Three main types of engines assembled in Rzeszow are:
APS2300/2600 for Embraer E170/175/190/195, Mitsubishi 90 (MJR), COMAC ARJZ1, Embraer EII 175/190/ 195; it supplies both compressed air and electricity to the aircraft. P&W AeroPower is the only APU manufacturer for this aircraft family.
APS 2300 in Embraer ERJ 170/175/190
|Weight Netto||104 kg (230 lb)|
|Electrical Power||1 x 40 KVA|
|Fuel Consumption||132 kg/h (292 pph)|
|Pneumatic Power||88 kg/min (195 lb/min)|
APS3200/3240 for Airbus 318/319/320/321, Airbus 320 Neo, Airbus 321 Neo, Airbus A400M, Embraer KC390, Boeing Mercury E6B; it supplies both compressed air and electricity to the aircraft. In the narrow-body aircraft market, these engines are one of the two options of choice for Airbus.
APS 3200 for Airbus A320/A320 Neo
|Weight Netto||145 kg (320 lb)|
|Electrical Power||1 x 90 kVA|
|Fuel Consumption||142 kg/h (313 pph)|
|Pneumatic Power||80 kg/min (176 lb/min)|
APS5000 for Boeing 787 Dreamliner; it only supplies electricity to the aircraft.
The pioneer technology used in Boeing 787 is based on the philosophy of maximum utilisation of electric power systems (in lieu of the pneumatic and hydraulic ones) to power an aircraft. As a result, the electricity demand of that aircraft is very high – 1.5 MW. P&W AeroPower is the only APU manufacturer for B787 Dreamliner.
APS 5000 for Boeing 787 Dreamliner
|Weight Netto||279 kg (616 lb)|
|Electrical Power||2 x 225 kVA|
|Fuel Consumption||227 kg/h (501 pph)|