Precision Turbines, Inc.
3300 Airport Road
Boca Raton Airport
Hangar 4, Suite 108
Boca Raton, FL 33431

info@precisionturbines.AERO
ph 561.447.0032
fax 561.807.5424

Mission Statement

Precision Turbines’ corporate mission is to provide the worldwide aviation community with outstanding customer service while creating a work place that fosters innovation and individual growth in character and spirit. Our business goals are to achieve growth in revenue, increased market share and continued new product development. The company is founded on the best customer service in the world. Business is conducted with complete integrity and the highest standards of ethics. We are totally committed to team work, individual respect, hard work, innovative engineering and the best business practices which will result in the long term success of Precision Turbines and our Team Members.

Pratt and Whitney PW100

The Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 engine family is a series of 2,000 to 5,000 horsepower (1,500 to 3,700 kW) turboprops manufactured by Pratt and Whitney’s Canadian subsidiary, headquartered in Longueuil, Quebec. Fact Sheet.

Pratt & Whitney Canada have adopted a relatively unusual engine configuration for the PW100: a three shaft arrangement. Other engines with this basic configuration include the Rolls-Royce Gem and the EPI TP400-D6. In the PW100, a centrifugal LP compressor (except for the PW150 which uses a 3 stage axial LP compressor), driven by a single stage LP turbine, supercharges a centrifugal HP compressor, driven by a single stage HP turbine. Power is delivered to the offset propeller reduction gearbox via a third shaft, connected to a 2-stage free (power) turbine. The engine first entered service in 1984. Aircraft applications include the ATR-42 (PW127E) and the ATR-72 (PW127F).

Source: Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pratt_&_Whitney_Canada_PW100

Product Overview

The PW100 is an advanced technology, fuel efficient turboprop engine designed to power 30 to 70 passenger regional transport, as well as utility and corporate aircraft. The PW118 to PW127 series has grown to cover a wide range of power from 1800 shp to 2750 shp. The family concept of turbomachine and reduction gearbox modules has permitted the tailoring of engine models to meet the broad spectrum of performance requirements.

Design Features

Two spool turbomachine incorporating rugged twin centrifugal compressors with no variable geometry or interstage bearings for low complexity, two-stage «free» turbine, two module configuration, the reduction gearbox and turbomachine each with its own data plate and logbook, electronic engine control with mechanical back-up for ease of pilot operation and system redundancy, and conveniently located accessories for ease of maintenance.