Perhaps you’re in the middle of a major outage and an issue has cropped up, putting your critical path in jeopardy.
Or maybe you’ve received a technical information letter (TIL) recommending the replacement of L-0 blades, or alerting you to issues with the N2 casing or diaphragms.
Not to mention rotor vibration or bowing which can have serious consequences.
Suddenly, you’re looking at significant expenditure and the potential for extensive lead times.
That’s if you go with traditional replacement options.
Learn more about these solutions, including our unique in-situ blade repair and titanium blade refurbishment, at the link below.