Bombardier Aerospace announced today the completion of another milestone in the execution of its Strategic Technology program for civil aviation and a first in the aerospace industry a non-temperature restricted Bleedless
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) starting test, following a 10-hour cold soak at -40AF and using a starter/generation system and lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery system.
This agreement will reportedly allow Lufthansa Technik's component division to offer a broad portfolio of services for Hamilton Sundstrand components to Boeing 787 customers, including latest technologies like bleedless
systems or liquid cooling components.
Of lesser importance is that the roll be bloomless and bleedless
within the operating temperature of the copy machine.