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Safran tools for assembly of the Airbus320 and Airbus321 wheel and the tire

Airlines and MRO often buy the Safran tools for assembly of the Airbus320 and Airbus321 wheel and the tire. We can provide the tools package for assembly of the Airbus320 and Airbus321 wheel and the tire.

Please refer the list below, you can copy the list and request for quote.

AC21869000
F26516000
F26526000
F26527000
F26529000-1
F26691000
F26692000
F26786000
Q46498
Q46500
Q46676
Q47334
Q47965
R46217
5414
89901
1100-15
P/N Description
F26526000 TOOL FOR LEAK TEST OF THERMAL RELIEF PLUGS AND THE OVERINFLATION PLUG
F26527000 TOOL FOR ASSEMBLY OF THE WHEEL AND THE TIRE 
R46217 TOOL FOR INSTALLATION OF A REPAIR BUSHING INTO A TORQUE BAR HOLE
F26786000 TOOLS FOR REMOVAL OF THE BEARING CUP IN THE INNER AND OUTER WHEEL HALVES
F26529000-1 TOOLS FOR INSTALLATION OF THE BEARING CUP IN THE INNER AND OUTER WHEELS HALVES
F26824010 Tool used to remove the bearing cups (1-210) and (1-490) from the inner and outer half-wheels
F26823000 Tool used to install the bearing cups (1-210) and (1-490) in the inner and outer half-wheels (1-500) and (1-220)
R46456 Tool used to install the repair bushing in the holes for the drive key (1-330) tenon
F26822000 Tool used to assemble the tire on the main landing gear wheel assembly
F28092000 Tool for handing the main landing gear wheel assembly during the disassembly and assembly
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PRATT & WHITNEY: PRESERVING YOUR ENGINE DURING A PERIOD OF INACTIVITY

3. PRESERVING THE ENTIRE ENGINE

When your engine’s going to be unused for some time, avoid condensation—which leads to rust. Keep it in a dry environment where there are no major temperature swings.

Storing the engine inside a hangar may not be sufficient since the temperature could fluctuate when the doors open and close or in cold weather conditions. To protect the engine, we recommend placing desiccant bags in it and sealing off all its openings. You could also remove the engine from the aircraft and put it in a vacuum-sealed bag with desiccant bags inside. In either case, you should monitor the humidity level inside the bag or engine using an indicator that will alert you by changing color.
No matter what kind of engine you have, moisture is your enemy. Materials like steel and magnesium are vulnerable to corrosion from water. If you protect the whole engine with no fuel or oil in it, you can keep it in serviceable condition until you’re ready to use it again.

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How to pack, store, ship the v2500 engine?

How to pack, store, ship the v2500 engine?

-Items needed for V2500 engine storage

-Manual requirement for V2500 engine storage

——- Items needed for V2500 engine storage————

All items below are needed for v2500 engine storage. We can provide all the materials below.

1.engine storage cover

TASK 72-00-00-500-002 Engine General – Prepare The Engine For Storage, Storage-002

2.desiccant

TASK 72-00-00-500-005 Engine General – Install The Engine In A VMI Bag/Storage Cover, Storage-005

3.engine VMI bag (Vapor Moisture Impervious bag)

TASK 72-00-00-500-005 Engine General – Install The Engine In A VMI Bag/Storage Cover, Storage-005

4. engine Transportation Stand and parts

TASK 71-00-00-560-002 Move The Engine From The Support Pedestals To The Transportation Stand, Handling-002

———————-Manual requirement for V2500 engine storage—————-

Big change on v2500 engine manual:

v2500 engine manual is updated on May1,2021. There are some new changes.

1.engine storage cover

TASK 72-00-00-500-002 Engine General – Prepare The Engine For Storage, Storage-002

Support Equipment

Name Part Number / Identification Quantity Remark
Spray Can with Nozzle Extension Spray Can with Nozzle Extension
IAE 1F10077 Protective cover IAE 1F10077 1
IAE 1N20008 Protective cover IAE 1N20008 1
IAE 1N20400 Protective cover IAE 1N20400 1
IAE 1N20435 Protective blank IAE 1N20435 1
IAE 1N20436 Protective blank IAE 1N20436 1
IAE 1N20443 Protective blank IAE 1N20443 1
IAE 5F10060 Closure kit IAE 5F10060 1
IAE 5F10351 Shipping cover IAE 5F10351 1
IAE 5J12080 Rear cover IAE 5J12080 1
IAE 5J12083 Front cover IAE 5J12083 1
IAE 5J12142 Protective cover IAE 5J12142 1
IAE 5J13353 Protective cover IAE 5J13353 1
IAE 5J13354 Protective cover IAE 5J13354 1
IAE 5J13500 Protective closure IAE 5J13500 1
IAE 5P16183 Shipping closure IAE 5P16183 4
IAE 5R18304 Transportation cover IAE 5R18304 1
IAE 5R18305 Transportation cover IAE 5R18305 4
IAE 5R18306 Transportation cover IAE 5R18306 2
IAE 5R18307 Transportation cover IAE 5R18307 1
IAE 5R18310 Transportation plug IAE 5R18310 3
IAE 5R18311 Transportation cap IAE 5R18311 1
IAE 5R18312 Transportation cap IAE 5R18312 1
IAE 5R18317 Transportation plug IAE 5R18317 1
IAE 5R18318 Transportation plug IAE 5R18318 1
Cap CD-5 2
Plug ADP-5 1

2.desiccant

TASK 72-00-00-500-005 Engine General – Install The Engine In A VMI Bag/Storage Cover, Storage-005

CoMat02-075 DESICCANT (DEHYDRATING AGENT) MIL-D-3464 DESICCANT SPMC 214 (PW REF)
CoMat02-076 HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD CARD WITH INDICATOR FOR 40% HUMIDITY MIL-I-8835 HUMIDITY INDICATOR
CoMat 12-022 DESICCANT SELF INDICATING SILICA GEL B.S.3523 COBALT CHLORIDE TYPE
CoMat 12-023 DESICCANT CS.2285
CoMat 12-023A DESICCANT SILICA GEL WHITE BS 2540
CoMat 12-040 HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD, 10 TO 40 PERCENT MOISTURE DETECTION RANGE (4 SPOT) MINIMUM
CoMat 12-040A HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD MIL-I-8835 HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD, 10 TO 40 PERCENT MOISTURE DETECTION RANGE (4 SPOT) MINIMUM

3.engine VMI bag (Vapor Moisture Impervious bag)

TASK 72-00-00-500-005 Engine General – Install The Engine In A VMI Bag/Storage Cover, Storage-005

Name Part Number / Identification Quantity Remark
IAE 6F10078 MI bag IAE 6F10078 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)
IAE 6F10287 Storage cover IAE 6F10287 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6F18903 Storage cover IAE 6F18903 1 (as IAE 6F10287 except reduced size, to suit power plant without nose cowl)
IAE 6P16604 VMI bag IAE 6P16604 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6P16605 VMI bag IAE 6P16605 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)
IAE 6R19562 MI bag IAE 6R19562 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6R19563 MI bag IAE 6R19563 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)
IAE 6R19564 VMI bag IAE 6R19564 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6R19565 MI bag IAE 6R19565 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)

4.engine stand

TASK 71-00-00-560-002 Move The Engine From The Support Pedestals To The Transportation Stand, Handling-002

IAE 6R18897 Transportation stand IAE 6R18897
IAE 6R18889 Transportation stand IAE 6R18889 1
IAE 6R19438 Low profile transportation stand alternative to IAE 6R19438 1

TASK 72-00-00-500-005 Engine General – Install The Engine In A VMI Bag/Storage Cover, Storage-005

DMC:V2500-A0-72-00-0000-00A-832A-B|Issue No:003|Issue Date:2021-05-01

Applicability

All

Common Information

TASK 72-00-00-500-005 Engine General – Install The Engine In A VMI Bag/Storage Cover, Storage-005

General

Refer to TASK 72-00-00-500-001 (STORAGE-001, CONFIG-001) General Data for Engine Storage.

NOTE

To identify the consumable materials refer to the PCI.

Preliminary Requirements

Pre-Conditions

NONE

Support Equipment

Name Manufacturer Part Number / Identification Quantity Remark
IAE 6F10078 MI bag 0AM53 IAE 6F10078 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)
IAE 6F10287 Storage cover 0AM53 IAE 6F10287 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6F18903 Storage cover LOCAL IAE 6F18903 1 (as IAE 6F10287 except reduced size, to suit power plant without nose cowl)
IAE 6P16604 VMI bag LOCAL IAE 6P16604 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6P16605 VMI bag LOCAL IAE 6P16605 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)
IAE 6R19562 MI bag 0AM53 IAE 6R19562 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6R19563 MI bag 0AM53 IAE 6R19563 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)
IAE 6R19564 VMI bag LOCAL IAE 6R19564 1 Demountable Power Plant (QEC)
IAE 6R19565 MI bag 0AM53 IAE 6R19565 1 Engine Build up Unit (EBU)

Consumables, Materials and Expendables

Name Manufacturer Part Number / Identification Quantity Remark
CoMat 02-075 DESICCANT (DEHYDRATING AGENT) IE266 CoMat 02-075
CoMat 02-076 HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD IE455 CoMat 02-076
CoMat 12-013 PRINTED, WAXED, VCI COATED PAPER IE266 CoMat 12-013
CoMat 12-031 FRENCH CHALK LOCAL CoMat 12-031
CoMat 12-032 DETERGENT LOCAL CoMat 12-032

Spares

NONE

Safety Requirements

NONE

Procedure

  1. 1.          

SUBTASK 72-00-00-210-054 Examine the Vapor Moisture Impervious (VMI) Bags and Storage Cover

  1. 1.  

Examine IAE 6F10078 MI bag 1 off, IAE 6F10287 Storage cover 1 off, or IAE 6F18903 Storage cover 1 off, IAE 6R19562 MI bag 1 off, IAE 6R19563 MI bag 1 off, IAE 6R19564 VMI bag 1 off, IAE 6R19565 MI bag 1 off.

  1. 1.    If the bag/cover is dirty or contains fluid, clean the bag/cover with CoMat 12-032 DETERGENT. Make sure the cover is dry.
    1. 2.    Cracks to the interlock closures – Reject.
    1. 3.      

If the cover is torn:

  1. 1.       Less than 3.00 in. (76.6 mm) in length refer to Step 2.
    1. 2.       More than 3.00 in. (76.6 mm) then reject the bag/cover.
    1. 4.      

If the cover is pierced:

  1. 1.       Less than 1.00 in. (25.4 mm) in diameter refer to Step 2.

2.       NOTE

There is no limit to the number of patches which can be applied, but no two patches can go over each other.

More than 1.00 in. (25.4 mm) in diameter then reject the bag/cover.

  • 2.          

SUBTASK 72-00-00-350-051 Repair the Vapor Moisture Impervious (VMI) Bag and Storage Cover (If Necessary)

NOTE

The repair kit is included as part of the bag/cover.

  1. 1.   

Repair to areas not adjacent to the seams:

  1. 1.    Use materials contained in the repair kit, cut two patches that overlap the damaged area by 1.50 in. (38.1 mm) circular.
    1. 2.    Clean the damaged area on the internal side and the external side of the bag/cover and one side of the patches with CoMat 12-032 DETERGENT. Permit the bag/cover and the patches to dry.
    1. 3.    Apply a layer of adhesive to the clean side of the patches and the mating area on the bag/cover. Permit 15 minutes to dry.
    1. 4.    Put one patch on the external side of the damaged bag/cover and the second patch on the internal side of the damaged bag/cover. Push the two patches together.
    1. 5.    Apply CoMat 12-031 FRENCH CHALK to the internal and external patches.
    1. 2.   

Repair to the area adjacent to the seams:

  1. 1.    Use materials contained in the repair kit. Cut part of the raised seam on the internal side of the bag/cover.
    1. 2.    Cut two patches that overlap the damaged area by 1.50 in. (38.1 mm) circular.
    1. 3.    Cut two slots in the external patch to accept the raised seam that is not cut away.
    1. 4.    Do Step 2.A.(3)Step 2.A.(4) and Step 2.A.(5).
    1. 3.   

NOTE

If the repair kit given is not available a temporary repair is permitted, but this repair, must be removed and replaced when the correct repair kit is available.

Temporary repair the bag/cover.

  1. 1.    Clean both external and internal areas to be repaired and let drying.
    1. 2.    Build up the damaged internal and external areas with strips of adhesive tape 2.00 in. (50.8 mm).
  2. 3.          

SUBTASK 72-00-00-550-053 Fit the VMI Bag or Storage Cover to Transportation Stand and put Desiccant into the Bag/Cover

NOTE

  1. If the bag/cover is installed, do not do steps A, B, C, D, E, F and H.
    1. The two types of covers are installed on the transportation stand in the same position.

NOTE

It is permitted to cover the engine inlet cowl, engine common nozzle, and engine openings with one of the three CoMat 12-013 PRINTED, WAXED, VCI COATED PAPER, or locally sourced clear thick polythene, or PVC sheet with adhesive tape. This alternative cover will prevent dust, dirt, and moisture from entering engine.

  • 2.   

The type of bag/cover to be installed.

  1. 1.    Engine build-up unit (EBU) and spareable engine have IAE 6F10078 MI bag 1 off or IAE 6R19563 MI bag 1 off or IAE 6R19565 MI bag 1 off installed.
    1. 2.    Demountable power plant and quick engine change unit (QEC) have IAE 6F10287 Storage cover 1 off or IAE 6R19562 MI bag 1 off or IAE 6R19564 VMI bag 1 off installed.
    1. 3. Do TASK 71-00-00-560-001 (REMOVAL-001), move the engine from the transportation stand to the support pedestals.
    1. 4. Make sure the bag/cover is clean.
    1. 5.   

Remove the front and rear support brackets.

  1. 1.    Remove the eight bolts and the eight washers that attach the front support brackets to the transportation stand.
    1. 2.    Remove the front support brackets and put them on a suitable surface.
    1. 3.    Remove the eight nuts and the eight bolts that attach the rear support brackets to the transportation stand.
    1. 4.    Remove the rear support brackets and put them on a suitable surface.
    1. 6. Position the bag/cover on the transportation stand. Align the holes in the bag/cover with the holes on the transportation stand.
    1. 7.   

Install the front and rear support brackets.

  1. 1.    Attach the front support brackets to the front support struts with the eight bolts and the eight washers.
    1. 2.    Tighten the bolts to safety.
    1. 3.    Attach the rear support brackets to the rear support struts with the eight bolts and the eight nuts.
    1. 4.    Tighten the bolts and the nuts to safety.
    1. 8. Make sure the bag/cover is clean.
    1. 9. Do TASK 71-00-00-560-002, move the engine from the support pedestals to the transportation stand.
    1. 10.         

CAUTION

WHEN THE DESICCANT CONTAINERS ARE OPENED, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE DESICCANT IS PUT INTO THE STORAGE COVER AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE AND THE COVER IS CLOSED, IN ORDER TO MINIMISE EXPOSURE TO THE ATMOSPERE.

Put CoMat 02-076 HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD in the pocket supplied on the bag/cover.

  1. 11.        Put the necessary quantity of CoMat 02-075 DESICCANT (DEHYDRATING AGENT) for the condition of storage. The quantity of desiccant is shown in step K.
    1. 12.           

NOTE

  1. Ensure that the desiccant does not touch the power plant.
    1. The quantities of desiccant quoted in the tables below are calculated based on the inspection frequency described in SUBTASK 72-00-00-230-052. Alternative quantities of desiccant are permitted subject to an alternative humidity indicator inspection plan. Desiccant must be replaced if humidity indicators show unsafe.

Quantity of desiccant necessary for the engine storage.

  • 2.    

CAUTION

DO NOT PLACE DESICCANT IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE ENGINE BECAUSE THIS CAN CAUSE CORROSION.

NOTE

In the two tables that follow arid conditions are not more than 40 percent (monthly average) of humidity. Temperate conditions are more than the humidity of 40 percent and not more than 80 percent (monthly average). Tropical is more than 80 percent humidity (monthly average).

Position the desiccant packages equally along the length of the engine.

STORAGE PERIOD CONDITIONS
(MONTHS) ARID/TEMPERATE TROPICAL
3 24 lb (11 kg) 89 lb (40 kg)
6 50 lb (23 kg) 181 lb (82 kg)
9 75 lb (34 kg) 270 lb (123 kg)
12 99 lb (45 kg) 360 lb (164 kg)
NOTE At the end of each storage period the used desiccant is to be removed. If the engine is to be stored for a longer period the new specified quantity of desiccant is to be put in the bag/cover.
STORAGE PERIOD CONDITIONS
(MONTHS) ARID/TEMPERATE TROPICAL
3 17 lb (8 kg) 61 lb (28 kg)
6 33 lb (15 kg) 120 lb (54 kg)
9 50 lb (23 kg) 181 lb (82 kg)
12 65 lb (30 kg) 240 lb (109 kg)
NOTE At the end of each storage period the used desiccant is to be removed. If the engine is to be stored for a longer period the new specified quantity of desiccant is to be put in the bag/cover.
  1. 13.        Carefully position the top half of the bag/cover over the engine. Seal the bag/cover with the lock slider that is supplied with the cover.
    1. 14.           

Examine the bag/cover:

  1. 1.    Torn or pierced refer to Step 1.
    1. 15.        Install the front and rear freight guards to the transportations stand.
  2. 4.          

SUBTASK 72-00-00-230-052 Examine the Engine After Packing

NOTE

Humidity indicators generally stay blue if the humidity is less than the specified limit (40 percent). If the color changes to pink the humidity is more than the specified limit.

  1. 1.   

NOTE

This inspection regime is a guideline based on the quantities of desiccant recommended in Step 3. Deviation from this is permitted providing that inspections are periodic and are not more than 28 days.

Examine the humidity indicator 24 hours, 7 days and then at regular 28 day cycles after the bag/cover is closed.

Depending on the indicated humidity inside the VMI bag, do the steps that follow:

  1. 1.    If the indicated humidity is less than 40 percent (blue color), no action is necessary.
    1. 2.    If the indicated humidity is between 40 and 60 percent for one inspection, but less than 40 percent at the next inspection, no action is necessary.
    1. 3.    If the indicated humidity is more than 40 percent for more than one inspection, continue with step B.
    1. 2.   

If CoMat 02-076 HUMIDITY INDICATOR CARD shows an exceedance as per Step 4.A, continue as follows:

1.    NOTE

If appreciable amounts of moisture are found upon inspection, the engine/QEC unit should be dried as appropriate.

Open the IAE 6F10078 MI bag 1 off, IAE 6F10287 Storage cover 1 off, IAE 6R19562 MI bag 1 off, or IAE 6F18903 Storage cover 1 off, IAE 6R19563 MI bag 1 off, IAE 6R19565 MI bag 1 off, IAE 6R19564 VMI bag 1 off and examine the engine or QEC unit for signs of corrosion. If you find corrosion, re-protect components as detailed in TASK 72-00-00-500-002, SUBTASK 72-00-00-550-057.

  • 2.    Inspect the VMI bag for signs of damage as detailed in Step 1 and repair as necessary as detailed in Step 2.

4.    NOTE

Where alternatives to VMI bags are used, that do not have a pocket for the humidity indicator, it must be positioned so that it is visible without breaking the seal on the storage cover. The indicator must not be placed in direct contact with the desiccant.

Re-seal the VMI bag.

Requirements After Job Completion

Follow-On Conditions

NONE

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Audit findings on improper engine storage

A lot of engines are stored because of COVID 19 epidemic. Improper storage is not good for engines. FAA auditors give findings on improper engine storage.

Findings

The findings are as bellows:

1. engine covers/bags are not installed properly.

2. desiccants are not enough at the quantity

3. desiccants are not fixed well

4. desiccants are leakage.

Pictures of improper storage

There are some pictures for reference.

Technical doc

manual requirement for RR engine storage

manual requirement for V2500 engine storage

manual requirement for CFM56 engine storage

manual requirement for LEAP engine storage

Storage items

We provide one-stop engine storage items, including engine bag, cover, desiccant, and cotton bags for desiccant.

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V2500 engine parts repaired

  • V2500 engine parts available, repaired.
v2500 part numberDiscription
2A2272-006RING, SEG&VANE HPT2
2A2372-006RING, SEG&VANE HPT2
2A3393DUCT SEGMENT HPT 2
2A3886-01DUCT SEGMENT-HPT 1
2A3923SEAL, AIR, HPT 1STG
2A4157AIRSEAL ASSY HPT S2
2A4360DUCT SEGMENT HPT 2
2A9201HPT BLADE STG.1
3A1804BLADE STG.4 LPT
3A1806BLADE STG.6 LPT
3A2055BLADE STG.3 LPT
3A2475BLADE STG.5 LPT
3A2704BLADE STG.6 LPT
5A1445BLADE,A/O STG 1.5LPC
5A1626PANEL, A/O LINER MID
6A4207C02BLADE, HPC STG 12
6A4211C02BLADE, HPC STG 9
6A4222C02BLADE, HPC STG 10
6A4226VANE, HPC STG 9
6A4227VANE, HPC STG 9
6A4228VANE, HPC STG 9
6A4229C01VANE, HPC STG 9
6A4229C02VANE, HPC STG 9
6A4237C01VANE, STG 11
6A4237C02VANE, STG 11
6A4238VANE, HPC STG11
6A4239VANE, HPC STG11
6A4240VANE, STG 11
6A4245C01VANE, HPC STG 8
6A4245C02VANE, HPC STG 8
6A4246VANE, HPC STG 8
6A4248VANE, HPC STG 8
6A4249VANE, HPC STG 8
6A4250VANE, HPC STG 8
6A4251C01BLADE, HPC STG 11
6A4251C02BLADE, HPC STG 11
6A6470C02BLADE, HPC STG 8
6A7423C01VANE, HPC STG.6
6A7423C02VANE, HPC STG.6
6A7425C01VANE, HPC STG 7
6A7425C02VANE, HPC STG 7
6A7426VANE, HPC STG 7
6A7427VANE, HPC STG 7
6A7428C01VANE, HPC STG.10
6A7428C02VANE, HPC STG.10
6A7429VANE, HPC STG10
6A7430VANE, HPC STG10
6A7712SHAFT, REAR-HP COMP
6A7723VANE ASSY IGV LONG
6A7725VANE ASSY IGV SHORT
6A7729VANE STG.3 LONG SPIN
6A7730VANE STG.3 SHORT SPI
6A8313BLADE,HPC STG7
6A8314BLADE,HPC STG 7
6A8315BLADE,HPC STG 7
6A8720VANE STG.3 LONG SPIN
6A8721VANE STG.3 SHORT SPI
6A8728VANE STG.5 LONG
6A8731VANE, STG.4
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MRO Useful Links

MRO Useful Links

Authority

Place OEM

Engine OEM

IAE
http://i-a-e.com/
V2500-Used part https://mrowiki.com/engineusm/
V2500-tooling https://mrowiki.com/gse-tooling/
Pratt & Whitney
https://www.pw.utc.com
PW4000-94
JT9D-7R4
JT8D
PW2000
PW4000-100
CFMI
https://www.cfmaeroengines.com
CFM56-3
CFM56-5AB
CFM56-7B
CFM56-5C
CFM56 Tooling https://mrowiki.com/gse-tooling/
Rolls Royce
https://www.rolls-royce.com
RB211-535
GE
https://www.geaviation.com
CF6-50
CF6-80C2
CF6-80A2