Heavy Fuel and Gasoline Engines for Unmanned Aerial Systems

Sky Power Offers Heavy Fuel and Gasoline Engines for Unmanned Aerial Systems

The company develops a variety of one- or two-cyclinder gasoline and Heavy Fuel (HF) engines which can be tailored for military and defense mission requirements according to customer specifications By DA Reporter / 28 Mar 2022

Sky Power, a leading developer of heavy fuel and gasoline engines for Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), has partnered with Defense Advancement to demonstrate its expertise in this field. 

The company’s ‘Platinum’ profile highlights how its engines can be used as direct propulsion, for hybrid solutions, as range extenders, or in generator function for power generation.

The company’s Heavy Fuel (HF) engines are available in one- or two-cylinder models and have been tested under the harshest of conditions to ensure the highest performance and reliability. The engines are also available with patented engine mufflers to further reduce noise levels for military and defense mission requirements. 

All UAS-engines beginning at 55 ccm cylinder displacement will be delivered as a twin-spark version, with independently operating ignitions, which provides quieter running, increased safety and reliability, and redundant operation. Fuel injection options are also available.

Sky Power’s gasoline engines are also available in one- or two-cylinder models. All engines can be fitted with a carburetor, or with an electronic fuel injection system that increases power, reduces fuel consumption and allows better control and regulation of the engine. 

As with the heavy fuel engines, all gasoline engines with a capacity of 55 cc or higher can be delivered as a twin-spark version, with independently operating ignitions.

Sky Power also offers customers a comprehensive Engineering Services catalogue, pertaining to the development of individual propulsion concepts, optimization of existing propulsion structures, and to the integration of propulsion solutions into UAS cassis.

The company offers services such as:

  • Engine break-in testing
  • Endurance and specification testing
  • Overhaul and maintenance
  • Repair
  • Customer-specific service on request

To find out more about Sky Power and its heavy fuel and gasoline engines for unmanned aerial vehicles, please visit the company’s profile page: https://www.defenseadvancement.com/company/skypower/ 

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