Thrust reverser corrosion is a pervasive issue that plagues various aircraft models, including the Bombardier Challenger 300/350, Gulfstream G280, and Embraer Legacy 450/500. This problem not only compromises the structural integrity of the aircraft but also leads to costly repairs and downtime. In this article, we will explore the advanced solutions offered by Quiet Technology Aerospace (QTA) to permanently terminate thrust reverser corrosion, particularly on Honeywell HTF7000 engines.
Jet Edge receives QTA’s 300th Carbon Graphite Engine Inlet Cowl that cures a headache for operators troubled by expensive and time-consuming inner barrel corrosion ‘fixes’ that never last.
QTA has earned FAA/EASA approval for an inexpensive repair solution to a corrosion problem plaguing operators of several mid-size jets using Honeywell HTF7000 engines.
QTA has delivered its 200th Carbon Fiber Engine Inlet Replacement Barrel to Albertsons Companies, a Gulfstream G280 operator out of Boise, Idaho.
QTA has received its 7th airframe specific carbon fiber engine inlet replacement barrel for corrosion problems plaguing Embraer Legacy 450/500 and Praetor 500/600 operators.
QTA has received STC approval for its sixth airframe inlet replacement barrel – the Gulfstream G280.
QTA has received EASA STC approval for its upgraded carbon Inlet Cowl inner barrels targeting four (4) specific airframes.