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PW100 | PW150

The Green
Powerhouse of
Regional Airline
Turboprops.

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USA & Canada
Call: 1-800-268-8000
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Regional Aviation
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1,800 to over 5,000


shaft horsepower
The PW100 turboprop
engine is the proven
airline benchmark for low fuel consumption on the
shorter routes of 350 miles or less. PW100 powered
airline turboprops consume 25 to 40 per cent less fuel
and produce up to 50 per cent fewer CO2 emissions
than similar-sized regional jets. As a result, many airlines
are renewing their fleets with PW100-powered aircraft.
With a range of 1,800 to over 5,000 shaft horsepower,
the PW100 has demonstrated its versatility in powering
aircraft applications spanning the airlines, coastal
surveillance, fire fighting and cargo transport.

Overview
The PW100 family is the engine of choice for modern 30
to 90 passenger turboprop airliners around the world
thanks to its outstanding reliability, durability and
operating economics. Offering the lowest fuel
consumption and carbon emissions, and incorporating
the latest, proven advanced technologies, PW100
engines have demonstrated they are the greenest in the
airline industry for the shorter routes served by the
regional airlines.
Ranging in power from 1,800 shp to over 5,000 shp,
PW100 engines are available in 38 models, offering
unsurpassed flexibility and capability for a variety of
applications. PW100 engines power aircraft in service

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with 366 operators in 130+ countries. More than 8,000


PW100/150 engines have been produced since the
family entered service in 1984, accumulating more than
160 million+ flying hours. PW100 engines have
demonstrated their versatility in powering aircraft
applications spanning the airlines, coastal surveillance,
fire fighting and cargo transport.
Operators of PW100 engines are supported by P&WC's
industry-leading global customer support. This includes
over 30 P&WC-owned and designated service facilities
around the world, more than 100 field support
representatives on all major continents, a 24/7 Customer
First Centre for rapid expert support, the most advanced
diagnostic capabilities for this market and the largest
pool of P&WC rental and exchange engines in the
industry.

Features
PW100 engines incorporate the latest advanced
technologies in the drive to exceed our customers'
expectations in performance, reliability, durability, fuel
consumption and environmental friendliness. PW100powered regional turboprop aircraft consume 25 to 40
percent less fuel and produce up to 50 percent lower
CO2 emissions than similar sized jets, with
correspondingly lower greenhouse gases. 38 PW100
models have been produced ranging in shaft
horsepower power from 1,800 shp to 5,000 shp. The
PW100 is a three-shaft, two-spool engine. Low pressure
and high pressure compressors are powered
independently by cooled turbine stages. A third shaft
couples the power turbine to the propeller through a
reduction gearbox, optimized to establish the best
combination of engine and propeller efficiencies. The
result is class-leading fuel consumption and low green
house emissions. The latest materials, design
technologies and advanced engine control have enabled
PW100 engines to regularly achieve more than 10,000
hours on-wing without a shop visit, an impressive
dispatch reliability record and provide the pilot and
maintenance crew with easy engine operation and
maintenance.
PW118 to PW127 Models

PW150 Models

Two-spool, two-stage centrifugal


compressors
All rotors integrally bladed
Each driven independently by
low pressure and high pressure
compressor turbines
No variable geometry

Two-spool, four-stage compressor


3-stage axial, single centrifugal,
all rotors integrally bladed
Axial and centrifugal each
driven independently by low
pressure and high pressure
compressor turbines

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Easy electric start no APU


required

No variable geometry
Easy electric start no APU
required

Reverse flow combustor


Low emissions, high stability,
easy starting, durable

Reverse flow combustor


Advanced, effusion cooling
High efficiency and durability,
low emissions and low noise

Single-stage low pressure and


high pressure turbines
Advanced materials and cooling
technology for long life

Single-stage low pressure and


high pressure turbines
Advanced materials and
cooling technology for long life

Two-stage power turbine


Free turbine, shrouded blades

Two-stage power turbine


Free turbine, shrouded blades

Off-set reduction gearbox


Rugged design for high
durability
1,200 to 1,300 rpm output
speed for low propeller noise

Off-set reduction gearbox


Rugged design for high
durability
1,020 rpm output speed for low
propeller noise

Electronic engine control


Ease of operation, reduced
workload
Security of mechanical back-up

FADEC (Full Authority Digital


Engine Control)
Dual channel redundancy
Ease of operation, reduced
workload

Thermodynamic Mechanical
Propeller
Power
Power
Height** Width** Length**
Speed
Class*
Class*
(Inches)
(Inches)
(Inches)
(Max. RPM)

(ESHP***)

(SHP)

PW150
Series

6,200

5,000

1,020

44

30

95

PW127
Series

3,200

2,750

1,200

33

26

84

PW123/124
Series

3,000

2,400

1,200

33

26

84

PW120
Series

2,400

2,100

1,200

31

25

84

PW118
Series

2,180

1,800

1,300

31

25

81

* Powers are approximate values at take-off. Available at sea level,


standard day, static conditions, uninstalled.
** Dimensions are approximate values.
*** Equivalent Shaft Horsepower : includes estimated equivalent
contribution of exhaust thrust.

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