Salvage Repair of a Nickel Alloy Discharge Nozzle Assembly for the Aerospace Industry
At Component Repair Management, we are proud to provide flexible machine shop services from Muskegon, Michigan. When a customer in the aerospace industry needed salvage repair of a nickel alloy discharge nozzle assembly, we were pleased to take on this project. Using C242 nickel alloy for the frame and C263 nickel alloy for the body, we welded, blended, and brazed the material to perform all the needed repairs, with abrasive blasting to finish the project. When the repair was complete, the part measured 5.125" long by 6.500" wide, with tightest tolerances of ± 0.0035". Fluorescent penetrant inspection was done throughout the repair process to ensure quality. This repair was done to precise customer specifications and to Rolls-Royce standards, and was delivered in a turnaround time of just 2 – 3 weeks. We repair 500 of these assemblies per year for this client, and our skills in repairing discharge nozzles are applicable to many other turbine engine models.
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Nickel Alloy Discharge Nozzle Assembly Project Highlights
- Project Scope
- Salvage repair of the discharge nozzle combustion liner assembly
- Capabilities Applied/Processes
- Overall Part Dimensions
- Length: 5.125"
- Tightest Tolerances
- ± 0.0035"
- Material Used
- Frame: C242 Nickel Alloy, Body: C263 Nickel Alloy
- Material Thickness: 0.275" max, 0.0375" min
- Material Finish
- As Formed, No Coating
- In process testing/inspection performed
- Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection
- Industry for Use
- 500 per Year
- Delivery/Turnaround Time
- 2 – 3 Weeks
- Delivery Location
- Customer Dock
- Standards Met
- Customer Specifications, Rolls-Royce Standards
- Product Name
- Discharge Nozzle Combustion Liner Assembly