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Jet-Care Extends Gas Path Analysis to Rolls-Royce Engines

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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Engine condition trend monitoring specialist Spectro Jet-Care has extended its gas path analysis (GPA) service available for Rolls-Royce engines powering business aircraft. Last week, the UK-based group started offeringGPA support for the following turbofans: BR700-710C4, BR700-725A12, BR700-725A1, Tay 611-8, AE3007A andAE3007C.

The process detects deterioration and faults in the engine core by analyzing key flight data parameters, including fuel flow, shaft speeds and gas temperatures. “These new additions to our already extensive range of Jet-CareGPA engine trend programs allow operators of single or mixed engine types to tend their entire fleet with one quality provider,” said Jet-Care CEO David Glass. “We feel very strongly about providing full support to an operator and always look at any potential engine issues from an operational perspective. “We do not expect an operator to work on a ‘no news is good news’ basis or to work it out for themselves as is the case with so many of the other commercially available trend programs.”

The company has laboratories in the UK and Switzerland. Its U.S. headquarters is in Morristown, N.J.



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