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  • Precision Engine Controls
  • Industry: Aircraft Parts
  • City: San Diego, CA
  • Precision Engine Controls Corporation (PECC) evolved from a company founded in 1968 called Spasors Corporation, which specialized in aircraft instrumentation equipment. Today, PECC manufactures control systems, fuel metering valves and actuators for industrial gas turbine engines. In the 70¡¯s, the company focused on manufacturing industrial turbine control systems under the name Continental Controls Corporation and in 1978 the company was acquired by Bendix. It then transitioned into military electronic engine controls under the name Bendix Energy Controls, while maintaining the industrial turbine controls line of the former company.