Engine Training

Borescope Inspection training for PW100 engines

Duration

2 training days (12 hours)

Training Type

Classroom / theoretical / practical

Engine type

PW100 series

Course outline

Explanation and handling of borescope equipment;
Safety requirements and temperature limitations for borescope inspections;
Compressor, combustion chamber, turbine stages and components, which can be inspected by borescope inspection;
Borescope ports to gain access to the necessary inspection areas;
Damage limits for relevant engine parts;
Borescope inspection tasks on aircraft engines and interpretation of findings using the Maintenance Manuals;
Recording the relevant data by use of record sheets and photographic / videoscopic equipment;
Innovations or relevant modifications in borescope inspection procedures;
Performance of these new and/or modified borescope inspection tasks.

Standard

ATA 104 and SAE BI

Target Group

Aircraft inspectors, engineering staff, aircraft maintenance staff, NDT staff.

Group Size

Up to 15 people

Prerequisites

Basic English, aviation-related technical vocabulary

Training Objectives

Conduct inspections according to manufactures requirements

Completion standard

Minimum participation: 90%
Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

Examination

Exam, closed materials, multiple choice questions

Certificate

Certificate of Attendance

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