For the few who are insure about Repairman ratings there are two.
“inspection” or “maintenance.” The rating is identified on the repairman certificate with the appropriate limitation.
The owner of an ELSA may apply for a repairman certificate with an inspection rating after completion of the required 16 hour training course. The training must be for the same class of aircraft for which the owner seeks inspection privileges. This rating allows an aircraft owner to perform the required annual condition inspection on an aircraft that he or she owns, which has been issued an airworthiness certificate under 21.191. The aircraft will be identified on the owner’s repairman certificate by registration and serial number. If an individual owns several similar makes and models of LSA or owns an LSA in another class, that individual will be issued a repairman certificate that lists each aircraft that the repairman is eligible to inspect if the required training is completed.
Any individual may apply for a repairman (LSA) certificate with a maintenance rating after completion of the required training for a specific class of LSA. The length of required training varies depending on the class of aircraft for which the owner seeks privileges. A repairman with a maintenance rating may perform maintenance and required inspections on SLSA within the class of his or her rating. A repairman may also hold several aircraft class ratings on his or her repairman certificate. Each rating will also allow the individual to perform the annual condition inspection for LSA within that class.
I know a lot of us know this but there are some that don't.
Wings finished to iS standard
iS Finishing Kit Finished
iS Fuselage Finished (mostly)
iS Engine Kit Finished
iS Avionics Kit in work
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