Meet our Partners
We all uniquely express ourselves, and for the car enthusiast, this is apparent in the modification of our most prized possessions - our vehicles. We don't see vehicles as a mode of transport but as a piece of art and expression of who we are. And thus, Performance Centre was established with car enthusiasts in mind.
Ford Performance Parts, Roush Performance Parts and Vaughn Gittin's Authentic RTR Vehicles are three prominent brands that are distributed and fitted by Performance Centre. These world class brands comply with OEM requirements, keeping the warranty of the vehicle in tact when fitted by an approved technician. We take pride in the fact that all of our parts and products conform to the highest quality standards and provide our customers with the freedom of choice to express themselves.
Aerosud Aviation has been in the Aerospace Engineering and Manufacturing business since 1990, and is now located at a facility on the Eastern border of the Waterkloof Air Force Base. It has a workforce of 700 people involved in the design and manufacture of parts and assemblies for civil aviation products for OEM's and Tier 1 customers such as Boeing, Airbus, Spirit Aero systems, Safran for application on aircraft such as the Boeing 737, 777, and Airbus A320, A350, and A380. Our capabilities include vacuum forming, composite lay-up, sheet metal parts, machining, welded components, and complex assemblies.
University of Pretoria
The Museum has a long and distinguished relationship with the University of Pretoria. This relationship will be developed further, with the possibility of a research project being allocated to the final year Aeronautical Engineering students at the University of Pretoria.
Tshwane University of Technology
SAAF Museum Projects are under taken by the final year Engineering students at TUT. These Projects form part of the students final year thesis. 2016. The Vampire cockpit is to be transformed into a simulator. This is a ten year Project, due its complexity. The project is divided into ten phases, with the first phase to be allocated in 2016. Additionally, two further Engineering projects are also under way, which should be finalized in 2016.
Aeronautical Society of South Africa
The ASSA has provided immense support to the Spitfire Project. Aeronautical Engineers from ASSA now support and are involved in the Spitfire Project. These Engineers form the crucial core of the team, for the reconstruction of the Spitfire. Members of ASSA, from other disciplines have also joined the Project, thereby adding further skills to the Project, ranging from SHERQ to complimentary Engineering disciplines.
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