PBS TJ100 Turbojet Engine

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The PBS TJ100 is a 4th-GENERATION turbojet engine. The PBS TJ100 is especially suitable for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). These can be used by rescue services or for police or reconnaissance purposes and also for other assignments and missions within military applications. These engines are also ideal for gliders and light sports and experimental airplanes. The PBS TJ100 engine is of a compact design and has an excellent power-to-weight ratio of up to 292 lbf (1,300 N) with low fuel consumption for its output category. This engine is also suitable for landing on water.

Main features
  • Compact design, excellent thrust-to-weight ratio and low fuel consumption for its category.
  • The integrated starter-generator ensures reliable 24V battery start-up, supplies electricity to the vehicle’s onboard wiring and cools the engine after shutdown.
  • Classic design – radial compressor and annular combustion chamber, axial turbine and fixed output nozzle.
  • Standard equipment fuel-oil system, control system, ignition unit, connection cables and manual or fully automatic control.
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