TAT to deliver cooling systems to Thales UK
TAT Technologies has been selected by Thales UK to design, develop, supply and maintain a thermal management cooling system for a Thales radar system, the company announced on 18 July.
The radar system will be installed on an intelligence surveillance reconnaissance helicopter, with the delivery of cooling systems to take place over five years. Orders for additional systems may follow.
Igal Zamir, president and CEO, TAT, said: ‘This programme is another example of TAT's innovation and leadership in thermal management systems.
'We are proud to be selected by Thales for this programme as it demonstrates TAT's advanced technologies, capabilities and achievements in the development and design of thermal management solutions for aerospace systems.’
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