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Aerospace movie April 2010—script
Scenes 1,2,3 (flags, engines with *** on building behind, *** sign and plane)—
“*** Metals is a Global leader in the recycling and secure mutilation of aerospace engine and other critical parts.
We are one of a limited number of recyclers specializing in the recovery of high temperature alloys for remelting to produce new engine parts. This retains expensive and strategically important resources within the aerospace industry's supply chain.
*** handles all the superalloys used in the aerospace, power generation, chemical and other industries where heat, stress and corrosion resistance are essential.
These superalloys include elements like nickel, chromium, molybdenum(pronounced mowlibdenum), cobalt(pronounced kohbalt), titanium(pronounced tytainium), columbium, rhenium (pronounced reenium) and tantalum; high value and sometimes scarce resources, certain of which have to be imported from potentially unfriendly or politically unstable foreign countries.”
Scenes 4,5,6,7,8(gate opens, overview of yard, external view of offices,cameras x2)---
“Because many of the materials which *** handles include these expensive and often critical elements, we have made a commitment to investing in secure facilities, with high perimeter walls and gates, full security camera coverage and a 24/7 on site presence.
We take pride in providing clean, secure and environmentally compliant facilities, as well as the equipment necessary to complete the meticulous work of aerospace scrap recycling.”
Scenes 9,10,11,12,13 (container truck arrives, truck at weigh scale, check by radiation detectors, inside weigh scale house, seal and paperwork check)—
“Over many years *** has established close relationships with airline, MRO and other industrial sources as well as melt outlets for these aerospace materials. It has also partnered with a major engine OEM and a division of the US Department of Defense to perform a closed loop recycling process for their scrapped alloy parts.
Much of this material arrives in locked and sealed shipping containers.
Every incoming load of material is weighed, checked for excess radiation and allocated a discrete lot number which appears on all tags and records relating to the load and ensures traceability.”
Scenes 14,15(unload container,weigh individual parts)—
“The container is then unlocked.
The material is unloaded.
Individual weights and details are checked against the shipping advice”
Scenes 16,17,18 (parts are tagged x 2,tagged parts)—
“All material is then tagged with its weight and lot number”
Scenes 19, 20, 21, 22(sorting by spectroscope, sparking, gun, gun and magnet)--
“***** team includes highly experienced and trained operatives and supervisors, skilled in the recognition, preparation and processing of used superalloy parts. Various methods are employed to sort these complex alloys, including direct reading spectroscopes and computerized tools, but there is no substitute for experience and training to recognize where there may be potential contaminants in the material.
Some items are fabricated using numerous alloys, some of which must be identified for subsequent removal.”
Scene 23(tagging after sorting)—
“After sorting, the material is re-tagged with a complete description and weight of each item. Details are then sent to the office for production of the supplier’s settlement report”
Scenes 24,25,26 (Daniel etc reviewing material, Pedro—with calculator, cut parts)—
“All lots are carefully reviewed by our experienced supervisory team at different stages of the process”
Scenes 27,28,29,30,31,32,33(whole engines x 3, whole engine dismantling, pulling apart with chain,whole engines x 2)—
“*** also specializes in the dismantling of whole engines, both commercial and military, again with close supervision.
These consist of many individual parts, comprising different alloys, and each engine model has a different parts composition.
After disassembly, the individual parts will be sorted by alloy.”
Scenes 34,35(mutilation by torch, by baler)—
“*** recognizes and shares suppliers' concerns that no scrapped part shall be reintroduced into the industry. Rest assured that any of the critical material sent to us will be mutilated to preclude its further use and we shall issue a signed certificate that that has been accomplished.
Scene 36 (mutilation by shear)--
In order to conserve the maximum amount of good material for recycling we combine effective mutilation with the necessary removal of non-conforming alloy attachments etc.”
Scenes 37,38,39,40 (inspection by Pedro using gun, finished shiny blades, finished shiny cut disks, Pedro writing report)—
“After sorting and mutilation, suitable material is processed for remelting. *** is one of a handful of companies approved to supply recycled metals direct to the vacuum melt industry for use in rotating parts applications. The vacuum melters produce new cast and forged parts for the aerospace engine industry. Such approvals entail rigorous quality audits as well as trial melts of material which we have processed.
Our customers receive clean, remeltable material at competitive prices, supported by guarantees that it is within their specifications, which are generally very strict.”
Scene 41,42(Inside Offices x2)—
“*** Metals employs experienced, high calibre staff to buy, source and market the aerospace material.
Its offices have been designed for ease of communication with the operations staff, as well as security surveillance.
We have developed meticulous records and sophisticated inventory and accounting systems to support the operations.”
Scene 43(Guarantee document, signed)—
“*** stands firmly behind its finished products.”
Scene 44(Haniel report)—
“We provide extremely competitive pricing for the purchase of your scrapped parts and as part of the $35 Billion + Haniel Group, we have unmatched financial resources available to us.
Our suppliers benefit from prompt sorting of their material, detailed reports, on time payment and, when requested, meaningful certificates of mutilation.”
Scene 45, 46(engine and *** sign, plane)—
“Thus, *** Metals completes the cycle from obsolete or old engines to the creation of parts for new ones.
Scene 47 (Turnings processing by ****************) Note, try to relate the script to the individual operations shown—
“*** Metals’ sister company, ****************, is a specialized recycler of superalloy turnings.
The turnings are crushed, compressed and cleaned to improve density and remove surface impurities.
They are then sampled, after which a button melt is produced for analysis purposes.
Since some undesirable elements must be guaranteed to be less than a part per million, sophisticated analytical equipment is employed.
****************’ finished products are also certified and guaranteed for remelting for re-use in critical aerospace applications.”
Scene 47 and 48(Flag and *** sign)—
“*** is your complete answer to the recycling of aerospace engine parts!”
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