"TEWS" system is perfect maintenance tool for missions conducted over salt water. This example Sikorsky S92 Helibus requires daily Turbine Engine Wash with a TEWS-C to maintain peak performance when transporting crew members to off-shore rig.
Hydro Engineering, Inc. "Advanced Total Aircraft Wash System" (ATAWS) completing a turbine engine wash procedure on Army UH-64 Apache Helicopters. ATAWS systems are available for both rotary and fixed wing aircraft.
A new generation of Hydro Engineering, Inc. self-contained turbine engine wash systems. The Hydroblaster TEWS-D is a battery-powered system with onboard water and chemical volume storage (gas path cleaner, alcohol, or de-icing fluid). The TEWS-D system is designed for simple transport and lift.
Hydroblaster self-contained model 12/075TEWS-DST turbine engine wash system is designed specifically for fixed wing aircraft support. With sufficient fluid capacity and individual discharge controls, this system can service single engine or multiple engines simultaneously.
Turbine Engine Wash
Turbine engine compressor wash is the single most cost-effective maintenance procedure for any jet engine. Engine performance is affected by both gas turbine thermal efficiency and mechanical health of components. Since compressor typically consumes 60-70 percent of power generated, compressor wash is critical to engine management.
Contamination in compressor section leads to deteriorating thermal efficiency and causes reduced engine performance. Furthermore, damage to compressor blades caused by contamination can lead to engine failure. Routine compressor wash can dramatically improve engine performance, increase engine life cycles and lower operating costs.
Hydro Engineering, Inc. turbine engine wash systems are manufactured in a wide variety of configurations to compliment both rotary wing and fixed wing aircraft. Contact us for assistance to best benefit your fleet program management.