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The time between overhauls for all types of turbogenerators will be extended from four to six years.
This increase in time between overhauls provides our customers with significantly reduced maintenance and life cycle costs, which will save hundreds of millions of dollars, at a time when value and efficiency are top priorities.
4oC, the PW307A will enter service with a 7,200-hour time between overhauls (TBO) with outstanding warranty coverage, guaranteed maintenance plans and worldwide support from P&WC.
Brand new - time between overhauls of not less than 1500 hrs.
More time between overhauls and enhanced fleet readiness coupled with fewer aircraft in military inventories, and fewer flying hours have led to unprecedented spare engine inventory levels.
Fewer aircraft in military inventories, fewer flying hours, and more time between overhauls have led to unprecedented spare engine inventory levels.
An evaluation of available materials and the desired time between overhauls determined both the piston speed (and thus the stroke) and the brake mean effective pressure.