At AERO Component Repair, LLC, we serve different sectors of the transportation industry, including marine transportation. When it comes to large boats, downtime is not an option. Unfortunately, there are times when turbine parts fail and quick repair is needed. We work with you to determine the best repair process so that the turbine is back to work sooner rather than later.
The last thing a company needs is a large boat stranded in a hard-to-reach area. Not only is this highly inconvenient, the downtime costs money. Factor in the cost of a new part, and it costs even more. Eliminating the need for a new part by repairing the existing one cuts down on downtime, and AERO Component Repair, LLC can take care of that repair.
We can also repair the turbocharger part. Diesel engines, like a locomotive engine, that are used to power a ship or a large tug boat have this part and many others that can wear down and require repair. We make the process less complicated for our customers, which is very important.
We can streamline the repair process because we are very experienced. Our welders are certified to AWS D17.1; and our NDT inspectors are certified to ASNT Level II in FPI and MPI.
We perform repairs for not only the marine transportation industry, but also the ground transportation industry, oil and gas industry, power generation industry, and aerospace industry.
The machinery we use enables us to perform a wide range of repairs, including the machining and grinding of parts to the tightest tolerances. We can perform repairs and overhauls in-house in our full machine shop. From lab seals to restoring dowel pinholes and diameters, we can help you, and we ship worldwide.
Examples of machines that we use include:
- 3 Miller GTAW Welding Machines
- 2 Miller MTAW Welding Machines
- 1 Plasma Cutting Machine
- Oxy-Acetylene Welding and Cutting
- Resistance Welder
- Brown and Sharp Cylindrical Grinder
- HAAS CNC TL1 Lathe
This is just a small representation of our equipment. Our long list of state-of-the-art equipment enables us to perform multiple repair processes on a single part.