EUROJET Turbo GmbH is the leading European military aerospace engine consortium responsible for management of the development, production, maintenance, support and sales of the new generation EJ200 powerplant. The shareholders of EUROJET are Avio (Italy), ITP (Spain), MTU Aero Engines (Germany) and Rolls-Royce (UK). The company’s headquarters are located in Hallbergmoos (near Munich).
EJ200 Technical Data
›› 20.000 lbf (90 kN) with reheat
›› 13.500 lbf (60 kN) without reheat
›› Eurofighter Typhoon
›› Bypass ratio: 0.4:1
›› Pressure ratio: 26:1
›› Compressor stages: 3 LP, 5 HP
›› Combustion system: Annular Airspray
›› Turbine stages: 1 HP, 1 LP
›› Basic engine weight: ca. 1000 kg
Project Organization and Workshare
|Rolls Royce||33 %||34,5 %|
|MTU||33 %||30,0 %|
|AVIQ||21 %||19,5 %|
|ITP||13 %||16,0 %|
The EJ200 engine combines the leading technologies from each of the four European companies. Like the aircraft, the engine is assembled in four assembly lines, one in each of the partner nations. The workshare reflects thenumber of aircraft and the associated number of engines ordered by the respective partner nations.
›› Power for multi-role capability
›› Highest operational availability
Low cost of ownership
›› Low fuel consumption
EJ200 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Eurofighter is already the world‘s bestselling new generation multi-role combat aircraft with more than 638 aircraft and 1400 engines under contract to f ive nations.
Austria leads the way as the first export customer.
EJ200 ENGINE FOR OTHER APPLICATIONS e.g.
›› Twin and single engine f ighter and trainer aircraft
All engine conf igurations offered with multi-role ratings and optional thrust vectoring.