Features of PW100 Engine

The PW100 family is the engine of choice for modern thirty to ninety passenger turboprop airliners around the world appreciates to its excellent durability, reliability, as well as operating economics. Providing the lowest carbon emissions and fuel consumption, and incorporating the latest proven advanced technologies, PW100 engines have been proved that they are the greenest in the airline industry for the shorter routes which are served by the regional airlines.



PW100 engines incorporate the latest advanced technologies in the drive to exceed the expectations of our customers in performance, fuel consumption, durability, reliability, and environmental friendliness.


PW100 powered regional turboprop aircraft consume upto twenty-five to forty percent less fuel and produce up to fifty percent lower carbon emissions than similar sized jets, with correspond to lower greenhouse gases. Thirty-eight PW100 models have been produced which ranges in shaft horsepower from 1,800 shp to 5,000 shp. The PW100 engine is a three-shaft, two-spool engine.


High-pressure and low-pressure compressors are powered independently by cooled turbine stages. A third shaft couples the power turbine to the propeller via a reduction gearbox and which is optimized for establishing the best combination of engine and propeller efficiencies. The outcome is class-leading fuel consumption as well as low greenhouse emissions.


The newest design technologies, materials, and advanced engine control have enabled the PW100 engine to regularly achieve more than ten thousand hours on-wing in the absence of a shop visit, a remarkable dispatch reliability record and provide the pilot as well as maintenance crew with easy engine operation as well as maintenance.




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