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Military Auxiliary Power Unit

Military Auxiliary Power Unit

We have a rich heritage providing power for military aircraft.

Honeywell has designed and tailored many military application auxiliary power units. This line of products started with the 85 series auxiliary power units supporting the C-130 cargo aircraft all the way up to the most recent fighter applications with the G250 auxiliary power unit, supporting the F22, and the G230 auxiliary power unit, supporting the F35 Joint Strike Fighter. Not to forget, Honeywell continues to support the defense helicopter applications from attack helicopters like the Apache AH-64 with the 36-155 auxiliary power unit up to utility applications with the Blackhawk UH-60 with the 36-150BH and the Chinook CH-47 with the 36-150CH. Honeywell’s broad auxiliary power unit model scale has enabled secondary power solutions for fixed wing, rotor wing and even ground cart applications that support global military logistics. If there is a secondary power need, Honeywell has a solution!

GTCP 36-150 auxiliary power unit for helicopters:

The model 36-150 auxiliary power unit 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 36-150 is capable of delivering 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.

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Auxiliary Power Unit Overview
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