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New Technology Takes To The Skies.

The MHI Group has nearly a century of experience with aircraft engines. In addition to manufacturing and servicing parts, it supports the global aircraft industry and comfortable air travel by undertaking international joint development of turbofan engines for commercial aircraft.
The Group is participating in a program to develop all-new PW1200G engines for the next-generation regional jet, the MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet). The program utilizes cutting-edge noise-suppressing and reduced gas emission technologies to produce an environmentally friendly engine that will help protect the global environment.

V2500

V2500 is a highly reliable engine producing 11-15 tons of thrust, which was developed through an international joint development effort between Japan, the U.S., Germany, U.K. and Italy.
The development commenced in 1984 with type certification obtaining in 1988. The engine currently powers Airbus A319, A320, A321 aircrafts, Boeing (previously known as McDonnell Douglas) MD-90, and Embraer KC-390.
MHIAEL participates as a member of Japanese Aero Engines Corporation (JAEC), with responsibility including design and manufacture of casings for low pressure compressor and high pressure turbine.

PW4000

PW4000 is a highly reliable large size engine producing 25-45 tons of thrust developed by Pratt & Whitney of the U.S.
Introduced to the market in 1987, the engine is installed in variety of aircrafts such as Boeing 747, 767, 777, MD-11, and Airbus A300, A310, and A330.
MHIAEL's program responsibility includes manufacture of compressor, turbine, and combustor as a risk sharing partner.

Trent1000

Trent1000 is the 5th generation of the three-shaft Trent family of engines developed by Rolls-Royce in the UK. It is an environmentally-friendly engine with 27-35 tons of thrust, which has dramatically improved combustion efficiency so as to significantly reduce emissions.
It obtained type certificate in 2007 and entered into service along with Boeing 787 in 2011.
MHIAEL is responsible for manufacture of the combustor module and the low pressure turbine blade as a risk sharing partner.

TrentXWB

TrentXWB is one of the Trent engine family developed by Rolls-Royce in the UK. This engine, rating 34-44 tons of thrust, has achieved a further improvement in fuel efficiency compared to the Trent1000.
It obtained type certificate in 2011 and entered into service along with Airbus A350XWB in 2015.
MHIAEL is responsible for manufacture of the combustor module and the low pressure turbine blade as a risk sharing partner.

Trent7000

Trent7000 is the latest addition to Trent engine family which is developed based on the Trent1000 engine. The Trent7000 is exclusively supplied for Airbus A330neo, the re-engined version of best-seller wide-body aircraft A330 and expected to entry into service in 2017.
MHIAEL is responsible for manufacture of the combustor module and the low pressure turbine blade as a risk sharing partner.

PW1200G

PW1200G is one of the variants of PurePower ® Geared TurbofanTM Engines , which is a next-generation engine developed by Pratt & Whitney in the U.S.. (Geared TurbofanTM is a technology delivering significant reduction in fuel burn and environmental emissions through gear system separating the engine fan from low pressure turbine, allowing optimum operational speed for each modules.) Producing 7-8 tons of thrust, PW1200G is exclusively powering Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp's MRJ 70/90 aircrafts.
MHIAEL's program responsibility includes manufacture of the high pressure turbine and combustor, and final assembly and testing of the engine.

PW1100G-JM

PW1100G-JM is an engine developed to inherit the successful V2500 engine program through the international joint effort between five companies from Japan, the U.S., and Germany. It is also a variant of PurePower ® Geared TurbofanTM Engines which produces 11-15 tons of thrust. Obtained type certification in 2014, PW1100G-JM is now powering the Airbus A320neo aircraft family.
MHIAEL participates as a member of Japanese Aero Engines Corporation (JAEC) with program responsibility including design and manufacture of the combustor.

PW210

The PW210 is a 1,100 shaft horsepower class engine developed with advanced technologies by Pratt & Whitney Canada for a new generation of helicopters. This engine has achieved improvement in fuel consumption, power-to-weight and environmental emissions. The PW210S engine, powering the Sikorsky S-76D, obtained type certificate in 2011 and entered into service along with the Sikorsky S-76D in 2013. The PW210A engine, powering the Leonardo's (previously known as AgustaWestland) AW169, received type certification from Transport Canada in 2014 and entered into service in 2015.
MHIAEL participates as a risk sharing partner with responsibility for design, develop and manufacturing of power turbine.

TS1

The TS1 is a 900 shp class turboshaft engine powering the OH-1, observation helicopter, used by Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF). MHI was the prime contractor for design and manufacture of TS1-M-10, which the development began in 1991 with first flight in August 1996 and the first production engine delivery to JGSDF in 1998. In response to the requirement for reduced maintenance cost, development of new derivative TS1-M-10A was launched in 2001. Aerodynamically redesigned compressor and turbines have enabled TS1-M-10A to achieve improved fuel consumption and engine durability. TS1-M-10A has entered service in 2010 through retrofitting of the original TS1-M-10 engine.

TJM3

The TJM3 is a small single-shaft turbo jet engine developed in 1983 by MHI for the target drone developed and manufactured by SUBARU (previously known as Fuji Heavy Industries) for Japan Air Self Defence Force. In meeting the specific use as a powerplant for target drone, simple and robust design was adopted in designing the fuel and ignition system. Since its service entry in 1986, 615 units have been delivered by 2018 and is still under quantity production.
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