What does it mean to be
FAA-Part 145 Compliant?

The term Repair Station refers to a maintenance facility that has a certificate issued by the FAA under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations ( 14 CFR ) Part 145 and is engaged in the maintenance, inspection, and alteration of aircraft and aircraft products. Alltite’s laboratories comply with the FAA Part 145 standard for calibrations through the following points of execution:



Determine calibration status of new MTE before using the new tools.

Dictated by customer

Have written procedures to prescribe how and when MTE is recalled for calibration.

Dictated by customer

Ensure the calibration and tracking system includes employee owned MTE (if applicable).

Tools can be calibrated by Alltite technicians / customer can upload additional certificates on TorqueWarePRO™

Have written procedures to establish calibration intervals.

Dictated by customer, maintained by TorqueWare™

Maintain a list of all calibrated equipment by name, model or part number, serial number, date of calibration, and next calibration due date.

Populated by TorqueWare™ by our calibration techs

Keep calibration records for at least 2 years.

TorqueWare™ maintains calibration data for 10 years

Identify MTE to prevent using noncalibrated equipment in the maintenance process.

TorqueWare™ identifies tooling out of calibration by turning tooling red

Identify MTE to include the serial number or other identification, date of last calibration, date calibration is due, and the name or initials of the person who performed the calibration.

Certificates maintained in TorqueWare™

Properly identify MTE that is not used to make airworthiness determinations (e.g., “reference only”.

Customer driven request, through TorqueWarePRO™