Special Report: Advances in Filtration Technology for Military Aircraft Applications

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Many of our readers will be familiar with the rigours which military fixed wing and rotorcraft must frequently endure whilst operating in the extremes of environmental conditions. During these operations, the filtration technology designed and built by engineers provides the only line of defence between vital engine systems and the gases, dust and compounds that can contaminate the aircraft. Without the right barriers in place, this can lead to catastrophic results. 

This Special Report investigates how bespoke Inlet Barrier Filters are being implemented to meet all the demands of 21st century defence and aerospace contractors, focusing first on the offerings of Donaldson Aerospace & Defense


With more than a century of proven performance as a leader in the development of advanced filtration systems, Donaldson Aerospace & Defense remains committed to meeting and exceeding the filtration needs of military services and air crews around the world. As the leading provider of filtration solutions for aerospace, defence, industrial, and heavy manufacturing applications, it is helping customers maintain their vital edge by developing new technologies and innovative applications. Among them, Donaldson Aerospace & Defense supplies filtration solutions for the U.S. Army’s helicopter fleets, including the combat-proven Sikorsky H-60. It also is developing new capabilities to better protect the reliability and operation of cutting-edge platforms such as the Sikorsky CH-53K and Bell-Boeing V-22, and legacy workhorses like the Sikorsky S-61, earlier generation CH-53s, and the modernised Boeing MH-47. 

This Report also explores the changing patterns in the marketplace for military helicopters and their filtration technology, and assesses the direction of filtration into the 2020s. From meeting stringent new budgetary constraints to targeting maintenance hours and component lifecycles, customers are undoubtedly become more demanding. In order to stay on top of these developments, we encourage you to download and read your complimentary copy of this Report, today...