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Fuel pump
waterfor aircraft

fuel pump
fuel pump
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Characteristics

Medium
fuel, water
Applications
for aircraft
Fuel flow

Max.: 5,000 l/min (1,321 us gal/min)

Min.: 300 l/min (79 us gal/min)

Description

Competence of the Holding Technodinamika is applied to the development and manufacture of pumps, compressors and pumping stations - the key elements for any aircraft. Plunger-type pump Pumps driven by mid-flight engines, are the main sources of hydraulic systems pressure. Another application variant of plunger-type pumps is their use in the pumping stations. Since 2014 AO Technodinamika expands the range of manufactured pumping stations for serially produced aircraft equipment and develops advanced products for promising aircraft models. Centrifugal pumps These products are one of the most common types of dynamic hydraulic machines. They are widely used: in the fuel system, water supply and waste disposal system, in systems of the cooling of equipment. AO Technodinamika mastered production both electrically driven centrifugal pumps and products with mechanically drive manufacturing of capacity from 300 to 50 000 l/min. The development of this product category is aimed primarily to improving the weight and size and resource indicators of pumps through the use of new materials. Hydraulic pump stations The stations are an indispensable element of the hydraulic system of modern aircraft are designed to maintain the operating pressure in hydraulic systems or individual circuits of hydraulic systems, as well as aircraft maintenance. In modern aircraft is used not only electrically driven, but also hydraulic units. With the increasing use of electricity pumping stations are used not only as a backup source of pressure, but also as additional working during the flight.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.