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Issued by Duncan Aviation.

July 13, 2020

Duncan Aviation's battery shop remains open despite Securaplane closure due to pandemic

Duncan Aviation's service agreement with Securaplane was renewed earlier this year, and Duncan Aviation is continuing its support of Securaplane batteries even while the manufacturer temporarily closes this month due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In addition to repair and reblock capabilities, Duncan Aviation parts and rotable sales has an on-hand inventory of Securaplane batteries available for sale.

In spite of the uncertainties today, its team is continuing to work hard to meet customer demands, staffing its 1,400-square-foot full-service aircraft battery shop seven days a week. Located in Lincoln, Nebraska, the shop incorporates a battery cooler and advanced diagnostic test sets, including 2400w programmable DC electronic load banks, lead acid analysers and main NiCad charger analysers. The shop sees 85 to 100 batteries each week, and on average 75% are checked, charged, and returned to customers within five days.