PBS TJ40-G1NS Turbojet Engine

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Our expert technicians at PBS have designed and developed the PBS TJ40-G1 turbojet engine within the small turbojet engine category for small aircraft such as gliders and some larger model aircraft. 


Main  features

  • ‘Plug & Play’ design
  • Salt water recovery
  • Integrated starter-generator
  • Compact design
  • EASA standards
It has an extremely compact design, with all accessories integrated within the engine body (excluding the fuel pump). It is also very a light weight of only 3.6 kg, and a maximum thrust of 425 N. The start-up sequence is advantageously short at less than 25 seconds and there is an easy and rapid kerosene starting system. The PBS TJ40-G1 can restart from the ground as well as in-flight and has unilimited starting position angles.

The PBS TJ40-G1NS small turbojet engine is a single-shaft engine with a one-stage radial compressor, radial and axial diffuser, annular combustion chamber, one-stage axial turbine and outlet nozzle. The output of the generator is 150 W. It is slightly more compact than the TJ40-G2, which is measures just 69 mm longer than the PBS TJ40-G1.

Standard accessories: fuel pump and filter, engine control unit (ECU), connecting cables, fuel hose, data terminal, battery (4s Li-Fe - 2,5 Ah), CAN connector  




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