Citation 525 Avionics and Interior Upgrade
Welcome to Vortek Aviation
Led by General Manager Rick Santiesteban, the team at Vortek Aviation has over 60 years of combined avionics experience. Our technical team has been factory trained and take great pride in staying at the forefront of avionics trends. Our focus is exclusively on meeting the needs and expectations of our customers.
One of the biggest obstacles that older aircraft face is the incorporation of new technology. With our vast knowledge and understanding of FAA rules and regulations we are at the forefront of delivering solutions that not only meet the client's needs but pass regulatory requirements. Our team has a long history of delivering solutions that other avionics shops simply could not provide.
Avionics is all about the wiring!
Vortek sets industry standards for component wiring.
When Vortek installs a new electronic unit into your aircraft we remove all existing and antiquated wiring and replace with Tefcel. Tefcel is the standard in wire for connection of sensitive electronics equipment. Industry data shows that 80% of avionics shops do not adhere to this standard in order to save time and money. Failure to follow this process is the number one cause of avionics issues down the road for aircraft owners.
Fabricating a completely new panel to accommodate new equipment.
Vortek develops specialized engineering solutions.
When creating the overall design for an avionics installation our team of engineers puts special importance on minimizing weight for the aircarft and where possible reducing the space footprint of the avionics package. Most avionics shops lack the technical skills required to develop this cirtical engineering. The vast majority of our installations result in significant weight reductions.
With our state of the art C&C and fabrication technology, we have the ability to tackle the toughest jobs that other avionics shops cannot perform. As part of our completion package, clients are provided with drawings that include both wiring schematics and airframe engineering.