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Training for Quality Control of Overhaul Chemical Process Operators (Parts Cleaners)

2013-10-20
CURRENT
ARP6240
The task of chemical process operator in the parts cleaning area is generally considered unskilled labor and in the past, little or no training had been provided or recommended. Since overhaul cleaning is a critical process step prior to visual and fluorescent penetrant inspection processes, consideration must be given to minimum levels of training for these process operators. It is the responsibility of the department supervisor to ensure that all personnel within the department are trained to acceptable level in all general aspects of health and safety and basic operating procedures. This document is intended to augment the local quality control system which will control the application and frequency of the guidelines stated within.
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Stress Corrosion of Titanium Alloys, Effect of Cleaning Agents on Aircraft Engine Materials

1990-10-01
CURRENT
ARP1795A
This document establishes a test procedure for determining the propensity of aircraft turbine engine cleaning and maintenance materials for causing stress-corrosion cracking of titanium alloy parts. The evaluation is conducted on representative titanium alloys by determining the effect of contact with cleaning and maintenance materials on tendency of pre-stressed titanium alloys to crack when subsequently heated to elevated temperatures.
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CLEANING EFFICIENCY OF TURBINE ENGINE GAS PATH CLEANERS Laboratory Test Method

1986-10-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1862
This recommended practice covers a laboratory procedure for determining the cleaning efficiency of aircraft turbine engine gas path cleaners. Results are indicative of cleaning compound performance in the compressor sections of installed aircraft turbine engines, when used in a starter crank/soak/rinse application.
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CLEANING EFFICIENCY OF TURBINE ENGINE GAS PATH CLEANERS Laboratory Test Method

1991-10-01
CURRENT
ARP1862A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) covers a laboratory procedure for determining the cleaning efficiency of aircraft turbine engine gas path cleaners. Results are indicative of cleaning compound performance in the compressor sections of installed aircraft turbine engines, when used in a starter crank/soak/rinse application.
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Carbon Removing Compound (For Use in Agitated Tank)

1998-07-01
CURRENT
AMSC19853
This specification covers requirements for the acquisition of two types and two classes of material that will remove or loosen carbon from components of internal combustion engines and compressor sections of jet engines.
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