United Flexible at the forefront of the Next Gen AETP with Pratt & Whitney

22 February 18

When Pratt & Whitney was selected by the USAF to receive more than a one billion dollar award for the sixth generation Adaptive Engine Transition Program, United Flexible Engineering design teams have been able to provide their experience in advice and consistent design protocols to the evolving designs of their client.

United Flexible’s Aero Engine Engineering Teams based at their Center of Excellence, “Kreisler Manufacturing”, in Elmwood Park, NJ have decades of experience in both civilian and military programs with P&W with aerospace tube assemblies. The demand for high performance and greater fuel efficiency in the new 45,000lb thrust-class has spurred continuing advances in propulsion designs that incorporate new technologies but from familiar supportive teams as the client moves from concepts, to prototypes, to production support. United Flexible is there.


About United Flexible

Headquartered in Romeoville, Illinois, United Flexible is a global leader in the design, development, manufacture and support of performance critical engineered solutions for the transfer of fluids and gases in extreme environments.  The Company is a proactive partner to OEMs operating in several attractive end-markets including aerospace/defense, satellite, power generation, semiconductor, oil/gas, and transportation.  United Flexible has strategically located centers of excellence in Europe and the USA.

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