While many aerospace applications require custom-engineered solutions, Parker Aerospace has a wide variety of solutions that are in production and available with little or no extra development costs and certification or schedule risks. Customers can take advantage of Parker’s century of aviation experience with these highly engineered products that are certified in accordance with the most recent regulatory requirements on a number of in-service aircraft.
The main wheel assemblies are attached to the landing gear and support the tires and weight of the aircraft. Learn more.
The nose wheel assembly is located under the nose of the aircraft and is the third wheel of the landing gear system. The nose wheel design consists of two halves bolted together with a tire attached and ultimately mounted to the nose gear fork. Learn more.
These brushed fuel pumps typically run from a 28 VDC power system and supply pressurized fuel from the main tank(s) directly to an engine or auxiliary power unit (boost function) or move fuel to another fuel tank on the aircraft (transfer function).
Cartridge/canister or in-tank mounted pumps supply fuel to the aircraft engine. Reverse flow through the pump is prevented by check valves. The cartridge/canister design allows removal of the pump cartridge without draining the fuel tank. Learn more.
Cartridge/canister or in-tank mounted pumps supply fuel to the aircraft engine. Reverse flow through the pump is prevented by check valves. The cartridge/canister design allows removal of the pump cartridge without draining the fuel tank.
Parker Aerospace lightning-safe gravity fuel filler caps are used to lock, seal, and act as an identifier for the gravity fill port of an aircraft fuel tank. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace pressure refuel caps are used to lock, seal and vent the pressure refuel port for an aircraft fuel tank. Pressure refueling allows for single-point refueling on larger aircraft. Learn more.
The main engine oil tank incorporates the reservoir, air/oil separator, sight gauge, filler cap, and pressure regulating valve. The reservoir can be made of a stainless steel weldment or aluminum with a fire blanket. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace in-line potable water pump supplies up to six GPM flow at 18 psi. Equipped with EMI filtering, sensor-less control and locked rotor protection software, and discrete output signals for high-current, high-temperature, and rotor rotation Learn more.
Cartridge/canister or in-tank mounted pumps, transferring fuel between tanks. Reverse flow through the pump is prevented by check valves. The cartridge/canister design allows removal of the pump cartridge without draining the fuel tank. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace's wing tank pump is a spar-mounted pump designed to supply fuel to the aircraft engine. The maximum discharge pressure is limited by an internal valve, and reverse flow through the pump is prevented by check valves. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace composite ducting is fitted between the on-board waste collection tank and the ground servicing panel, allowing smooth flow of the tank contents overboard to the ground servicing receptacle. Learn more.
The electric motor-driven pump (EMP) is liquid cooled to increase the efficiency of the motor cooling for aircraft-specific applications, where the flow can be easily adjusted to meet the needs of your application. Learn more.
The unique manufacturing process allows an aluminum, multi-layer construction as thin as 0.080 inch. Single-phase or two-phase cooling is achieved using a wide range of dielectric (e.g. PAO/fluorocarbon) and non-dielectric (e.g. EGW/PGW) fluids. Learn more.
One ATR format system for multiple high-power VPX modules each in excess of 150 watts. Up to four kW of cooling is possible utilizing the single loop fluid system and the Parker-patented macrolaminate construction of the enclosure cold plate side walls. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace pressure-compensated, axial piston engine-driven pumps provide hydraulic power to a variety of aerospace systems. They range in size from 0.03 to 5.5 in³/rev and are capable of operation at system pressures between 1,000 and 8,000 psi. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace offers closed-system, hydraulic fluid storage for today’s leading military and commercial aircraft. These reservoirs range in size from 21.5 to 3,119 cubic inches and operate at system pressures between 3,000 to 5,000 psi. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace gas-charged piston accumulators include a reliable, proven design, and are available in composite wraps to minimize weight and allow for higher pressure. Many options are available, including custom-designed solutions. Learn more.
Parker Aerospace’s medium- and high-pressure PTFE hose assemblies are designed for reliable fuel, oil, and hydraulic fluid conveyance in even the most demanding aerospace systems. Learn more.