Manufacturers and operators of gas turbines, gearboxes and rotating equipment used in critical applications including aerospace, wind turbines, and industrial power rely on Gastops for actionable physics-based insights
of failure mode research
We push condition monitoring forward by continually bringing new innovative technologies and services to market. Learn about our track record of innovation and how we are creating the digital future.
We offer a comprehensive suite of condition monitoring solutions that combine critical component data from real-time online technologies, at-line tools, and laboratory analysis with unparalleled domain expertise and engineering services. Learn about our end-to-end suite of products and services.
We continue to earn the trust of the world’s largest engine, turbine, and gearbox manufacturers, operators and maintainers to monitor, protect and maintain their equipment:
Major North American airline cuts delays and costs with ChipCHECK.
To a large commercial aircraft operator, every minute an asset is delayed equals significant costs. Traditionally, the discovery of wear debris “chips” during an aircraft inspection results in delays filled with extra monitoring costing thousands of dollars. ChipCHECK changed all that.
Gastops critical component intelligence maximizes flight availability for aerospace.
Eliminate return-to-base events, simplify logistics, cut time and costs of repair, eliminate unplanned maintenance and secondary damage.
Our products are integral to
Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II program.
Gastops critical component intelligence elevates mission readiness for defence.
Eliminate unplanned downtime, prevent lost revenues, reduce repair and assessment costs as well as secondary damage.
Vestas relies on Gastops for real-time condition monitoring of its next-generation EnVentusTM wind turbine platform.
Gastops critical component intelligence optimizes equipment availability for energy and industrial.
the future of equipment condition intelligence.
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