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Since the inception in 1980, MRF Engine Group has progressed from single engine facility to five different origin engine MRO with all major overhauling and repair facilities required. The first ATAR engine was produced in 1983 followed by another major project in shape of F-100 in 1989 and repair of J-69 engine hot parts repair in same year. In 2004, T56 engine overhaul was a major change from jet engines to turbo prop. In Year 2005, a commercial venture began by undertaking manufacturing of parts for Boeing through an offset program, in which MRF was entrusted to undertake Non Destructive Inspection. It was through venture that MRF was able to attain the NADCAP Accreditation for its NDI facilities.

The process begins with the disassembly of the engine, where each and every component / module is removed from the engine. After disassembly, the engine undergoes stringent inspections to reveal discrepancies accumulated over the years of operation. A special setup of highly precise engine horizontal and vertical maintenance stands enables the technicians to perform thorough inspections of engines and its modules. In case discrepancies are noted, a team of highly experienced technicians conduct extensive repairs to remove the discrepancies.