One supplier for all your fuel system needs. Meggitt has decades of experience in designing and manufacturing fuel system components for aircraft and helicopters, civil and military. By combining our extensive product range, we can provide you with a fully integrated system.
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A range of fuel systems for civil and military aerospace:
auxiliary fuel systems
rotorcraft fuel systems
fixed wing fuel systems
We integrate the following components into a complete system which we design, develop, test and certify:
flexible fuel bladders
fuel gauging and management
fuel transfer control valves
pressure refuelling components and interfaces
Systems compliant with FAR 14 CFR 27/29.252; AC 27-1B; AC 29-2C ; Mil-DTL-27422 and FAA-TSOC80
Courtesy: Bell Helicopters
30 years ago, we launched our long-life, lightweight bladder fuel cells based on polyurethane technology. Maintenance-free, with inner liners that do not dry out and become fatally brittle when empty for extended periods, these fuel tanks are flexible and withstand the stresses and strains of take-off and landing. Some of these are still in-service today.
To date we’ve supplied 200,000+ to a wide range of military and civil aircraft. We remain the only manufacturer to have perfected this technology, setting a standard of longevity in the late 1970s that has not been approached – never mind beaten.
Approvals: MIL-DTL-6396/TSO C80.
Flying home safely on a shot tank
Our ballistically-resistant fuel bladders will self-seal in less than two minutes. The wound is sealed using our proprietary treatment which stops fuel leakage almost immediately. This technology provides protection for a wide range of threats, up to 23mm HEI (High Explosive Incendiary).
Before our crashworthy fuel tanks, over 42% of survivable helicopter crashes in the US resulted in deaths from fuel fires.
Today, Meggitt’s crash-resistant, self-sealing fuel tanks have stopped fuel spillage and reduced fire-related death and injury in such crashes to almost zero – that’s one recorded death from a post-crash impact fire since the early 1970s.
Approvals: MIL DTL 27422.
By enhancing our aerospace technologies we have developed fuel bladders for military vehicles that can withstand mine blast without any atomisation of fuel that would otherwise result in a fire. Our self-sealing unit provides protection for a wide range of threats, up to 30mm AP (Armour Piercing)
For the ‘Next Gen’ Ground Combat Vehicles we are currently developing and testing survivable fuel systems to include self-sealing; mine blast-resistance and passive fire suppression.
Complete turn-key solutions
installs and removes easily with quick connect/disconnect hoses
typically floor-rail mounted
typically one-way fuel conveyance to aircraft’s main fuel supply
gravity or Pressurised
typically crash-resistant to commercial or military standards
self-sealing capability to military standards
Our sensor experts design a range of products:
Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR) fluid sensor
Our valve experts design a range of products to control the fuel transfer:
fuel flow and vent valves
break away valves
boost and jet pumps
Almost every US fighter, bomber, tanker and transport aircraft uses our long-life fuel tanks.
Our crash-resistant fuel tanks are on the main and auxiliary systems of virtually all US military helicopters and we have a growing European presence.
At Meggitt, we can provide you with a fuel system that is specifically designed for your application.