MRO: NYCO focuses on rationalization of aviation lubricants

Interview by Romain Guillot
18/10/2017 | 1157 words
MRO: NYCO  focuses on rationalization of aviation lubricants
Lubrication task with NYCO GREASE GN148. Picture Copyright NYCO
NYCO, the French aviation lubricant specialist, is proposing multi-use grease for commercial aircraft maintenance. Le Journal de l'Aviation met Pedro Dasi, Program Development Head at NYCO, to find out more about the stakes involved in the rationalization of aviation lubricants by operators and MROs.

To which parts of the aircraft are multi-use greases applied?

For example, they are applied to flight controls, doors, actuators, cabin elements, for galleys, toilets and landing gear and generally to all bearings, especially on wheels. There are a lot of specifications when it (...)
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