Progress Aero Works - PAW - Modellers Information

Please feel free to contact us for information on PAW engines at:

PROGRESS AERO WORKS
Union Mill, Union Street
Macclesfield, Cheshire UK
SK11 6QG

Tel / Fax: +44 (0)1625 423891
E-mail here


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Useful links - Dr Diesel,BMFA,Model Technics,CLAPA,PAMPA etc

* * * Freebird plans * * *
A limited number of Freebird plans are now available from Progress Aero Works.
Cost £12 plus postage (£3 UK, £5 rest of the world). Please contact us if interested.
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Tips and answers to frequently asked questions
1. Question
I have an old PAW engine that has not been used for a long time. It is 'gummed' up, how do I free it up?
1. Answer
Soak the engine overnight in diesel fuel mix, this will soften the hardened castor oil inside it.
2. Question
Can I visit the factory / do you have a factory shop?
2. Answer
Model airplane enthusiasts and potential customers for our engineering services are very welcome to visit our factory in Macclesfield. There is no 'shop' as such.
Please telephone first to let us know you are coming (+44 (0)1625 423891).
Please note there is a local street map available from our home page.
3. Question
Can you explain your prices and method of payment?
3. Answer
The prices quoted on the web site are the basic VAT-free prices for the export market. Customers in Great Britain and other European Union countries have to pay VAT at the current UK rate on top of this.
Postage for single engines is chargeable at £14 in Europe and £15 in the rest of the world.
We despatch engines worldwide.
You can convert prices to your currency using Personal Currency Assistant
Payment can be by Visa or Mastercard, send us a fax if you do not wish to send your card details by e-mail.
4. Question
Where can I get ready-mixed fuel?
4. Answer
We recommend Model Technic's D1000, D2000 or D3000.
Available from:
Model Technics
Vanguard Way
Shoeburyness
Essex SS3 9QY
UK
Tel +44 (0)1702 292244, Fax +44 (0)1702 298744
5. Question
Is there a substitute for IPN?
5. Answer
You could use hexyl nitrate.


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