Category Archives: Aviation Facts & Questions

Hacks To Help You Survive The Winter Flight

Winter is a great time for flying, with clear skies and no bugs to worry about. But it can also be dangerous if you're unprepared. Here are some hacks that will help you stay safe when flying your light aircraft during winter.   At Knisley Welding Aircraft Exhaust System, we know how important it is to be able to fly safely, and we believe in the value of being able to make exhaust repairs that don't compromise safety. For more information about our services, contact us at sales@knisleyexhaust.com or call us at (800) 522-6990 (toll-free).   1. Know your limitations (...

Why Planes Fly Differently in Cold Weather

If you've ever flown in a plane, you've probably noticed (and perhaps wondered about) that planes fly differently on cold days than on warm ones. The colder the air is, the more weight it takes to keep your plane flying.   With hundreds of FAA/PMA-approved parts on the shelf and ready to ship, why choose anyone else for your light aircraft exhaust repair? Contact Knisley Welding Aircraft Exhaust System at sales@knisleyexhaust.com or call us at (800) 522-6990 (toll-free).   To help you understand why this happens and what it means for your flight experience, we'll walk you through ...

How Cold Weather Helps Your Planes Fly Better

It's no secret that planes are most comfortable flying in warm air. But did you know that colder air can actually help your aircraft fly better?   With our reliable machining capabilities and state-of-the-art welding equipment, we can make repairs quickly to get you back up in the air as soon as possible. Contact Knisley Welding Aircraft Exhaust System at sales@knisleyexhaust.com or call us at (800) 522-6990 (toll-free).   In this post, we'll talk about how the temperature of the air affects a plane's performance and why cold weather can actually be a good thing for pilots.   A ...

Factors to Determine What Aircraft Welding to Use

In the welding industry, there are many different types of welding. The type of welding you use depends on the material you are welding and the purpose of the welded part.  Get your aircraft in tip-top shape at all times with the Knisley Welding Aircraft Exhaust System. Contact us at sales@knisleyexhaust.com or call us at (800) 522-6990 (toll-free)! In this article, we will go over some factors to consider when choosing your aviation welding method to ensure you get the best results possible. Material Type One of the first things you should determine when choosing an aviation welding process ...

How Expansion and Contraction of Metals Affect Aviation Welding Process

Aviation welding is a specialized type of welding used to assemble aircraft. This type of welding has unique challenges because it must adhere to strict safety regulations and requirements. In this article, we'll discuss how expansion and contraction can affect the quality of aviation welding and what you can do about it. Read more of our BLOGS here: https://knisleyexhaust.com/blog/  What Is Aviation Welding? Aviation welding refers to a process of joining or repairing metal parts using heat, fusion, and pressure. The procedure applies to various metals such as aluminum, magnesium, titanium, and steel.   In aviation welding, ...

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