Date(s): Tuesday, March 8 | 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Rotor Safety Challenge (RSC)
Tracks:
Maintenance, Pilot, Safety
Instructor: Mike Broderick, Rotordock

This session presents the technical and fiscal benefits of frequent rinsing and washing of the gas path components of a turbine engine. We’ll begin the session with a short explanation of the properties of water, including the processes used to clean and purify water. We’ll also review turboshaft operational theory and explore the safety and financial benefits of using ultrapure, distilled water for the removal of airborne contaminants ingested into the turbine engine during operation.

Instructor Bio

Mike Broderick is a career certificated A&P technician and, for 49 years, has worked in the technical and sales and marketing segments of the industry. He has served as a shop and field technician and an engine program manager and has provided turboshaft engine maintenance training to A&P students and rotorcraft maintenance professionals. He is the owner of Rotordock.

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