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MT-Propeller offers three-blade prop for Piper PA–23

MT-Propeller announced it has received FAA STC approval for its three-blade MTV-12 propeller for installation on Piper PA–23 series aircraft.

Photo courtesy of MT-Propeller.

According to the company, the propeller blades are foreign object debris (FOD) repairable and boast vibration damping characteristics for “almost vibration free propeller operations.” The stainless steel leading edge blades are made with MT-Propeller’s proprietary composite material that is designed to give the propeller unlimited blade life with reduced outside and inside noise.

The MTV-12 propeller can be installed on PA–23-235, PA–E23-250, and PA–23-250 aircraft powered by Lycoming O-540-A and B series and IO-540-C series powerplants.

MT-Propeller is based in Germany and currently produces 30 certified propellers for use on piston and turbine aircraft, including hydraulic and electric controlled variable-pitch propellers as well as two-blade fixed-pitch propellers.

Niki Britton
eMedia Content Producer
eMedia Content Producer Niki Britton joined AOPA in 2021. She is a private pilot who enjoys flying her 1969 Cessna 182 and taking aerial photographs.
Topics: Multiengine Piston, Aircraft Modifications

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