Gases

February 19, 2008 - 9:14pm

Pratt & Whitney expects to triple the number of engines it washes under its EcoPower program this year, claiming the fuel-saving cleaning process has become “increasingly popular” with airlines.

The company plans to expand the availability of its engine washing technology beyond the existing 11 service centers in the U.S. and Europe to include regional centers and an increase in mobile units capable of washing engines in situ.

February 19, 2008 - 9:14pm

Pratt & Whitney expects to triple the number of engines it washes under its EcoPower program this year, claiming the fuel-saving cleaning process has become “increasingly popular” with airlines.

The company plans to expand the availability of its engine washing technology beyond the existing 11 service centers in the U.S. and Europe to include regional centers and an increase in mobile units capable of washing engines in situ.

 
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