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Frank A. Jones
Frank A. Jones
Manager, Business Development
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Frank A. Jones
Frank A. Jones
Manager, Business Development

Turbojet Engines

PBS AEROSPACE has designed and successfully launched a series of high-quality, reliable small turbojet engines, used mainly in UAVs, target drones, other unmanned systems, experimental aircraft, and ultralight helicopters.

PBS AEROSPACE turbojet engines are the world leaders in their category, thanks to their excellent technical parameters and reliability.


- Excellent weight/thrust ratio
- Compact design
- Built-in starter-generator
- Electric starting
- Ground or in-flight restart
- Short starting sequence
- Windmill starting option under 7 sec
- Salt water recovery option
- Customer modifications
- Low fuel consumption
- High electrical power output

PBS TJ150 jet engine was developed for manned and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), target drones and piloted aircraft. Its advantage is its compact design, low weight with a thrust of up to 1,500 N, and low fuel consumption. The generator output is 750 W.

PBS TJ100 is a 4th-GENERATION turbojet engine especially suitable for manned and unmanned vehicles. These engines are also ideal for gliders and light sports and experimental airplanes. 

PBS TJ100P is he versatile PBS TJ100 has a fuel-lubricated engine version of signification PBS TJ100P. It has a lower weight and is used in target drones and various UAVs, which demands high-speed performance.

PBS TJ80 is a small jet engine designed for manned and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and target drones. Its advantage is its low weight of 12.5 kg including accessories, and thrust of 900 N.

PBS TJ80M is a compact turbojet engine that has been designed for unmanned aerial systems. It offers more than 30% higher thrust than the original TJ80 and the diameter (9,25 in) remains the same.

PBS TJ40-G1 has the advantage of having a weight of only 7.16 lb. (3.25 kg)  and a thrust of 88.8 lbf (395 N).

PBS TJ40-G1NS is built with a compact ‘Plug & Play’ design, making it the optimal engine for UAVs, target drones, and other small unmanned aircraft.

PBS TJ40-G2 advantage is its low weight of 3.8 kg and thrust of 395 N. The PBS PBS TJ40-G2 jet engine is a single-shaft turbine jet engine with a one-stage radial compressor, radial and axial diffuser, annular combustion chamber, one-stage axial turbine and outlet nozzle.
The generator output is 200 W, and with an external converter, it is an additional 900 W.