The versatile PBS TJ100 turbojet engine has a new fuel lubricated modification – PBS TJ100P. The engine has a lower weight and is suitable for use in target drones and various high-speed unmanned aerial vehicles.
Short starting sequence
Windmill starting option under 7 sec
Salt water recovery option
No tilt limits during operation
PBS continues to prove itself a leader in aerospace engineering with its in-house development, production, testing and certification of small jet engines. Over the last several decades, the company has developed and refined its designing and manufacturing processes to produce first-class aircraft engines.
The PBS TJ100P is an exceptional turbojet engine built by PBS. It is an extension of the PBS TJ100 line, which has been one of PBS’s most successful aircraft products to date with over 1,000 produced in 2019 alone. Building on the success of the original version, the PBS TJ100P contains many of the original features and components, while improving several of the features for added benefits to the customers.
The much-acclaimed features such as the excellent thrust-to-weight ratio at 1,250 N and the possibility of both ground and in-flight restarts remain the same. Likewise, the maximum altitude of 10,000 m and maximum speed of 0.8 M for the operating envelope and the maximum altitude of 6,000 m and maximum speed of 0.5 M for the starting envelope also remain the same.