Двигатель в50м технические характеристики
Мопед FORESTER STREET дисковый тормоз
|Понедельник||09:00 — 17:00|
|Вторник||09:00 — 17:00|
|Среда||09:00 — 17:00|
|Четверг||09:00 — 17:00|
|Пятница||09:00 — 17:00|
|Суббота||10:00 — 15:00|
* Время указано для региона: Россия, Набережные Челны
The Group began its collaboration in Russia in 1990, working with the engine manufacturer UEC Saturn on space propulsion systems. Eleven years later, the two manufacturers founded Smartec, a 70% subsidiary of Safran Aircraft Engines, and launched the development of a new engine, the SaM146, selected by Sukhoi in 2003 for the Sukhoi Superjet 100. The design office is located in two towns, both involved from the start in Russian aeronautics: Moscow and Samara, 1,000 km south-east of the Russian capital. Smartec specializes in studies for and the design of propulsion systems and power generators, including aircraft engines, car transmission systems and rotating machinery, etc.
In 2004, Safran and UEC Saturn created PowerJet to manage the SaM146 program. The engine was commissioned in 2011, and has an outstanding availability rate of 99.9%. Safran and UEC Saturn then created two other businesses at Rybinsk, in which, like PowerJet, they both hold equal shares: VolgAero, in 2005, to produce parts for the SaM146 and CFM56® engines, and Poluevo in 2007, to build and operate the open-air test bench (OATB).
Safran Nacelles is located in the Komsomolsk region and employs 20 people in Russia. The 2,000 m 2 site at Komsomolsk works solely on integrating the nacelle for the Superjet 100 from the Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC).
Safran has supplied CFM56® engines to Russian airlines such as Aeroflot and S7 for over twenty years. The Group also works closely with Russian airlines as a supplier of on-board interfaces for processing flight data.