Honeywell Fires Off $20M Suit Over Shoddy Engine Parts

Law360, New York (April 30, 2014, 6:18 PM EDT) -- Honeywell International Inc. launched a suit Tuesday against aerospace contractor Moog Inc., to force the company to pay over $20 million in repair and replacement costs for providing aircraft engine parts that did not perform as promised.

Honeywell's suit accuses Moog of breaking a supply contract by providing defective inlet guide vane actuators, or IGVAs, that contained unapproved seal materials. The parts were then used by Honeywell as a component for engines called auxiliary power units, or APUs, that were installed into aircraft to provide power while they are on the ground, according to the Arizona federal suit.

“Moog has breached,...

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