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P&WC'S NEW OIL ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGY GAINS MOMENTUM
Monday, July 25, 2016
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Source: Pratty & Whitney Canada


PT6A

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OSHKOSH, Wis. - With more than 1,300 engines enrolled in the customer trial, Pratt & Whitney Canada's (P&WC's) innovative Oil Analysis Technology Program continues to build momentum as a next-generation on-wing monitoring solution for preventive maintenance. P&WC is encouraging the more than 15,000 operators of PT6A-powered aircraft flying worldwide, who have not already joined the trial, to participate as "early adopters" in supporting the calibration of the technology across PT6A engine models.

Now in the final stages of its development, P&WC's innovative oil debris monitoring technology is demonstrating in the test environment its potential to drive increased aircraft availability and reduce costs. The highly sensitive technology detects minute particles within engine oil, providing early and precise exposure of the deterioration in oil-wetted components - giving detailed information about what is happening inside the engine without removing it. Once the solution reaches maturity in the next 15 to 24 months, there are many indications it will surpass the effectiveness of any other oil debris monitoring technology.

Participants in the trial are asked to collect oil samples at regular intervals and send them for analysis in pre-paid shipping envelopes provided by P&WC. They have the option to receive informational reports with oil analysis results and technology updates at no cost during the trial. Specific terms and conditions apply.

Source:  Marketwired
Associated URL: www.marketwired.com
Source Date: July 25, 2016
Posted: 07/25/2016

 
 
P&WC'S NEW OIL ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGY GAINS MOMENTUM
Monday, July 25, 2016
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Source: Pratt & Whitney Canada


Source: Pratt & Whitney Canada


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OSHKOSH, Wis. - With more than 1,300 engines enrolled in the customer trial, Pratt & Whitney Canada's (P&WC's) innovative Oil Analysis Technology Program continues to build momentum as a next-generation on-wing monitoring solution for preventive maintenance. P&WC is encouraging the more than 15,000 operators of PT6A-powered aircraft flying worldwide, who have not already joined the trial, to participate as "early adopters" in supporting the calibration of the technology across PT6A engine models.

Now in the final stages of its development, P&WC's innovative oil debris monitoring technology is demonstrating in the test environment its potential to drive increased aircraft availability and reduce costs. The highly sensitive technology detects minute particles within engine oil, providing early and precise exposure of the deterioration in oil-wetted components - giving detailed information about what is happening inside the engine without removing it. Once the solution reaches maturity in the next 15 to 24 months, there are many indications it will surpass the effectiveness of any other oil debris monitoring technology.

Participants in the trial are asked to collect oil samples at regular intervals and send them for analysis in pre-paid shipping envelopes provided by P&WC. They have the option to receive informational reports with oil analysis results and technology updates at no cost during the trial. Specific terms and conditions apply.

Source:  Marketwired
Associated URL: www.marketwired.com
Source Date: July 25, 2016
Posted: 07/25/2016

 
 
FIRST LEAP-1A-POWERED A320NEO DELIVERED TO PEGASUS AIRLINES
Thursday, July 21, 2016
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Source: CFM


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WEST CHESTER, Ohio - Turkey’s Pegasus Airlines has become the first airline to take delivery of the Airbus A320neo powered by CFM International’s LEAP-1A engines. The delivery was marked by a private celebration at Airbus facilities in Hamburg, Germany, on July 19th.

Airbus had selected the LEAP-1A as an option for the A320neo in 2010 and the engine flew for the first time on the A320neo on May 19, 2015. The LEAP-powered A320neo received its Type Certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on May 31, 2016.

The LEAP-1A, which powers the Airbus A319neo, A320neo, and the A321neo aircraft, features some of the industry’s most advanced technologies. The engine will provide operators with double-digit improvements in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions compared to today’s best CFM engine, along with dramatic reductions in engine noise and exhaust gaseous emissions.

Source:  CFM
Associated URL: www.cfmaeroengines.com
Source Date: July 21, 2016
Posted: 07/22/2016

 

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