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Jet-Care launch new engine trend monitoring programs for Rolls-Royce engines

15th September 2015

Today Jet-Care® announced the launch of new trend programs as part of its Gas Path Analysis (GPA) engine portfolio.

The new programs, for the Rolls-Royce BR700-710C4, BR700-710A12, BR700-725A1, Tay 611-8, AE3007A and AE3007C series of engines, have been developed by the Jet-Care Aeronautical Engineering Team, using the same robust in house engine modeling processes used across its already extensive engine portfolio.  The Jet-Care programs are renowned for their sensitivity and ability to identify engine problems and deterioration, ahead of other less responsive trend programs available in the marketplace.

“These new additions to our already extensive range of Jet-Care GPA engine trend programs allow operators of single or mixed engine types to trend their entire fleet with one quality provider” said David Glass, CEO of Jet-Care.  “We feel very strongly about providing full support to an operator and always look at any potential engine issues from an operational perspective.  We do not expect an operator to work on a ‘no news is good news’ basis or to work it out for themselves as is the case with so many of the other commercially available trend programs”. 

As an independent company and the only engine trend monitoring company with Lloyds Register Quality Assurance accreditation for EN9100 and ISO9001 Quality Management System standards, Jet-Care provide a first class service fully focused on its customers.  By operating a truly 24/7 service Jet-Care have the ability to fast track data and trends plus their on-call engineers are available at any time of day or night to alert customers of abnormal engine trends that highlight potential engine issues.