Fred Robel’s post. I see them and repost them. I guess that Fred doesn’t get a chance to post them here on the Guild but I imagine that he is a pretty busy fellow!

Originally shared by Fred Robel

Preserving a CFM56-3 turbine engine fuel system. Basically, you pump the fuel system full of preservation oil. And part of this process is putting air to the engine in order to motor it with the starter, and spray the preservation oil through the fuel nozzles inside the engine, which fogs the hot section of the engine as well.

This engine is good and preservated.

Now to remove our equipment, add desiccant bags, and wrap it up in the white shrink wrap until the engine is needed again.