Universal Turbine Engine Wash Unit
Originally designed for the T-700 and T-701 engines on Blackhawk, Firehawk, Seahawk and Apache helicopters, the Universal Turbine Engine Wash Unit is utilized to clean both the hot and cold compressor sections on a multitude of both rotary and fixed wing aircraft engines, wash aircraft using the wand(s)/nozzle supplied and apply anti-icing fluid.
Part Number: 21C2438G01
National Stock Number (NSN): 4940-01-185-6215
Alternate Part Number(s): 8906A
Net Weight: 83 lbs (38 kg)Email For More Info
The Universal Turbine Engine Wash Unit is used to clean both the hot and cold compressor sections of gas turbine engines, wash aircraft using the wand(s)/nozzle supplied and apply anti-icing fluid. This versatile turbine engine washing system is utilized for cleaning of turbine engines on virtually any turbine engine powered aircraft or vehicle. The turbine wash kit is currently used by the US Military on General Electric T-700 and T-701 engines used on UH-60, HH-60, AH-60 Blackhawks, S-70 Firehawk, AH-64, AH1, UH-1 and all other variations of Blackhawk and Apache helicopters, TF34-100 engines used on A-10 fixed wing aircraft, T64 engines used on CH-53 helicopters (including the U.S. President's Marine 1 fleet) and the T53-L-13 Lycoming engine used on the UH-1 Huey helicopter, among others. This turbine engine washing system may be operated on 115 volt alternating current from 50 to 400 Hz. or 28 volt direct current, as required. Due to its light weight, compact size, quiet operation and ability to operate off of either a typical 115 volt power supply or the aircraft's AC or DC power supplies, this highly adaptable and lightweight turbine compressor wash unit can be taken "on the road" and is especially useful for those instances where complete independence from an outside power source is necessitated. At approximately half the cost and a quarter of the weight of comparable diesel driven systems, the Universal Turbine Engine Wash Unit is the perfect fit for today's cost conscious military/aerospace user.
- Operating Voltages - 115 Volts AC 50 to 400 Hz. or 24-32 Volts DC.
- Flow rate - 2.5 - 3 GPM. (9.4 to 11.3 l/m).
- Operating Pressure (adjustable) - 25-95 PSI (2.11-5.62 Kg/cm2).
- Horsepower - 0.50
- A 25 ft. electrical cord is provided for connection to 115V AC power source. A 60-400 Hz adapter is available for connection to aircraft power supplies.
- An MS3506 electrical receptacle is provided for connection to a 28 volt DC power source.
- A screened 10 ft. inlet hose and 25 ft. discharge hose with quick disconnect coupling are provided with the unit.
- Hot section wash tee assembly and engine specific cleaning nozzles available for T-700 & T-701 turbine engines.
- Two each, three foot long extension wands are provided with the unit. Included with the wands are a quick disconnect coupling for connection to the discharge hose, a union to combine both wands together and a spray nozzle for use with general washing and de-icing operations.
- Two each safety pressure cutoff switches are provided with unit
- one low pressure, one high pressure.
- An adjustable pressure relief valve is provided to regulate fluid pressure and prevent over-pressurization of the Wash Unit or aircraft engine.
- The unit is operated locally by pushbuttons located on the top cover, or, remotely by pushbuttons on the end of the discharge hose.
- A handle is provided to move the unit about and to serve as a storage reel for the hoses and electrical cord. The handle telescopes to minimize storage space.
- The unit is finished per MIL-STD-808. Polyurethane topcoat per MIL-C-46168 or MIL-DTL-53039C.
- Net Weight: 83 lbs (38 kg)