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Replace mufflers on reciprocating engine airplanes with more than 1,000 SAIB CE-10-33

Posted by FAA on 05.10.10 at 09:31 AM

 

The report shows that after researching National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) accidents related to carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, the muffler system was the top source of CO. For the CO-related cases where the muffler was identified as the source of the CO leakage, 92 percent had a muffler with more than 1,000 hours of service.

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The Federal Aviation Administration tasked Wichita State University to conduct research that focuses on carbon monoxide safety issues as they apply to general aviation products. A technical report titled “Detection and prevention of carbon monoxide exposure in General Aviation Aircraft, Document No. DOT/FAA/AR-09/49, dated October 2009” is available from the National Technical Information Services using the contact information noted below and is also available electronically at http://www.tc.faa.gov/its/worldpac/techrpt/ar0949.pdf

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