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Contracts - Awards | Engines - Aircraft | Fighters & Attack | United Technologies | USA

$65.1M to UTC for F100 Engine Modules

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United Technologies Corp. in San Antonio, TX received a $65.1 million contract to provide modules to be remanufactured at the contract facility, such as, core modules, fan drive turbines, inlet fans, and gearboxes, for the Pratt & Whitney F100 engine supporting F-15/F-16 fighter aircraft. Pratt & Whitney is a UTC subsidiary. The F100 powers all of the USAF F-15s and a majority of the world fleet of F-16s. With more than 6,900 engines produced and over 16 million flight hours, the F100 is one of the most reliable fighter engine in the world. Propulsion of the F-15 is supplied by 2 Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-100 or -220 afterburning turbofan engines. The Navy uses the F100-PW-220 engine in its F-16s… F100 Engine Characteristics * Thrust: 23,770 – 29,160 lb * Weight: 3,740 lb * Length: 191 in * Inlet Diameter: 34.8 in * Maximum Diameter: 46.5 in * Bypass Ratio: 0.36 * Overall Pressure Ratio: 32 to 1 At this time, no money has been obligated for the F100 modules contract. The 448 SCMG/PKBF at Tinker Air Force Base, OK manages the contract (FA8121-10-D-0008).

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