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DART Helicopter
Teams With Red Box International To Distribute Power Unites
DART Helicopter Services (DHS) has goal of Red Box International
announced a new distribution agreement to provide customers with
with Red Box International. DHS cus- competitively priced, high
tomers now have a source to all Red Box quality, and technically ad-
ground power and start units currently vanced products,” said Adrian
sold in North America. Jackson, special projects di-
“We are pleased to add Red Box units rector for Red Box. “This is a
to our product catalog,” said DHS Presi- great opportunity for both
dent Jeff Shapiro. “This enables us to of- DHS and Red Box.”
fer our customers a high quality, reliable Red Box ground power start units are units offer a high charge retention and
range of ground support equipment.” capable of operating in extreme tempera- long storage life with a fast recharge and
Some of the new products include the tures, ranging from -40˚F to +140˚F. no cycling.
Red Box RBSC, which provides continu- Tough and compact, they are air trans- “By adding products like the Red Box
ous power compatible with 28V aircraft portable and maintenance free. Continu- ground power units, DHS is able to fur-
systems, high-quality, highly portable en- ous power units provide stable 50, ther strengthen its position as a company
gine starting systems, and combination 100, 150 or 200 amp output at 28.5V able to offer a complete range of high
start and continuous portable ground DC. They are non-hazardous for air trans- quality products that enhance rotorcraft
power units specially designed for heavy port and can operate in temperatures rang- operations,” Shapiro stated. Red Box joins
duty starting aircraft. ing from -4˚F to +122˚F. Finally, the over 20 other aftermarket product manu-
This affiliation further establishes the combination start and continuous power facturers DHS represents.

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