Jet-Care US Laboratory is awarded American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Service Supplier status.

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Spectro | Jet-Care launch new sample kits for marine customers

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Spectro | Jet-Care confirm compliance with new hydraulic fluid sampling requirements of Airbus OIT

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Spectro | Jet-Care Updates regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

All our laboratories remain open - please read the latest information in the News Section of our website.


What data source types do Jet-Care process?

There are 3 primary data sources for engine trend data:

  1. ​Manual Data - collected by the pilot/crew from cockpit instrumentation readings and transferred to trend sheets or input into iECHO GPA, the Jet-Care iPad app, and then forwarded to us via email, fax or internet message.
  2. Electronic Data - downloaded by engineers/pilots in various file types from onboard computers. (Typically Maintenance Data Computers, Engine Electronic Control Computers e.g. MDC, FADEC, EEC, DEEC, etc).
  3. ACARS - real time data transmitted directly from the aircraft by automated systems using various-on-board avionic equipment and via Satcom and HF radio links to ground stations - and onward to Jet-Care.