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Plessey Aerospace

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Part of Plessey Co

1974. Plessey Aerospace, Abbey Works, Titchfield, Hants. Divisional managing director— S. S. Hall; director and general manager (worldwide)— W. D. Gilligan. General manager— C. F. Cooper. Electrical equipment: engine control systems, ancillary equipment, vibration monitors and life recorders; electrical generating systems, power supplies, lighting, transformer rectifier units, inverters, contactors, circuit-breakers, relays, motors and actuators; aircraft warning systems. Mechanical systems and equipment: engine fuel control and starting systems, gas turbine starters, EPUs and APUs, IPN power packs, high and low pressure pumps, turbo pumps, aircraft fuel systems, ram-air systems, Plessiflex metallic flexible hose, bellows, gimbal joints, ducting. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. FLIGHT International, 29 August 1974