Turbomeca has received EASA type-certification for its Arriel 2N turboshaft.
The new engine delivers 17% more take-off power (986 shp/735 kW compared to 840 shp/626 kW) than the current Arriel 2C and it also offers lower operating costs, increased reliability and superior performance over its predecessors.
Arriel 2N turboshaft is a combination of new and proven technologies. It has a new axial compressor, high pressure compressor diffuser, high-pressure turbine material and new-generation dual channel Fadec,
It has also been provided with a special 30-minute take-off power rating for the most demanding missions A new Engine Data Recorder, together with a turbine blade-creep monitor, further shifts the emphasis from traditional to preventive maintenance, according to the company's press release.
The innovations also reduce unscheduled removals and improve airframe availability and contribute to a TBO (Time Between Overhaul) of up to 3,500 hours (at entry into service), then up to 4,000 hours at maturity.
An Arriel-powered helicopter takes off every 15 seconds – all day, every day. Airbus Helicopters has selected the Arriel 2N to power its new AS565 model, the AS565MBe “Panther”.
Turbomeca (Safran) is setting up new manufacturing capability at its facility in France for serial production of parts using the latest additive manufacturing, or 3D printing process. Bordes facility in France is one of the first of its kind to serial produce additive components for aerospace propulsion industry in France
Turbomeca will showcase its Ardiden 3C and Arrius 2 turboshaft engines at Zhuhai Airshow 2014, from 11th to 16th November 2014, the company said in a statement Monday. Developed in 50-50 partnership with Avic Engine, Ardiden 3C was ground tested for the first time in Bordes (France) in November 2013
Turbomeca, part of the Safran group, has signed a contract with Saab AB for the repair and overhaul of Arrius 2K2 modules and engines installed on A109 LUH helicopters of the Swedish Air Force. The contract is a customized Global Support Package (GSP) for the Swedish Air Force A109 LUHS helicopters equipped with Turbomeca’s Arrius 2K2
ANAHEIM: Turbomeca has signed with Russian Helicopters / Kamov and with Helicopter Services Company contracts for the development and serial engine production of the Arrius 2G1 to be installed on the Ka-226T, the Russian twin-engine helicopter with double counter-rotating rotor. At this time Russia is experiencing a need for light helicopters capable of multiple missions such as transport, EMS, aerial work and surveillance
Safran has successfully completed the first ground run of the Arriel 2L2 engine that will power the new Korean civil and military helicopters, at its Bordes facility, beginning of June. The Arriel family was selected in 2016 to power the new Korean LCH (Light Civil Helicopter) and LAH (Light Armed Helicopter)
Turbomeca (Safran) announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Portuguese Air Force and DEFLOC at Paris Air Show to support the Portuguese RTM322-powered EH101 fleet. The engines of these rotorcrafts will be covered by a Global Support Package (GSP)
Turbomeca (Safran), and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) have signed Today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Paris Air Show to establish a joint venture in India that will provide maintenance, repair and overhaul for Turbomeca and HAL engines installed on HAL-produced helicopters. Therefore the engine fleet which will be addressed is the TM333 and Shakti engines
Turbomeca (Safran) announced today that it has been investigating and running tests on its TECH3000 components and modules this year to address need of greater performance and reduced environmental footprint of new-generation heavy rotorcraft. The TECH3000 demonstrator enables Turbomeca to validate the design and core performances of such new high power engines for the heavy helicopter market
Turbomeca will be powering Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL)s Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) and Light Utility Helicopter(LUH) with Ardiden 1H1 and Ardiden 1U engine respectively. The new HAL designed Light Utility Helicopter (LUH), a three-ton single-engine aircraft, is still under development
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