With more than a century of experience, Barnes Aerospace is a renowned leader in the Aftermarket servicing for the Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) of critical components for commercial aviation, defense, and industrial industries. With global customers such as GE, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, Siemens, Lockheed Martin, and Mitsubishi Power Aero (formerly known as PW Power Systems or MD&A), we are a pre-approved supplier for the most prominent engine manufacturers. Due to our close relationships with these elite jet engine manufacturers, our collaboration thrives on streamlined servicing and maintaining engine components.
Our engineering and technical teams meet the rigorous requirements set forth by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Civil Aviation Administration of China, and National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap). Additionally, Barnes Aerospace maintains AS9100 quality standards at each of its facilities in North America and Asia.
We are an engineering-led business capable of developing complex, OEM Source Demonstration approved repairs to aero-engine components and specialize in the repair of critical aero-engine components under book and Source Demonstration approvals.
Aftermarket Partnering with Us
Barnes Aerospace is a trusted partner for turbine maintenance programs including Component Repair Programs (CRPs) for many of the world’s leading turbine engine manufacturers in commercial aviation, defense and industrial.
To maintain this position, we heed and maintain a process of Inspections, Repairs, Overhauls, TAT Time, Documentation, Continuous Improvement and Industrialization Programs.
In addition to offering visual inspections, we provide non-destructive testing and data analysis to identify signs of wear, damage, or potential issues – before they become an issue.
Components are thoroughly cleaned, inspected, and repaired or replaced. We repair damaged parts, address corrosion concerns, reinforce structures, and restore coatings and finishes. Visit: MRO Capabilities for more infomation.
We meet or exceed customer-required Turn Around Time (TAT) for component repairs at all our repair facilities. The definition of TAT is the days between when we receive parts and when we ship repaired parts out of our repair facility.
Our documented processes ensure compliance, traceability, and meet or exceed regulatory requirements.
We maintain a strict enterprise-wide internal continuous improvement program. This rigorous process includes regular scrutiny and analysis to ensure maintenance activities are proactive at detecting and addressing potential failure points.