Application Guide

ChipCHECK PW150A Application Guide

The ChipCHECK alloy naming convention follows SAE standards which may differ from the Manual. This application guide is a cross reference between the ChipCHECK report and the PW150.

Application Guide

ChipCHECK PT6T Application Guide

The ChipCHECK alloy naming convention follows SAE standards which may differ from the Manual. This application guide is a cross reference between the ChipCHECK report and the PT6T.

Application Guide

ChipCHECK CF34 Application Guide

The ChipCHECK alloy naming convention follows SAE standards which may differ from the Manual. This application guide is a cross reference between the ChipCHECK report and the CF34.

Case Study

GE LM6000 1B Bearing Failure

There was no other indication of a problem from vibration, temperature or the chip detector in the 44 days of early warning from the MetalSCAN.

Case Study

GE LM2500 C-Sump Bearing Failure

Apart from slightly higher readings on the C-Sump scavenge temperature, no other engine parameters(including chip detector or vibration readings)indicated abnormalities.

Case Study

GE LM5000 Power Turbine Bearing Failure

The engine was running continuously up to the day of the maintenance period. The power turbine was replaced with minimal engine down time.

Application Guide

GE LM2500 Application Guide

Real-time damage detection – anytime, anywhere. Designed for the GE LM2500 gas turbine engine, the MetalSCAN online oil debris sensor easily installs into the oil scavenge lines.

Application Guide

GE LMS100 (supercore) Application Guide

Real-time damage detection – anytime, anywhere. Designed for the GE LMS100 gas turbine engine, the MetalSCAN online oil debris sensor easily installs into the oil scavenge lines.

Application Guide

ChipCHECK V2500 Application Guide

The ChipCHECK alloy naming convention follows SAE standards which may differ from the Manual. This application guide is a cross reference between the ChipCHECK report and the V2500.

Application Guide

ChipCHECK CF6-80 Application Guide

The ChipCHECK alloy naming convention follows SAE standards which may differ from the Manual. This application guide is a cross reference between the ChipCHECK report and the CF6-80.