Liebherr Aerospace delivers re-cored ram for B747-8

Liebherr Aerospace Saline, Michigan (USA) has reached a milestone with the delivery of the first re-cored ram heat exchanger for the B747-8 aircraft program.

The maintenance procedures for heat exchangers like re-coring has been developed considering Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) design know-how and enables Liebherr to restore the heat exchanger to the status of “new condition”. This ensures most efficient operation for customers.

Liebherr-Aerospace maintains, repairs and overhauls heat transfer equipment, i.e. heat exchangers, expanding consequently its service network.

Liebherr works per OEM Component Maintenance Manuals (CMMs), has developed design engineering solutions and uses only original parts in case of replacement.

Furthermore, Liebherr-Aerospace has an authorized heat exchanger test and clean network operated by selected partners.

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