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Honeywell green aviation fuel provides power for the first biofuel transatlantic test flight

using Honeywell green aviation fuel can reduce 5.5 metric tons of net carbon dioxide emissions

Green aviation fuel has been preliminarily approved by ASTM, which is a step closer to commercial application

Honeywell biofuels and aviation technology can reduce flight costs, improve profits and reduce carbon emissions

Shanghai, China, On June 22, 2011, Honeywell (NYSE: HON) recently announced that its green aviation fuel has successfully provided power for the first transatlantic test flight using biofuels, and the aircraft has landed at Paris Bouguer airport on June 18

the Gulfstream G450 operated by Honeywell became the first aircraft to fly from North America to Europe using a 50:50 mixture of Honeywell green aviation fuel and petroleum aviation fuel (to power a Rolls Royce engine on the aircraft). This is also the first business jet using biofuels

the biofuel used in this flight is shepherd's purse, a special energy crop that can be planted in rotation with wheat. Therefore, there is no competition in the food chain. It can also grow on marginal land. The raw materials for this flight were planted and harvested by sustainable oils, a US based shepherd's purse technology manufacturer

the plane took off from Morris, New Jersey, and arrived in Paris, France, about seven hours later. The plane followed Charles Lindbergh's famous route of flying across the Atlantic for the first time. For more information about Honeywell's test flight and its route, please visit:

according to the life cycle analysis, compared with using petroleum fuel, using Honeywell green aviation fuel for the same aircraft can reduce the net carbon dioxide emission by about 5.5 metric tons

Jim rekoske, vice president of Honeywell UOP and general manager of renewable energy and chemicals department, pointed out that from the first biofuel test flight across the Atlantic and more than a dozen other commercial and military flight tests so far, Honeywell green aviation fuel is sufficient to meet the stringent requirements of aviation applications. Honeywell green aviation fuel has been preliminarily approved by the American Society for testing and materials (ASTM). We are one step closer to commercial application, which helps the aviation industry reduce carbon emissions and dependence on crude oil

pres Henne, senior vice president of process, engineering and testing of Gulfstream, pointed out that Gulfstream is committed to achieving the ambitious goal of emission reduction in the commercial aviation industry. These targets include the carbon neutralization improvement target in 2020 and a 50% reduction in total carbon emissions by 2050 (compared with 2005). In order to ensure the realization of these plans, we maintain close cooperation with engine manufacturers and other innovative enterprises such as Honeywell. We are very proud to participate in this historic demonstration flight

develop new fuel sources, reduce aviation emissions

fuel price fluctuations and increasingly stringent restrictions on aviation emissions regulations have stimulated the demand for alternative fuel sources. Honeywell green aviation fuel is a renewable fuel, which can meet all flight indicators without any modification to the aircraft or engine

Honeywell has used shepherd's purse, jatropha, seaweed and other non edible renewable raw materials to produce more than 700000 gallons of Honeywell green aviation fuel for flight tests. In the 16 biofuel test flights conducted so far, each has proved that Honeywell green aviation fuel can meet all flight indicators without any modification to the aircraft or engine

the green aviation fuel production process was developed in 2007 under a contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to produce renewable aviation fuel. The conventional hydrotreating technology used by refineries to produce transportation fuels is the basis of this process. The aviation biofuel produced by this process can be perfectly mixed with petroleum fuel

sustainable the above is what parts of the fatigue testing machine need to be maintained and the characteristics of the equipment shared by our technicians. Tom Todaro, CEO of oils, pointed out that the production of renewable aviation fuel with shepherd's purse blue as raw material has exceeded 500000 gallons, which has been tested the most among all raw materials, and has been proved on more types of engines and aircraft. This is the only widely used renewable raw material on the market today. We are very proud to cooperate with Honeywell to complete this historic flight activity

reduce the operating costs of airlines and operators and reduce carbon emissions

in addition to biofuels, Honeywell also provides a series of technologies to help how to do if the reading of the tension tester is not accurate. It helps airlines' metal air batteries have the advantages of high energy density, low price, rich resources, green pollution-free, long discharge life, safety and environmental protection, and reduce fuel costs (the main single operating cost of airlines)

Carl Esposito, vice president of strategy and product management of Honeywell Aerospace Group, pointed out that reducing operating costs and carbon emissions has become very urgent. From advanced avionics equipment to sustainable biofuels and energy-efficient jet engines, Honeywell is now meeting these needs through innovation. Honeywell Primus epic navigation and safety technology embedded in the planeview cockpit of the Gulf stream can help aircraft choose the most fuel-efficient and direct route from Morris Town

Honeywell technology is also committed to the modernization of air traffic around the world, making flight safer, more fuel-efficient, and reducing emissions. Honeywell's air traffic management technology and flight management system (FMS) can also help shorten flight time, improve flight efficiency and safety through precise navigation and landing system. In addition, it can also shorten the time of delay at the airport and reduce carbon emissions

Honeywell's latest certified upgraded traffic collision avoidance system (TCAS) solution and smarttraffic can significantly reduce the operating costs of airlines. Smarttraffic integrates tail control (ITP), so that the aircraft can get closer and land more efficiently when flying, without sacrificing safety. Only changing the route can save up to $100000 per aircraft per year

in addition, Honeywell also assisted in the development of the next generation air traffic management system using GPS satellites (rather than radar)

Honeywell International () is a diversified, high-tech advanced manufacturing enterprise, one of the fortune 100. Globally, its business involves aviation products and services, building, home and industrial control technology, automotive products, turbochargers and special materials. Honeywell's history in China can be traced back to 1935. At that time, Honeywell opened its first Distribution Agency in Shanghai. At present, Honeywell's four business groups have all settled in China, and the Asia Pacific headquarters of all its business departments have also been moved to China, with many branches and joint ventures in 20 cities in China. Honeywell has more than 11000 employees in China. For more company information, please visit Honeywell

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