T64

T64

The T64, a turboshaft engine with a maximum power of 3,229 kW (T64-100) for applications on medium-size transport helicopters, such as the Sikorsky CH-53, was built between 1968 and 1975 in cooperation with GE and Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz (KHD). MTU’s role in this engine was chiefly assembly and acceptance test work at its Munich location. In all, 247 T64 engines were delivered.

Today, MTU provides repair and maintenance services for the T64. In 2014, the comprehensive modification program to upgrade the T64-7 to the more powerful -100 standard was completed.

Facts

  • Single-shaft
  • 14th stage HPC
  • variable IGV + Stage 1-4
  • annular combustion chamber
  • two stage GG-Turbine
  • two stage Free-Turbine

Production

  • High-pressure turbine
  • High-pressure compressor
  • Combustion chamber
  • Gearbox

MTU production share

  • 30 %

Support

  • Maintenance at MTU Aero Engines in Munich
  • Technical-logistic support

Partners

  • GE

Application

  • Sikorsky CH-53G, GS, GA

Technical Data

Max. rating4330 shp
Continuous power3810 shp
Pressure ratio14:1
Length79 in
Max. diameter20 in
Weight721 lbs