Help Seeing the Big Picture
Access to a Unique Scientific Resource without adding personnel
Over the last decade the use of multifunctional teams, cross-training, doing more with less, and working smarter not harder have become the mantra of contemporary companies. One person now does the sample receiving, inspection, evaluation, and documentation. Nothing new? But they are also the one responsible for identifying the compliant recordkeeping system, uploading the current patch, formatting the input files, and controlling the data access. Not enough? They are also the one identifying new research projects, writing proposals, preparing documentation, developing the teams, leading the project, and executing the research. Sometimes it is impossible to see the big picture anymore for all the work. How can one person recognize opportunities, connect resources, identify synergies, and bring it all together? All while doing the job for which one was hired?
Consider asking us for help. We are available to provide technical assistance and analytical testing on a wide variety of fuel, lubricant and sealing material subjects. Companies want to find more environmentally friendly products and processes, but are struggling to add another topic to their list of projects. We get paid to see things going on across the landscape and painting a unified picture. Your staff is already spread thinly and have no more time to take on one more project. Baere Aerospace can help you on a contract basis. You only pay for the time and services you need.
Baere offers a full line of technical support services:
Here are some examples of our services, but ask us we, may be able to help you with your own special questions.
Green Aerospace Fluids - Synthetic and Bio-based Fuels and Lubes
New synthetic fuels use Necessary testing
Questions on bio-based fuels General questions
Impacts of use Guidance on research
Engineering Design Support Technical Publications Support
Non-metallic material selection Review for material currency
Manufacturability considerations Approved substitutions
Material compatibility EPA and OSHA triggers review
Field Support Failure Analysis Support
Unknown identification Unknown identification
Sample handling Contamination identification
Testing support Compatibility issues
"Stinky, yucky and gooey" identification
Project Management Support Basic Chemistry Training
Facilitation MSDS training
Liaison between organizations Sample handling training
Project team structure Material safety datasheet training