Proton-PM

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Proton-PM
Native name
Протон-ПМ
Proton-PM
Formerly
I.V. Stalin Plant No. 19
Open joint-stock company
Industry
  • Liquid rocket engine manufacturing
  • Aircraft engine manufacturing
  • Turbopumps manufacturing
  • Gas-turbine power station production
  • Metallurgical production
FoundedPerm, Russia (March 12, 1958 (1958-03-12))
Headquarters93, avenue Komsomolsky, Perm, 614990, Perm, Russia
Key people
Igor Arbuzov[1]
Products
ParentRoscosmos[2]
WebsiteOfficial Website

OJSC Proton-PM (Russian: ОАО «Протон-ПМ») is a Russian engine and heavy machinery manufacturing plant. It is located in the city of Perm, in the Perm Krai, on the bank of the Kama River.[3] It started in 1958 as the specialized branch of Plant No. 19 named after I. V. Stalin for the manufacturing of the RD-214 rocket engine. In 1964 it was given made a separate entity then known as Second Production. In the later years, it has branched intro producing gas turbine power plants.[4][5][6]

Products[edit]

Current engines[edit]

Engines in current production at the plant:

Former engines[edit]

Engines that are no longer produced at the plant.

Gas Turbines[edit]

  • Ural-2500 gas-turbine power station (2.55 MW/ 5.82 Gcal per hour),
  • Ural-4000 gas-turbine power station (4.13 MW/ 8.3 Gcal per hour),
  • Ural-6000 gas-turbine power station (6.14 MW/ 11.44 Gcal per hour),
  • GTES-16PA gas-turbine power station (16.3 MW/ 19.48 Gcal per hour),
  • GTES-25P gas-turbine power station (23.0 MW/ 26.1 Gcal per hour).
  • GTU-32P (up to 34 40 MW)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Management". OJSC Proton-PM. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  2. ^ "Списки аффилированных лиц ПАО Протон-ПМ". Disclosure.ru. Retrieved 7 May 2017.
  3. ^ "Contact". OJSC Proton-PM. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  4. ^ "Current Projects". OJSC Proton-PM. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  5. ^ a b c d "History". OJSC Proton-PM. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  6. ^ "Perm Motors Company". Global Security. Retrieved 2015-07-21.
  7. ^ a b "Production and industrial services". OJSC Proton-PM. Retrieved 2015-07-21.

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