The Moth Service Register

Aerospace NDT Ltd.,
(David Firth),
Suite E6, Heyford House,
1st Avenue,
Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster,
South Yorkshire, DN9 3RH,
Tel: +44 1302 770 771
Fax: +44 1302 770 956
Mobile: 07710 928 786
(Based on the airfield at Doncaster and supplying services throughout most of the the UK and mainland Europe, Aerospace NDT Ltd offer testing by ultrasonics, radiography, liquid penetrant, eddy current and magnetic particle technology. David Firth is a Tiger Moth owner (G-AXAN), and offers special reductions to other Moth owners for NDT work on their own aircraft (no cheating please). CAA, EASA and FAA approved)

Air France Industrie,
(Joël Mançois)
Département MIWT,
Orly Sud 124,
94396 Orly Aérogare Cedex,
Tel: +33 (0) 1 41 75 50 82
Fax: +33 (0) 1 41 75 58 53
(Full range of NDT services in lab or field for private aircraft operators)

Caparo Testing Technologies,
(Daniel Fish),
Inspection House,
61 Albert Road North,
Reigate, Surrey, England Tel:+44 1737 222 211
Fax: +44 1737 234 228
Email :
(Caparo Testing is present in several European locations but it is the Reigate office, once trading as Materials Measurements Ltd,  that is EASA, CAA and FAA accredited for aeronautical materials testing)

CFS Aeroproducts Ltd.,
(Mark Bird),
The Alvis Works,
Bubbenhall Road,
Baginton, Coventry, CV8 3BB England
Tel: +44 2476 305 873
Fax: +44 2476 302 088
(CFS Aeroproducts, once a subsidiary of vintage transport fleet operator Air Atlantique, is now an independent company. CFS offers various NDT test capabilities)

Vintage Engine Technology Ltd.,
(Paul Sharman),
Fullers Hill,
Little Gransden Airfield,
Sandy, Bedfordshire,
SG19 3BP, England
Tel/Fax: +44 1767 651 794
(Vintage Engine Technology has become a byword for excellence in the reconstruction of Gipsy series engines and many others. With the partial retirement of founder Mike Vaisey, Paul Sharman, long time Director of the company, has taken the lead role)

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This page last updated on 29 February, 2016.

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