Composite Props from MT Now Available for Many Cessna Models

Under an STC received early this month by Flight Resource of Bloomer, Wisconsin, most larger single-engine Cessna piston models from the 180 taildragger through the 210 series are now eligible for retrofit with composite propellers from MT Propeller of Straubing, Germany. The lightweight propellers incorporate a steel leading edge and scimitar-shape blades with no life limits. Installing an MT Propeller should also provide less vibration, greater performance and removal of any restrictions to the rpm arc. Electric or fluid deicing is available as is MT's patented Kevlar spinner. Founded in 1981, MT Propeller has produced tens of thousands of its propeller blades and service is available at more than 24 authorized shops throughout the United States.