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October 24, 2018

Air France choisit ITW GSE!

Recette usine au Danemark avec Air France pour valider le nouveau ITW GSE 2400 180 kVA.
Depuis 1998 Air France a toujours confirmé l’alimentation électrique de ses aéronefs aux convertisseurs AXA Power et aujourd’hui la continuité est assurée avec notre nouvelle denomination ITW GSE 2400.
Cette unité offre l’avantage de pouvoir utiliser le fameux Plug & Play sur chacune des deux sorties du convertisseur. La maschine procure une qualité de tension identique à celle de deux 90 kVA.
Les B787 stationnent aux aires “Hôtel” à Roissy seront alimentés par 4 machines mobiles de 180 kVA.

Air France chooses ITW GSE!
Today, Air France vitnessed a Factory Acceptance Test at the ITW GSE factory in Denmark of the new ITW GSE 2400 180 kVA Ground Power Unit. Since 1998 Air France has always supplied its aircraft with power from AXA Power converters and today continuity is ensured with the same products, but now branded with our new name ITW GSE. This unit offers the advantage of being able to use the famous Plug & Play on each of the two outputs of the converter. The gound power unit provides the same voltage quality as two 90 kVA. The B787 parked in  in Roissy will be powered by 4 mobile GPU’s – each 180 kVA.

 

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