Product development

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ELECTRIC CENTRIFUGAL PUMP UNITS

Electric centrifugal pump units (ECP) comprising a monoblock configuration of a pump and electric motor, are widely used in fuel and other hydraulic systems of aircraft. Several dozens of ECP are mounted on some airplanes just to pump fuel

gtn-7-3

HYDRAULIC TURBINE DRIVEN PUMP UNITS

Rise of flight speeds and increasing demands for reliability and service life issued new challenges for development of fuel systems and units of modern and promising supersonic aircraft.

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EJECTOR PUMPS

Ejector pumps (EP) have been used for a long time in different industry applications.

dcn-80

ENGINE DRIVEN CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

To ensure normal operation of the fuel system of an aircraft or helicopter during different flight modes under conditions of high altitude and to reduce its weight and increase the reliability, the fuel is

vd-0s

EMERGENCY RAM AIR TURBINES

To ensure operation of aircraft hydraulic systems in emergency situations related to the failure of main hydraulic pumps, Kristall Design Bureau developed

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HYDRODYNAMIC INTEGRATED DRIVE GENERATORS

The large amount of R&D works conducted by Kristall Design Bureau aimed at the development of new structural schemes of units to achieve stable frequency of AC electric generators resulted

npg-117s

CENTRIFUGAL PUMP UNITS WITH HYDRODYNAMIC TORQUE CONVERTE

Displacement pumps are generally used for fuel supply into the main combustion chamber of the aircraft engine.

turbonasos-ustanovki

TURBINE DRIVEN UNITS

Kristall Design Bureau developed a number of turbopump assemblies for emergency hydraulic systems – TNUA, TNU-86-3, TNU-86A and TNUK, which provide power and

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TURBO-GENERATORS, TURBO-DRIVES

The TG-17 consists of the air turbine drive, control module, shutters assembly and generator designed to provide fixed frequency AC to consumers in all flight modes.

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TNA-150 TURBINE DRIVEN PUMP UNIT

The unique TNA-150 turbine driven pump unit was developed by Kristall Design Bureau for aerial refueling at altitudes of up to 12,000 m and flight speeds of 350-650 km/h with

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VANE PUMPS

For some types of small-sized aircraft engines, the rotor speed of which makes 50,000-60,000 rpm, the necessity to develop a high-speed displacement fuel pump, which is