The Jet-Care GPA Service
(1) Information correct as at 23 September 2022 according to OASIS (Online Aerospace Supplier Information System), the system owned and maintained by International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG).
The effectiveness of any engine trending program is dependent on the amount of data recorded, the timeliness of data submission and its analysis. To find out more click the button below to download our guide to Supplying Engine Performance Data.
Our app for iPad, iECHO GPA™ allows pilots to enter data electronically rather than record it manually on paper trend sheets. Click the button below to take a look at iECHO GPA.
Jet-Care also provide a range of comprehensive laboratory analysis services to the aviation industry via our three laboratories, based in the USA, UK and Switzerland.
Engine oil, oil filter debris and chip detector debris are analysed to provide early warning of abnormal issues to reduce repair cost as well as avoid potential in-flight shutdowns. When your filter is due for a change why not send it to us for analysis?
The regular testing of hydraulic fluids provides early detection of abnormal wear in system components, potential contamination and water content, helping keep critical control systems in optimum condition.
Fuel can accumulate water which can harbour potential microbiological growth causing damage to the aircraft fuel components requiring expensive repair and clean-up. Early detection allows for proactive treatment of the fuel to kill the bacterial growth.
Click here to find out more about our range of sample kits to assist with your fluid and debris sampling or contact our Sales team to find out more.
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