... and carbon brakes for the latest Airbus single-aisle jetliner. Safran Landing Systems already supplies wheels and carbon brakes for more than 70% of the global fleet of Airbus A320 twinjets. We are now ...
... single-cavity brake. For an airplane in the same weight class, this brake contains only five pistons (instead of six) and four rotors (instead of the usual five). This brake is lighter ...
... near Seattle (USA), where the 737 are assembled. The first 737MAX equipped with Safran Landing Systems wheels and carbon brakes flew for the first time on March 4, 2016.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner brake Frein 787 Thirty years after introducing carbon brakes on commercial jets, and now the market leader, Safran Landing Systems brings electric brake technology ...
... fitted with Safran Landing Systems wheels and brakes, just like the commercial version of the 737. Besides its proven endurance, (which leads to reduced maintenance costs), Safran Landing Systems carbon brake ...
Flange mounted to the customer bulkhead with sleeve bearing supported field coil assembly. Integral armature assembly couples directly to the driven shaft.
Cerametalix Brakes Honeywell's Cerametalix technology wheels and brakes average 5.5 million aircraft landings a year, which account for more than 20 million trouble-free brake landings ...
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