Products & services
For more than 30 years, Safran Aerosystems anti-icing detection and protection systems and equipment have offered a range of innovative and reliable solutions to make flights safer, to reduce fuel consumption and to lower pilot workload.
The APIRS attitude and heading reference system provides all the necessary data to operate the aircraft or helicopter along three axes: roll, pitch and heading. These accurate and autonomous data allow flight control optimization.
Incorporating innovative propulsion technologies, the Ardiden 1H1 powers the Dhruv and LCH (Light Combat Helicopter) helicopters from Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL).
Incorporating innovative propulsion technologies, the Ardiden 1U powers the LUH (Light Utility Helicopter) from India's Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). It is a derivative of the Ardiden 1H1, and was certified in 2019 by EASA and 2021 by Indian Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
Intended for Russian Helicopters Ka-62, Ardiden 3G is a new generation engine certified by EASA in 2017. It is a member of the Ardiden 3 range, the only new-generation 1,700 to 2,000 shaft horse-power engine range designed for the six to nine ton helicopter.
Designed for surface vessels, from patrol boats to aircraft carriers, Argonyx™ family provides accurate attitudes & precise localization for sensors stabilization & weapons alignment, even in full GNSS denied environments.
Arrano 1A is a new generation engine in the 1,100 to 1,300 shp power range. It powers Airbus H160. Arrano integrates the best in aero-engine technologies and offers 15 % reduction in fuel consumption over other in-service engines.
Arriel 1E2 powers Airbus EC145, BK 117C and UH-72A Lakota. Arriel 1E2 builds on the essential characteristics of every Arriel, namely, a modular design to simplify maintenance and an efficient and robust gas generator.
The Arriel 2C / 2C2 variants power several Airbus Dauphin models: AS365N3+, l’AS565 Panther, and H155 from Airbus, Z9 manufactured by AVIC, and Korea Aerospace Industries LCH (Light Civil Helicopter).
A more recent Arriel variant, the Arriel 2D was certified in May 2011. It powers the Airbus H125 and H130. In service since 2011 on Airbus’ H125 and H130, the Arriel 2D offers extremely competitive operating costs, 10% lower in average than those of earlier variants.
One of the youngest Arriel family members, the 2E was certified in December 2012 and entered service in August 2014 with the delivery of the first Airbus Helicopters H145. The Arriel 2E offers 20% more power than the 1E2 installed on the EC145.
Certified in 2018, the Arriel 2H has been selected to power the AC312E developed by AVIC Harbin Aircraft Industry Group. The AC312E made its maiden flight in July 2016. The Arriel 2H is one of the most powerful Arriel variants with a take-off power rating of 986 shp.
Certified in December 2014, the Arriel 2N is one of the latest variant of the Arriel family. It powers the Airbus AS565MBe Panther. Seventeen per cent more powerful than the Arriel 2C, it is the most powerful Arriel variant.
The Arrius 2B2 powers the Airbus H135. With a take-off power of 633 shp and a cruise power of 580 shp, it is one of the most powerful variants in the Arrius range.
The Arrius 2G1, powers the Russian Helicopters Ka-226T twin-engine helicopter. It is in service in Russia, and part of a major military contract currently under negotiation between Russia and India.
The Arrius 2R is designed to deliver performance and power within the 500 shp range, while improving safety and lowering pilot workload via the dual-channel FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control). It is the only turbine in the power range with this feature.
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