Aero Norway continues program of investment with addition of new plasma spraying machine

©Aero Norway invested in a new plasma spraying machine

Aero Norway, the specialist CFM56 repair facility, has further expanded its capabilities with the addition of a new plasma spraying machine.  The Oerlikon MultiCoat™ Pro advanced thermal spray platform, offers increased efficiency as well as multiple thermal spray processes in one system including plasma spray and HVOF (High Velocity Oxygen Fuel).

“The introduction of the new machine has also allowed us greater physical flexibility within our internal repair equipment as it has a reduced footprint, and enables us to offer HVOF related repairs in addition to the plasma repairs,” says Neil Russell, Chief Operating Officer at Aero Norway. “This is a substantial investment that was initiated in 2019 / 2020 as part of our strategy to identify which parts needed to be brought in house and grow our repair back shop accordingly.”

The advanced thermal spray system platform – MultiCoat™ Pro combines multiple thermal spray processes in one system which will allow Aero Norway’s customers to benefit from the unlimited versatility and unmatched process control. In addition to reduce turn-around times as a result of the introduction of this more efficient system, the new platform will allow the integration of multiple thermal spray processes, eliminate operating errors, and deliver the benefit of fast, flexible upgrades with minimal shop disruption. 

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