Pratt & Whitney Canada PW200

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PW200
Type Turboshaft
National origin Canada
Manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Canada
Major applications AgustaWestland AW109
Bell 429
Eurocopter EC135

The Pratt & Whitney Canada PW200 is a family of turbine engines developed specifically for helicopter applications. It entered service in the 1990s.

Variants[edit]

PW206A
Maximum continuous power 550 shp (410 kW) [1] for use on the MD Explorer
PW206B
Maximum continuous power 431 shp (321 kW),[1] for use on the Eurocopter EC135
PW206B2
Maximum continuous power 431 shp (321 kW).[1]
PW206C
Maximum continuous power 561 shp (418 kW),[1] for use on the Agusta A109 Power
PW206E
Maximum continuous power 572 shp (427 kW).[1] for use on the MD Explorer
PW207C
Maximum continuous power 572 shp (427 kW).[1]
PW207D
Maximum continuous power 572 shp (427 kW).[1]
PW207D1
Variant of the PW207 with increased mechanical power, maximum continuous power 610 shp (450 kW).[1]
PW207D2
Variant of the PW207D1 with a fuel heater installed, maximum continuous power 610 shp (450 kW).[1]
PW207E
Maximum continuous power 572 shp (427 kW).[1] for use on the MD 902
PW210
Enhanced version of the PW200. Enhancements include; Lower fuel consumption, Dual Channel Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC), Reduced environmental emissions and an Increase in power output ranging from 800 shp (600 kW) to 1,000 shp (750 kW)[2]

Applications[edit]

Specifications[edit]

Data from [3]

General characteristics

  • Type: Turboshaft
  • Length: 35.9 in (91.2 cm)
  • Diameter: 19.7 in (50 cm)
  • Dry weight: 237 lb (107.5 kg)

Components

  • Compressor: Single-stage centrifugal
  • Combustors: Annular
  • Turbine: Single-stage high pressure turbine, single-stage low pressure turbine

Performance

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Type Certificate Data Sheet EA E.017 PW206 & PW207 series engines" (PDF). European Aviation Safety Agency. 28 July 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-26. 
  2. ^ "PW210". pwc.ca. Retrieved 11 March 2016. 
  3. ^ "Gas Turbine Engines. Aviation Week & Space Technology 2009 Source Book. pg. 126.". Aviation Week & Space Technology. 2009-01-26. Retrieved 2011-06-30. 

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