan, GA10
Hafei Y12 II, Y12 IV, Y12 E, Y12 F
Mooney M20TN (Acclaim)
Pacific Aero P750XL
Piaggio P180 Avanti EVO
Pilatus PC-6, PC-12
Piper PA42 Cheyenne
Piper PA44 Seminole
Quest Kodiak 100
Viking Air Twin Otter
“As the number of Hartzell Propeller equipped aircraft flying in China continues to grow, including a number of newly delivered aircraft utilizing structural composite blades, the need for operation, maintenance and repair manuals in Mandarin will continue to grow," Wang said. "Hartzell Propeller is dedicated to ensuring that Chinese customers have the technical information to safely and efficiently operate and maintain their aircraft with manuals written in Mandarin.”