Since the 1950’s, the W191 / W191 engine frame, manufactured by Westinghouse and its ex-licensee/partners, has proven to be a reliable, low maintenance, and highly serviceable power train for our customers. Although few still operate today, ACT has the necessary repair fixtures and processes to repair most components.

ACT has expertise with the following Westinghouse gas turbine engines:

  • Westinghouse 171
  • Westinghouse 191

Components Repaired

  • Row 1 Blades
  • Row 2 Blades
  • Row 3 Blades
  • Row 4 Blades
  • Row 1 Vanes
  • Row 2 Vanes
  • Row 3 Vanes
  • Row 4 Vanes
  • Row 1 through 4 Ring Segments
  • Transition Pieces (Low NOx & Standard)
  • Floating Seals
  • Clamshells
  • Combustion Baskets (Low NOx & Standard)
  • Compressor Diaphragms
  • Inter-stage Seal Housings
  • Compressor Blade Rings
  • Pilot Nozzles
  • Support Housings

Repair Capabilities

  • Media Blast Cleaning
  • NDE Inspection
  • Weld Repairs
  • Coupon/Patch/Insert Repairs
  • Minor, Medium and Major Partition Repairs
  • Diaphragm Packing Bore Repairs
  • State of the Art Vacuum Heat Treating
  • Dimensional Restoration
  • Dimensional Inspection
  • Coatings (Including TBC and DVC-Type)
  • Component Upgrades (Extender Kits)
  • Bolt Removal and Replacement
  • Modifications
  • Sonic Nozzle Airflow Testing
  • Moment Weigh and Sequencing
  • Fixture Verification