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ShinMaywa US-1A/US-2

High wing amphibian with four wing mounted turboprop engines.


This page lists the major suppliers to the ShinMaywa US-1A/US-2 aircraft program.

ShinMaywa Industries Ltd. (Aircraft Division)     
Power Systems / Auxiliary Power
Honeywell Aerospace   Analysis    Auxiliary Power Units: RE-220 APU
Light Helicopter Turbine Engine Company -LHTEC   Analysis    Auxiliary Power Units: CTS800 engine to power compressor for boundary layer control (BLC) system
Power Systems / Engines
IHI Corporation HQ   Analysis    Turboprop Engines: T-64-IHI-10J engines, built under license from GE (US-1A)
Rolls-Royce Corporation   Analysis    Turboshaft Engines: AE 2100J engines (US-2)
Power Systems / Rotors & Propellers
GE Aviation (Dowty Propellers)   Analysis    Composite Propellers: R414 six-bladed propellers
Sumitomo Precision Products Co. Ltd.   Analysis    Metal Propellers: Hamilton Sundstrand 63E60-27 three-blade, constant speed reversible pitch propeller

Information on this page is compiled from a variety of sources, and links do not necessarily imply recommendation or confirmation by the airframe manufacturer.

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