TBO

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AcronymDefinition
TBOTampa Bay Online
TBOTrajectory Based Operations (air traffic management)
TBOTo Be Honest
TBOTransaction Back Out
TBOTurbo Mode
TBOTrack to Burnout
TBOTurbo
TBOTime Between Overhaul
TBOTime between Order (inventory management)
TBOTo Be Ordered
TBOTotal Benefit of Ownership
TBOTamil Box Office (TV channel; Singapore)
TBOThe Black Order
TBOTransactions By Others
TBOTree Borne Oil (agriculture)
TBOTotal Business Outsourcing
TBOThe Black Orchid (gaming guild)
TBOTime Between Opportunities (reliability)
TBOTeam Balls Out (gaming group)
TBOtransportation benefits organization
TBOThermal Bakeout
TBOTechnical Back Office
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The plan provides repair, overhaul, replacement and/or exchange of parts including Life Limited parts, Time Between Overhaul parts and parts for Mandatory technical bulletin application.
Based on the calculations below, the total number of hours for each turbocompressor unit per year was reduced from 7,008 to 5,694 and, therefore, the time between overhauls could be extended.
We are talking to a number of operators who are very much interested in stretching out the time between overhauls, if it can be done safely and with the confidence that the equipment will remain reliable," Logan continued.
The new product range has a longer mean time between overhauls (MTBO) 15000h or 5 years than competing installations, with an option for a further extended warranty period.
All products Completing engine overhauls must have not less than a given time between overhauls.
Application of new design solutions enabled to increase plant s capacity and what is more important, to increase time between overhauls of main equipment.
The AW169 is designed with inherent ease of maintenance, for reliable, intensive utilisation in the most demanding conditions with high time between overhauls (TBO) and minimal life-limited parts.
The time between overhauls for all types of turbogenerators will be extended from four to six years.
Monitoring and detailed maintenance planning for the vessels is expected to increase the time between overhauls, thereby maximising vessel availability besides saving fuel and reducing emissions.