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PurePower Engine Family Specs Chart

PW1200G

PW1500G

PW1100-JM

PW1400G

Geared TurbofanTM (GTF) Engine with scaled engine core; current models from 10,000 to 40,000 pounds of thrust

Geared TurbofanTM (GTF) Engine with scaled engine core; current models from 10,000 to 40,000 pounds of thrust

Geared TurbofanTM (GTF) Engine with scaled engine core; current models from 10,000 to 40,000 pounds of thrust

Geared TurbofanTM (GTF) Engine with scaled engine core; current models from 10,000 to 40,000 pounds of thrust

Mitsubishi Regional Jet

Bombardier CSeries

Airbus A320neo

Irkut MC-21

MRJ70 MRJ90

CS100 CS300

A319neo A320neo A321neo

MC-21-200 MC-21-300 MC-21-400

70–96

100–145

124–220

130–230

PW1215G 15,000lbs PW1217G 17,000lbs

PW1521G 21,000lbs PW1524G 23,300lbs

PW1124G 24,000lbs PW1127G 27,000lbs PW1133G 33,000lbs

24,000–33,000lbs

1-G-2-8-2-3

1-G-3-8-2-3

1-G-3-8-2-3

1-G-3-8-2-3

9:1

12:1

12:1

12:1

56 inches

73 inches

81 inches

81 inches

2014

2013

October 2015

2016

Engine Program Engine Type

Aircraft Family

Aircraft Models

Passenger Capacity

Engine Models (thrust in pounds-force)

Architecture

Bypass Ratio (BPR) Fan Diameter

Entry into Service (EIS)

PurePower Engines are Pratt & Whitney’s next generation of engines, which offer double- digit improvements in fuel consumption, noise, environmental emissions, and operating costs. To date, PurePower Engines comprise two engine families: the PW800 engine family

by Pratt & Whitney Canada, which will power the next generation of large business jets, and the PW1000G—or geared turbofan (GTF)—engine family. Common between the PW800 and PW1000G engine families is the PurePower engine core: a high performance core built for the demands of high-cycle, short-haul operation.

How can one core meet the demands of so many aircraft? The answer is two-fold. First, Pratt & Whitney and partner MTU Aero Engines collaborated to design a state-of-the-art core that would be fully capable from 10,000 to 40,000 pounds of thrust. Second, scaling an engine core over this range was further enabled by the unique advantages of GTF engine architecture. Because GTF engines can slow the fan while greatly increasing the speed of the low-pressure modules, the low pressure compressor (LPC) is able to “supercharge” the air before it enters the high-pressure compressor (HPC). In turn, that means fewer HPC stages are required to accomplish the same work at an engine level. The end result for operators? A lighter-weight core with fewer parts, which is easier to maintain, with hundreds fewer airfoils and two fewer life-limited parts (LLPs). All this, with the same core across two families of engines, meaning operators will also bene t from the higher maturity that comes with so many more hours of experience.

The numbering scheme for each PW1000G engine model follows the same historical Pratt & Whitney pattern: the rst number represents the generation—in this case, 1 or 1,000.

The second number denotes the customer: 1 for Airbus, 2 for Mitsubishi, 4 for Irkut, and 5 for Bombardier. The last two numbers indicate the thrust class: 24 for 24,000 pounds of thrust,

and so forth. And nally, the “G” stands for a geared turbofan engine. Above, the full PW1000G engine product table is listed in order of thrust.

Updated September 2012

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