Turbine Engine Washing System TEWS speeds turbine engine cleaning on all types of engines

Hydroblaster Turbine Engine Washing Systems (TEWS)

Model # 2/045D-TEWS, NSN, 4940-01-514-0087

The TEWS has its own diesel engine power source and carries both gas path cleaner and water for self-contained on-site cleaning of turbine engines.

Using the TEWS does not require you to gather and transport any of the following to the wash site:

Requires no external power source
Needs no external water source (hose or bucket)
No external chemical supply containers (buckets or drum)

The "C" model supports all turbine aircraft and includes an onboard air compressor to close engine bleed bands.  The TEWS-C is fully approved by the U.S. Army.
NSN, 4940-01-514-0087

Large Aircraft Turbine Engine Washing System

Model #12/075TEWS-DST

Totally self-contained, the 12/075TEWS-DST is the next generation of cleaning systems designed specifically to support large aircraft engine washing requirements. With sufficient fluid capacity and individual discharge controls, this system will wash one engine individually or two engines simultaneously.



Remote Engine Dual System Hose and Manifold

This dual washing harness allows both engines to be connected to the TEWS, DST or ATAWS


Army Aviation Magazine Jan 2006 Article

' The first solution was to authorize the Turbine Engine Washing System (TEWS) as a substitute for the antiquated Universal Wash System in the A-92 aviation unit maintenance shop set.'PM-AGSE

Aviation Maintenance's Bridge to the Future Article




Specification Sheets

Model 12/075TEWS-DST

Model 2/045D-TEWS-C Specification