UEC-Perm Engines

JSC UEC-Perm Engines (Russian: Пермский моторный завод) is a company based in Perm, Russia. It is part of United Engine Corporation.[2][3]

JSC UEC-Perm Engines
Joint-stock company
Founded1934
Headquarters,
Russia
ProductsEngines,
Revenue$365 million[1] (2017)
$40.2 million[1] (2017)
-$24.3 million[1] (2017)
Total assets$454 million[1] (2017)
Total equity$93.8 million[1] (2017)
ParentUnited Engine Corporation
Websitewww.pmz.ru

Perm Engine Plant, one of the leading aircraft engine plants in the former USSR, produces a wide range of airplane and helicopter engines, as well as helicopter gearboxes, first-stage engines for the Proton rocket, and machinery for use in the consumer industries. It is collocated with Aviadvigatel (formerly known as the Soloviev Engine Design Bureau).[4]

Current products

  • Aviadvigatel PD-12 turboshaft, an upgrade for the Mi-26, to replace the Ukrainian D-136
  • Aviadvigatel PS-12
  • AI-20D
  • Aviadvigatel PS-30
  • Aviadvigatel PD-14 turbofan, will power the Irkut MC-21
  • PD-18R geard turbofan
  • Aviadvigatel PD-30
  • Aviadvigatel PS-90 turbofan, powers Ilyushin Il-76 variants, Ilyushin Il-96 variants, Beriev A-50, and Tupolev Tu-204/214 series.
  • GP-2 (PS-90-GP-2) Gas Turbine
  • GTE-25P (PS-90GP-25) based on PS-90 and GTA-25 unit GTU-25P Gas Turbine
  • GTU-16P on basis PS-90A and GTU-12P
  • GTU-12P (based on D-30 engine) and many other GTs
  • D-30 variants modifications modernization
  • GTU-30P 30 34 MW [5] GTE30 , based on D-30F6 and PS-90
  • GTU-32P (30 40 MW) on basis D-30F6 and MS5002E (GTU32 "Ladoga" built at NZL plant Saint Petersburg)
  • GTE180 GTE160 GT100 GTE65 . unit M94yu2
Building and Development
  • PD-24 (around ± 240 kN)
  • PD-28 (around ± 280 kN)
  • PD-35 (up to 300/328 kN max 350)
  • GTUs 30 and 40 MW
  • Marine GTUs

Shvetsov engines

Soloviev engines

See also

References

  1. "Годовая бухгалтерская отчетность (все формы)". Retrieved 16 November 2018.
  2. "History".
  3. "Структура". АО «ОДК» (in Russian). Retrieved 19 August 2017.
  4. "Russian Defense Business Directory". Federation of American Scientists. US Department of Commerce Bureau of Export Administration. May 1995. Retrieved 21 July 2017. This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
  5. http://www.pmz.ru/pr/other/ntex/ib14_3/ib14_46-48/
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