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Zdenek Liska
Zdenek Liska
Zdenek Liska
Department of Aircraft Engines
Jet Engine PBS TJ40-G2

Jet Engine PBS TJ40-G2

Main advantages:

  • Compact design - all accessories incorporated in the engine (except for the fuel pump)
  • Excellent thrust-to-weight ratio, low power consumption in the given power category
  • Easy and fast start
  • Repeatable start on the ground and in flight
  • Any engine position during start
  • Shortened start sequence under 25 seconds

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Its advantage is its low weight of 3.8 kg and thrust of 395 N. The PBS TJ40-G2 jet engine is a single-shaft turbine small jet engine with a one-stage radial compressor, radial and axial diffuser, annular combustion chamber, one-stage axial turbine and outlet nozzle. The generator output is 200 W, and with an external converter it is an additional 900 W.

Standard accessories: fuel pump and filter, engine control unit (ECU), connecting cables, fuel hose, data terminal, CAN connector


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Engine parameters

Technical parameters SI units Imperial units
Max. thrust 395 N - 425 N 89 Ibf - 96 lbf
Outer diameter 147 mm  5.79 in
Length 373 mm  14.69 in
Weight 3.8 kg 8.38 lb

Why us?

Ground and In-Flight Restarting

Ground and In-Flight Restarting

The engine's ability to start in any position and short startup sequence of under 25 seconds characterize this small jet engine developed especially for unmanned applications.
Output power of 900 W for the aircraft's needs

Output power of 900 W for the aircraft's needs

The generator output is 200 W, and with an external converter it can deliver another 900 W of power.

Service, spare parts and overhauls of aerospace technology

We provide service of the highest quality for all users of our aerospace technology products.

We have long been working to extend the service life of our products, e.g. by introducing new technologies to produce the most exposed parts. Our turbine-based aircraft equipment regularly receives very good references.