Turbine Engine Repair Services for the World

Since 1985, Component Repair Technologies, Inc. has been providing precision gas turbine engine component inspection and repair services for the world’s major airlines and engine manufacturers. Due to the dedication of our highly skilled and knowledgeable employees, we are known around the world for the quality of product and service we provide our customers.


The main industries we serve are the Aerospace and Marine & Industrial sectors.


Proudly certificated by:



Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC):CCAR 145

Proud Member of

Aerospace

Since the early 1960’s, gas turbine engines have provided the power to drive commercial aviation. With high power-to-weight ratio, reliability, and low toxic emission, the gas turbine engine makes it possible to connect people and products around the world. High quality maintenance providers like CRT support the sustainability, efficiency, and safety record of the gas turbine engine by maintaining the integrity, longevity, and affordability of these impressive machines.

Aerospace Customers


OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers)

  • General Electric
  • Safran Aircraft Engines

Maintenance Centers

  • CTS Engines
  • Kalitta Air
  • MTU Aero Engines AG
  • ST Engineering Aerospace

Refurbished Part Suppliers

  • AAR
  • AerSale, Inc.
  • GA Telesis
  • TrueAero LLC

Airlines

  • American Airlines
  • Air France
  • Air India
  • All Nippon Airways Co., LTD.
  • China Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Iberia Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • United Airlines

Engine Models Serviced


CFM56-7B ENGINE
CF6-80C2 ENGINE
GE Aviation
  • CF6 Series
  • GE90-94B
  • GE90-115B
  • GEnX
CFM International
  • CFM56 Series
  • LEAP

Engine Components Repaired


  • Main, Fan, Compressor, and Turbine Shafts
  • Major Cases and Frames
FAN MID SHAFT
TURBINE REAR FRAME
LOW PRESSURE TURBINE CASE

Services Provided


  • Major and minor scheduled and unscheduled repairs to rotating parts and non-rotating structural engine components
  • Airworthiness Directive (AD) compliance
  • Service Bulletin (SB) compliance
  • Initial inspection and determination of conformity to OEM engine manuals
  • Repair and overhaul to OEM and airline standards and requirements
  • Sophisticated component repairs including sole source repair services approved by the OEM

A Global Leader

  • Providing component repair and overhaul services for airlines, engine manufacturers, military, and land & marine turbine engine operators worldwide since 1985.
  • Extensive repair and overhaul capabilities offering a wide range of aviation repair processes under one roof. This in turn ensures efficiency’s savings and industry leading quality for our customers.

Marine & Industrial

Turbine engines power more than aircraft, there are numerous applications for aeroderivative gas turbine engines within industrial and marine environments. These include electrical power generation for locations such as medical centers, remote facilities, and remote communities. Maritime applications include propulsion and electrical generation for military vessels, commercial freighters, and cruise ships. The oil industry depends upon gas turbine engines to power oil platforms, derricks, and pipeline pumping stations.

Marine & Industrial Customers


Our customers include major facilities from around the world specializing in marine and industry repair services such as General Electric, Trans Canada Turbines (TCT), and MTU Aero Engines AG.

Engine Models Serviced


GE Marine/Industrial
  • LM2500 and LM2500+
  • LM6000
  • LMS100

Engine Components Repaired


  • Major Cases and Frames
  • Main, Fan, Compressor, and Turbine Shafts
LM2500 ENGINE
LM6000 ENGINE

At sea with the guided missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67) Aug. 9, 2002 -- USS Cole steams off the coast of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico conducting Combat System Ship Qualification Trials with Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA). NAVSEA is verifying Cole's combat systems and providing realistic combat training scenarios. Cole recently completed 14 months of shipboard repairs in Pascagoula, Miss., following an Oct. 12, 2000 terrorist attack that killed 17 Sailors in the port city of Aden, Yemen. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class James Elliott. (RELEASED)Services Provided


  • Major scheduled and unscheduled repairs to rotating parts and non-rotating structural engine components
  • Service Bulletin Modifications
  • Initial inspection and determination of conformity to OEM engine manuals
  • Repair and overhaul to OEM standards and requirements
  • Sophisticated component repairs including sole source repair services approved by the OEM