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Customers, Turboprops | 2 min read

FUEL PUMP MAINTENANCE TIPS FOR PW100 ENGINES

A PW100 fuel pump is a reliable part that will function properly for a long time—provided you take the right precautions. Our experts provide 3 tips for maintenance.

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4 MUST-HAVES FOR HELICOPTER ENGINE LINE MAINTENANCE

From real-time analysis technology to prevention, P&WC helicopter engine support expert Raymond Arseneau discusses four essentials for your helicopter line maintenance toolkit.

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6 ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR DIY TURBOFAN ENGINE LINE MAINTENANCE

Get equipped to take care of basic turbofan engine line maintenance activities on your own. Our maintenance expert recommends these six must-have DIY tools.

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FASHIONABLY LATE DOESN’T APPLY TO YOUR ENGINE TBO. HERE’S WHY

Every PT6A engine comes with a time between overhaul (TBO) schedule. To ensure optimal performance and reduce maintenance costs, make sure you have your engine serviced before reaching it. Here’s why:

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Performance, PT6A, Turboprops | 3 min read

GROUND PERFORMANCE CHECKS FOR YOUR PT6A

Airtime spoke with Yves Houde, PT6A Customer Manager at P&WC, to discover how the Ground Performance Check (GPC) process plays an important role for PT6A-powered aircraft.

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THE DIGITAL EDGE: NEW SOLUTIONS FOR PROACTIVE ENGINE MAINTENANCE

P&WC’s Proactive-Help Desk is delivering higher availability, lower costs and personalized maintenance recommendations to PW300 customers by mining engine and aircraft data and applying predictive analytics techniques.

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Maintenance, Turboprops | 4 min read

Why Your Engine Needs a Hot Section Inspection

Good aircraft engine maintenance for turbofans and turboprops includes inspecting the hot section. Here’s what you should know about the process.

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Maintenance, Turbofans | 3 min read

What Can You Do About Aircraft Engine FOD?

Anything from a bird in flight to a loose bolt on the runway can cause foreign object damage (FOD) to an aircraft engine. Here's how to reduce the risk.

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