Parker Showcases New Fuel Technologies

AINalerts » October 22, 2009
October 22, 2009, 9:58 AM

Parker Hannifin’s Parker Aerospace division is exhibiting new fuel tank and engine nozzle technologies at this year’s NBAA show, as well as flight control, hydraulic, water and waste-system components that it manufactures for a variety of OEMs. Parker’s fuel-filtration and water-coalescing system eliminates water as it is uploaded in the fuel tanks, uniting the water molecules and removing them. Parker’s Macrospray fuel nozzles are designed to lower engine emissions. Visitors can view an animation of fuel atomization at Booth No. 4829. Parker also has a display that showcases the significance of business aviation and its contribution to the overall economy, including a video highlighting the company’s own use of business aircraft, with interviews of Parker Hannifin executives and the company’s chief pilot.

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