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1 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module1 Aircraft Maintenance Management Module MRO- Cabin Overhaul Shop Maintenance Activity

2 General Cabin Shop mission The workshop carries out tasks involved in the overhaul of cabin furnishings including; dismantling, cleaning, stripping, inspection, repair, modification, reassembly and testing of all parts pertaining to aircraft cabin furnishings. Fabrication of some cargo liners, carpet pieces, cleaning of a/c waste lines and ultrasonic cleaning of filters are also carried out in the workshops. Carry out maintenance, repairs, fabrication, overhaul and modifications of cabin furnishing and cargo items as defined in the workshop capability list, and in accordance with procedures and Vendor approved data. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module2

3 Cabin Maintenance obligations Carry out all tasks involved in the overhaul of cabin furnishings/cargo items, including dismantling, cleaning, stripping, inspection, repair, modification, reassembling and testing. Maintenance, cleanliness and upkeep of workshop tools and equipment. Fabrication of minor non structural furnishing items as and when required as per approved workshop engineering order. Incorporation of service bulletins/modifications as defined in workshop engineering orders for cabin and furnishing items as and when called for. Issue of CRS/Authorised Release Certificate for tasks accomplished in the workshop within the scope of authorizations granted. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module3

4 1. Seat Shop The shop is supervised by Licensed Aircraft Engineers with sufficient approved technicians, technicians and mechanics. The seat shop consists of 3 roller belts and each roller belts has 4 scissor lifts. A work station is built around each scissor lift with pneumatic air, electrical power supply, PC station and storage racks. A separate room in the Seat Shop area is assigned for preloading of spares from stores. All F/C and J/C seats removed from ‘C’ check grounding aircrafts are worked in this shop. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module4

5 2. Galley/Lavatory Shop The galley / lavatory shop area has a centralized vacuum system. The shop has approved technician and several mechanics to carry out the day to day activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. Galley and lavatory modules and their associated parts are cleaned, repaired and refurbished in this section. Minor composite repairs/modifications are also done in this section. Unserviceable components are received under work order from U/S area and then repaired and refurbished according to the relevant CMMs. Additional works mentioned in the work order are carried out IAW relevant documents. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module5

6 Galley/Lavatory Shop cont’d Galley and Lavatory modules are also received from aircraft undergoing C check on Repair / Refurbishment Ship-Shop-Ship Tracking Label for refurbishment/ inspection and the repair / refurbishment task is carried out in the additional cabin workshop adjacent to hangar G. The workshop has a separate area for receiving spares preloaded from stores. A list of tools and equipment specific to the workshop is maintained by the workshop. The shop also maintains a record of all tools that require calibration. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module6

7 3. Sidewall laminate shop The workshop has a separate area for receiving spares preloaded from stores. A list of tools and equipment specific to the workshop is maintained by the workshop. The shop also maintains a record of all tools that require calibration. Sidewall panels are cleaned, minor composite repair carried out and new laminate installed in this section. U/S panels are received under work order from the U/S area and worked on IAW the relevant AMM procedure. Sidewall panels also received from aircraft undergoing C check on Repair / Refurbishment Ship-Shop-Ship Tracking Label for refurbishment/ inspection. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module7

8 4. Cabin Repair Shop The General repair shop has 21 work stations and is located in the additional cabin overhaul workshop adjacent to hangar G. The shop has approved technician and sufficient number of technicians / mechanics to carry out the day to day activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. The General Repair Shop has a separate area for receiving spares preloaded from stores. A list of tools and equipment specific to the workshop is maintained in the workshop. The shop also maintains a record of all tools that require calibration. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module8

9 Cabin Repair Shop cont’d A separate room is available where all components waiting for spares are kept. Work orders for these components are updated and the part number/s of the required spare are mentioned in the work order. Completed and serviceable parts from the General Repair Shop are taken by the Stores Dispatch group from the centralized location in the general repair shop. General cabin furnishing spares are received under work order in this section and worked on IAW with the relevant CMMs and approved documents. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module9

10 5. Seat Cover Shop The shop has approved technician and sufficient number of mechanics to carry out the day to day activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. The shop activity is supported by a group of Trans-guard staff who assist in counting, packing, and segregation of the seat covers and curtains. The Trans-guard staff work under the supervision of the approved technician. Dress covers and curtains removed from aircraft are routed to the seat cover shop where they are segregated according to the part number and condition. Faded or torn covers are rejected, whilst the remainder are sent to laundry/cleaning. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module10

11 Seat covers shop cont’d The covers are returned from the laundry where they are inspected again for condition and serviceability. The Engineer and approved technician are responsible for the quality control of the seat covers and curtains, where they are declared serviceable following satisfactory inspection. Damaged seat covers are returned to Repair Process for scrapping. The Engineer is responsible fro ensuring that batches of returned seat covers and curtains from laundry have a burn test certificate attached to the cleaning certificate. The seat covers are returned to stores with the respective certificate of conformity received from laundry. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module11

12 6. Upholstery Shop The shop has an approved technician and sufficient mechanics and helpers to carry out the day to day activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. The shop activity is supported by a group of Trans-guard staff who assist in cleaning and packing of leather parts. The Trans-guard staff works under the supervision of the approved technician. This section repairs spare that involves replacement of leather or fabric covers. Work is carried out according to requirements of the Work order and IAW the CMM procedures. Soft cargo liners are fabricated in this section IAW the relevant worksheet and drawings. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module12

13 7. Carpet Shop The shop has two approved technicians and sufficient mechanics and helpers to carry out the day to day activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. The shop activity is supported by a group of Trans-guard staff who assist in packing. The Trans-guard staff work under the supervision of the approved technicians. The shop is equipped with a complete automatic carpet cutting machine, which is capable of cutting up to 6 layers of carpet at a time with minimum wastage of carpet and sizes IAW approved drawings issued by Engineering Technical Services – Cabin. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module13

14 8. Waste tube cleaning shop Waste tubes and filter cleaning is carried out in this section. Work performed IAW approved document AMM. The shop has sufficient mechanics and helpers to carry out the day to day activities. The shop activities are under the overall supervision of an Engineer. The shop activity is supported by a group of Trans-guard staff who assist the mechanic in removal and disposal of used acid and transportation of waste lines from acid tank to the cleaning area. The Trans-guard staff work under the supervision of the mechanics. Detailed procedures for cleaning of the tubes and the safety precautions to be adhered are available in the shop. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module14

15 9. Safety Shop The Safety Shop is supervised by a Licensed Aircraft Engineer with sufficient approved technicians, technicians and mechanics to carry out the required day to day activities. The Safety Workshop is divided into 2 sub sections as follows: Emergency Evacuation System – Slides & Slide Rafts For overhaul of EK fleet of aircraft emergency escape slides and slide rafts. Emergency Equipment For maintenance of Floatation devices, Passenger service units, Stretchers and all related accessories, Passenger restraint devices and Cockpit crew seat assy. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module15

16 Safety shop cont’d Emergency evacuation system maintenance is undertaken in 6 rooms, fully equipped to cater for up to level 3 maintenance of EK fleet of aircrafts emergency evacuation system equipment. The Safety Shop also comprises of 1 room each for the maintenance of life vests, survival kit and baby cots; oxygen masks and oxygen generating equipment (PSU's); fire extinguishers; stretchers and related accessories; passenger seat belts and the cockpit crew seats. A washing area, a central vacuum system, a storage room for packing fixtures for the slides / rafts, an incoming unserviceable component holding room, and an outgoing serviceable component room are also provisioned for the Safety Shop 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module16

17 Safety shop cont’d Incoming unserviceable components are sent to the safety shop U/S component holding room with an Ultramain generated TQ. Safety shop staff are assigned and responsible for checking that all information such as part number, quantity, reason for removal, maintenance to be carried out are correct prior to accepting any component into the safety shop, if within the shop capability. Any discrepancy found in the incoming paperwork is reason for rejection of the component. When a component on a TQ is accepted into the shop, a Work Order is then generated. All work on components in the Safety Shop are carried out IAW relevant CMM's and/or approved documentation. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module17

18 10. HST & Valve Ovhl shop The HST and valve overhaul workshop is supervised by a Licensed Aircraft Engineer with sufficient approved technicians and mechanics to carry out the required day to day activities of valve overhaul, cylinder requalification and charging of pressure cylinders for emergency evacuation system, aviator breathing oxygen and aircraft fire extinguishers. Pressure cylinder maintenance is performed in a dedicated room which was audited and approved by the US DOT. A separate room is assigned for valve overhaul and charging of the cylinder assembly. 18 April 2015 Aircraft Maintenance Module18


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