Eviation Aircraft’s First All-Electric Commuter Aircraft has some Parket Parts in it. Just like Appolo 11 and Charles Lindberg’s Spirit of Saint Louis.

These parts and systems include:

  • Cockpit controls: The human interface with the flight control system, consisting of sidestick, throttle, rudder control, and switching devices.
  • Electromechanical flap system: Featuring electromechanical actuators, electronic control units, and position sensors. The system will incorporate patented eSync technology, which uses a single electronics control unit to command multiple motor-driven actuators installed along the flaps on the wing, saving space and weight.
  • Thermal management: Advanced water-cooling equipment for battery and electric propulsion unit heat management, as well as specialized thermal materials for the battery pack.
  • Hydraulic power packs: For steering and braking systems, these miniature hydraulic systems provide efficient power that is localized. These include reliable, proven components such as accumulators and hydraulic hose assemblies.
  • Vibration and noise mitigation: Engine and inverter mount for a hushed cabin environment. 
  • Sealing solutions: Elastomeric static and dynamic seal solutions such as a fire seal wall.

Parker History in Aerospace

In 1927, Parker expanded into airplanes. With close ties to Boeing, Curtis Wright, Glen Martin, and other airplane manufacturers. Parker aerospace vales and fuel systems are the top of the line. For his flight across the Atlantic Ocean, Charles Lindbergh requested Parker parts be used in the construction of his aircraft the Spirit of St. Louis.The firm contributed the system that linked the aircraft’s 16 fuel tanks.