AVIATION TERMINOLOGY




Airframe - Structure of an aircraft

AOG - Aircraft on the ground

Borescope - A straight tube telescope used to visually inspect the insides of an engine CFE Company - A joint venture between Honeywell Aerospace and GE Aviation who manufacturers the CFE738

EASA - European Aviation Safety Agency Engine Fleet Management - Management of a company's engine maintenance

Exchange - Interchange of same type or value

FAA - Federal Aviation Administration

Field Service - Certified technicians making repairs on site

FOD - Foreign object damage

Honeywell - Fortune 100 company that manufacturers products such as the HTF7000, TFE731, ATF3, ALF502L

Hot Section - Consists of the compressor turbine disc, compressor turbine blades, vane ring, small exit duct, shroud housing, compressor turbine shrouds and large exit duct and combustion liner

Lightning Strike - When an aircraft has been struck by lightning

MIO - Metal in Oil

MRO - Maintenance Repair Organization

Off Wing - When engine is removed from the airframe

On-Site - Our team responding to your engine maintenance at the location of aircraft

On Wing - The state of the engine when attached on airframe

Pratt & Whitney Canada - Designer and manufacturer of the PW300 engine

Prop Strike - When a prop makes contact with any object

Service Center - Authorized facility for repairs

Sudden Stoppage - The sudden loss of thrust to the engine compressor

TAT - Turn-around time

Turbofan - Type of jet engine that finds wide use in aircraft propulsion






COMPANY FACILITIES


PHONE: 817-625-6100
EMAIL: TES@TESservice.com

3804 Falcon Way West
Hangar 18 South
Meacham Field
Fort Worth, Texas 76106

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FAA REPAIR STATION CERTIFICATE:

TEHR262X



EASA CERTIFICATE:

145.6303




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