NWUAV’s NW-230 Heavy-Fuel UAV Engine Granted US State Department Export Approval

Northwest UAV is proud to announce that its newest heavy-fuel UAV engine (NW-230) has received EAR 99 export approval, expanding market reach on a global scale. Export Administration Regulations, commonly known as (EAR), administered by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security, control most US exports of products considered strategically significant. The NW-230 is the next commercially available EAR-99 approved propulsion system in Northwest UAV’s family of engines which also includes the NW-44 and NW-88, meaning it will not require an export license in most situations.

The NW-230 EFI HF engine is designed for 90-160 kg aircraft. It is purpose-built to operate on heavy fuel (JP5/JP8/TS-1/Jet A), which results in higher efficiencies vs. converting or utilizing gas engine components to run on heavy fuel. Additionally, the NW-230 uses combat-proven sub-system components derived from the NW-44 and NW-88 that are in operation (TRL9) on several airframes worldwide. Therefore, the NW-230 is an excellent choice for companies looking for an Aviation Grade, turn-key, cost-effective solution for their aircraft.

About Northwest UAV
As an American company, Northwest UAV is hyper-focused on supporting America’s national defense initiatives and investing in technology that helps their customers and end-users put additional distance between them and the emerging threats in the world. NWUAV continues to engineer the future of unmanned power systems through innovation, delivering unmatched capabilities that address modern challenges and navigate the toughest environments. For over 17 years our experienced team has equipped customers with reliable, cost-effective propulsion solutions – propelling systems to new heights and unlocking new mission sets. Northwest UAV is an AS9100-D/ISO9001-2015 certified, DCAA and NIST CSF compliant operation.

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