Products & services
Designed to start the TP400 engine, the ATS334 was selected by Europrop International to outfit the A400M military transport aircraft.
The latest in Safran Power Units' family of air turbine starters, the ATS337 is used to start the SaM146 engine developed by PowerJet (a Safran Aircraft Engines-NPO Saturn joint venture) for the family of SuperJet 100 Russian regional jets developed by Sukhoï.
At Safran Power Units, our priority is to satisfy our civil and military OEM and operator customers through reliable products and appropriate services.
The Customer Support organization at Safran Power Units guarantees the coordination of technical support operations and commercial activities with customers.
All commercial contracts, replacement equipment or repair agreements on sales, and the various service needs are managed by the Safran Power Units Sales Services Operators team.
Safran Power Units has specifically designed the eAPU to meet the highest requirements of "more-electric" and "all-electric" new-generation aircraft, helicopters and UAVs.
A fuel cell is an onboard electrical power generation system that is both autonomous and silent. It is composed of a fuel cell, a gaseous hydrogen tank, a compressor, an electric converter and a computer.
The Noëlle 180 turbo-starter provides independent starting for the M53 engine in the Mirage 2000 aircraft and thereby eliminates the requirement for ground power. It uses the energy resources available on board the aircraft: main engine fuel and electrical power from the batteries. The turbo-starter drives the main engine up to the optimal ignition speed, then provides assistance during acceleration up to starter cutout speed at about main engine idling speed. The sequence takes approximately 30 seconds.
The Rubis 3 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) has been designed to meet the on-board power requirements of the Dassault Aviation Rafale multi-role combat aircraft, powered by Safran Aircraft Engines M88 engines.
The S20-G Auxiliary Power Unit was developed to supply the electrical power in the 40 kW range, required for anti-air vehicles, and to be easily adapted to different types of specifications.
The Saphir 20 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) has been designed to meet the on-board power requirements of the Super Puma multi-role helicopter.
The SPU150 auxiliary power unit (APU) is the definition of reliability and cost effectiveness for providing electric and pneumatic power to the midsize to super midsize business jets.
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