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Trig Avionics Names Mid-Continent New U.S. Service Center

By | April 4, 2013

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Edinburgh, Scotland-based Trig Avionics has approved Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics as its new U.S. service center.

The approval allows Mid-Continent’s Wichita, Kan. facility to service Trig's TT21, TT22 and TT31 transponders, TY91 and TY92 VHF Comm radios. Prior to the approval, Trig sent a field support engineer to conduct test, teardown, rebuild and fault diagnosis of their products at the Mid-Continent facility.

Trig has 75 approved dealers based in the U.S., and joins Mid-Continent's service network which includes Kannad, Honeywell and United Instruments.

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