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Triumph selected for water tank systems on A321XLR
Friday, 21 August 2020
Diehl Aviation has turned to near neighbours Triumph for mechanical controls. Airbus appointed Diehl to provide potable water and water waste systems for its extra-long-range model earlier this year.

Triumph Systems & Support has been awarded a contract from Diehl Aviation for the supply of mechanical controls for the Airbus A321XLR. The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) award includes the service panel lever and cable controls for the waste-water tank on the aircraft.

"This win underscores the successful program and delivery performance we have provided to Diehl Aviation over the years. We are pleased to continue our partnership with two key products on the A321XLR," says Ian Reason, President of Triumph Systems & Support – Mechanical Solutions. "This agreement is evidence that Triumph offers competitive mechanical control solutions for the civil aviation market, which are backed by strong technical expertise and close collaboration with the customer."

The proximity of Triumph's German facilities where work will be performed near Diehl Aviation in Dresden, Germany provides an added benefit. First serial production will commence in 2023. Triumph is a long-standing supplier of mechanical control products to Diehl Aviation supporting both their sanitary and freshwater systems.

Contact details from our directory:
Triumph Integrated Systems - Mechanical Solutions - Heiligenhaus Control Cable, Electromechanical Assemblies, Mechanical Actuators, Push-Pull Control Assemblies
Diehl Aviation GmbH Aircraft Interior Bulkheads, Lavatory Equipment, Waste Water Systems, Water Systems
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Airbus A320
Related directory sectors:
Non-Mechanical Components
Environmental Systems