Hamilton Sundstrand, Microturbo form APU partnership

  • 29-Jun-2011 09:31 EDT

Hamilton Sundstrand Corp. and Microturbo signed an agreement to form a partnership for the development of new-generation electrical and bleed APUs and APU installation systems, targeting the business jet segment. First application for the new partnership will be the Bombardier Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft for which Hamilton Sundstrand was recently selected as the APU supplier. Hamilton Sundstrand has launched the design and development of a new APU system for this Bombardier program. Under the partnership agreement, Microturbo will design, certify, and supply major modules and components for the APU and the installation system in support of Hamilton Sundstrand's design and development of the overall APU system.

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