Avmats Engine & APU Service

AVMATS Engine Support specializes in overhaul, major repair and exchange of General Electric and Pratt & Whitney engines and the Sundstrand and Honeywell APUs. Our inventory includes serviceable JT15D, JT12A-8 and CF700 engines and T62 and GTCP36 Series APUs, which are available on exchange basis.

Our 42,000 sq. ft. facility includes a Test Cell correlated by OEMs for Pratt & Whitney JT15D, JT12A and the G.E. CJ610 / CF700 engines, and a second Test Cell for APUs. AVMATS Engine Support conducts 90% of all rework and repairs in-house. This includes overhauling fuel control units, fuel pumps, fuel nozzles, flow dividers, motive flow valves, anti- ice valves, EGT harness, weld repairs, and heat treating. Performing these capabilities in-house ensures the quality of work meets the standards of AVMATS Engine Support Quality Control and also reduces turn-around time.

AVMATS Engine Support’s Propulsion Designated Engineer Representative (DER) allows us to utilize the repair, development and approvals as set forth by the FAR’s. DER repairs, in some cases, allow us to identify a design flaw in a part that would normally be scrapped. AVMATS Engine Support utilizes today’s technology to repair parts, reducing the possibility of scrapping the parts in the future. By performing DER repairs, we reduce the cost of the engine / APU overhaul and reduce down time.

AVMATS Engine Support’s Accessory Shop includes all required Test Benches needed to perform full overhaul testing of engine and APU accessories, including fuel controls, fuel pumps, anti-ice valve, motive flow valve, fuel nozzles, fuel manifolds, oil pumps, oil coolers, and oil scavenge pumps for the JT12, JFTD12, JT15D, CF700, T62-T39, T62-T40 Series, GTCP30-92, GTCP36-100 Series, and the GTCP36-150 Series.

Based in the St. Louis metropolitan area, AVMATS Engine Support is an FAA & EASA 145 repair station, performing overhauls and repairs since 1991.

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Listing created Feb 26, 2019

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