Bonus Tech Tears Down First CF34 Engines

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed April 24, 2017 16:47

Bonus Tech Tears Down First CF34 Engines

Bonus Tech recently carried out its first complete teardown of a General Electric CF34 engine to become the first operator in North America with a full in-house capability for removing, disassembling, tagging, and re-packaging the entire array of current aero engines, from the smallest (such as the CF34 family) to the largest – the Pratt & Whitney PW4000-112 inch and GE90 families.

Didier Verté, CEO of Bonus Tech said, “The expertise acquired on the more than 1200 engines torn down by our American workforce since Bonus Tech’s incorporation in 2001, combined with the technical support of AFI KLM E&M engine shops in Paris and Amsterdam, mean we can offer top-flight services to our clients over the whole range of end-of-life aero engines. Thanks to our extensive capabilities, Bonus Tech is today a leader in its specialty area in North America.”

Eleanor Steed
By Eleanor Steed April 24, 2017 16:47