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Chromalloy, an independent provider of repairs, services and solutions for aerospace and industrial gas turbine engines, has unveiled its newly renovated turbine engine repair center and service depot in San Diego, CA.
The expanded and remodeled engine center now provides turbine parts repairs and overhaul, leasing services, workscope management, and module refurbishment. The 110,000 square foot facility also has the only engine test cell on the U.S. West Coast providing monitoring and evaluation for JT8D engines.
The facility now houses all capabilities from the company’s El Cajon, Calif., service center into the newer San Diego facility, which is located next to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. During the last several months Chromalloy moved work and equipment from El Cajon into the newer San Diego facility where it also operated a turbine service center.
Additional equipment was purchased and installed. The company invested approximately $1 million to renovate, equip and modernize the service center. Employees from both facilities now work at the San Diego campus.
Chromalloy is an independent supplier of technologically advanced repairs, coatings, and FAA-approved replacement parts for turbine airfoils and other critical engine components for commercial airlines, the military and industrial turbine engine applications, Chromalloy counts as its customers many of the world’s major airlines.
In addition, the company provides industrial turbine operators including electrical utilities and offshore platform operators with gas turbine engine parts, coatings and advanced repairs.
Founded 60 years ago, Chromalloy’s continued investments in research and development of coating, and repair and manufacturing technology has led to the development of electron beam physical vapor deposition with ceramic materials, vacuum plasma, diffused precious metal / aluminide coatings, and vision-guided interactive laser welding and drilling for most advanced turbine engine components, as well as many other advanced technologies.