Turbine type Air Start Unit

Description
Specifications

The ASU requires high reliability in order to avoid AOG (Aircraft on Ground) in case of failure of an APU (Auxiliary Power Unit). It must be able, at any time and for any type of aircraft, to provide the necessary compressed air (56PSI pressure) to run the turbines and perform the start-up.

GUINAULT designed the safest ASU in the world using components known for their reliability. The use of electronic regulation allows them to operate in the best conditions and thus improve their lifespan, to limit noise at airports, and significantly reduce fuel consumption. 

The TS200 is a turbine type ASU, which makes it very compact and powerful. Its design also ensures the best performances and reliability, as well as fast availability under extreme operating conditions.

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Turbine:

Brand / type: Hamilton Sundstrand PH-47-C-3

Power: 300kW at 46,130 RPM

Air Flow: 204 PPM at 15°C (59°F) sea level

Pressure: 56 PSIA at 15°C (59°F) sea level

Sound pressure at 7 meters: 85dB(A) / 87dB(A)

Air Flow delivery: 2 hoses, 40ft length (12,5m) with ISO 2026 coupling

Operating conditions:

Temperature: -30°C to +52°C (-22°F to +125°F

Elevation: max. 2000m (6500ft) above sea level

Dimensions L x W x H: 3000 x 1680 x 1700 mm
Weight: 1954kg 

Fuel tank capacity: 400 liters
Accepted fuel: Diesel EN590, Jetfuel F-34, F-35, F-44, XF-43, Jet A and Jet A1.