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Honeywell 36-150BH APU for UH-60 Blackhawk by Sherwood Aviation

Honeywell 36-150BH APU for UH-60 Blackhawk by Sherwood Aviation

Honeywell 36-150BH APU for UH-60 Blackhawk by Sherwood Aviation

As mission profiles become more complex, the equipment needed to support them grows too.  A perfect example of this is the UH-60 helicopter which entered service in 1979 and is still going strong, supporting missions around the world.  As more and more equipment are added to improve degraded visual environments, war-fighter safety, mission effectiveness, and increase survivability, the need for more power becomes ever more critical.

The model 36-150BH Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)is a single-shaft, constant speed gas turbine engine, providing shaft and pneumatic power for ground and airborne applications. The auxiliary power unit is designed to deliver compressed air for main engine starting, air conditioning, anti-ice and heating systems. Shaft power is typically used to drive AC/DC generators, hydraulic pumps, cooling fans and accessory transmissions. The 36-150BH can deliver air and shaft power simultaneously or individually. The 36-150 auxiliary power unit family encompasses more than 20 different variations modified for specific military (or commercial aircraft) application requirements.

Honeywell´s 36-150BH Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) offers the lowest operating and life cycle cost, highest reliability power solution for the UH-60 Blackhawk.

With easy installation using existing US Army UH-60 work instructions and conversion by two mechanics with an engine hoist, the Honeywell APU fits directly into the existing airframe APU mounts with no airframe modifications required. 

The highly reliable 36-150BH provides power when you need it, eliminates fuel pump reliability issues and is easier and less expensive to maintain as it does not contain any Life-Limited Parts, along with its built-in higher quality.

In addition, the 36-150BH carbon seals eliminate source of oil leaks., adding to its great reliability and performance.

As part of the installation of the 36-150BH the existing ESU is replaced with a higher reliability, plug and play Honeywell controller.

Join the elite – upgrade your UH-60 Blackhawk with the proven more durable 36-150BH APU by Honeywell, provided by Sherwood Aviation, a Honeywell Authorized world-wide distributor for mechanical components, with more than 29 years servicing as an OEM quality provider of component repairs, overhauls, sales and exchanges, serving military, commercial and regional fixed and rotary wing aircrafts.

Contact Sherwood Aviation today to learn more and receive a quote to retrofit your UH-60 with Honeywell´s 36-150BH APU. 

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