Jet-Care Offers PT6 Trend-monitoring Program

AINmxReports » August 20, 2014
August 20, 2014, 5:00 AM

Jet-Care, a provider of engine condition trend monitoring services, has launched an engine trend program for the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 engine as part of its Gas Path Analysis (GPA) portfolio.

The Jet-Care GPA service targets the detection of engine core deterioration and associated faults by monitoring and trending engine data, enabling clients to monitor the health of their aircraft engines efficiently and effectively. In addition to routine reports detailing the engine status, the Jet-Care service offers technical and administrative support 24/7, with highly experienced engineers available to aid diagnosis, interpretation and provide guidance to maintenance teams.

“Each program is designed and built for a particular engine type by our in-house thermodynamicists, rather than using one system for all engine types. This enables us to provide a very precise trending analysis service specific to the PT6 family of engines,” said Alan Baker, sales and marketing manager.

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