Tara Technologies Corporation, headquartered in Daytona, FL, has been awarded a contract by Honeywell Aerospace to design and manufacture the accumulator employed in the A350 XWB Supplemental Cooling System.
Utilizing Tara Technologies' edge-welded bellows, the accumulator will accommodate expansion and contraction of coolant used to control temperature in the A350 XWB. Scheduled to enter into service in 2013, the A350 XWB is the next-generation mid-size wide body airliner which will be used extensively throughout the world for long-distance, intercontinental flights.
Colm Lanigan, CEO for Tara Technologies states: "Tara is honored to have been selected by Honeywell for this important program. Honeywell is a leader in the aerospace sector and is a valued partner of Tara with a relationship between our organizations that spans almost 40 years. Tara continues to focus on growing our aerospace presence and with our refocused engineering efforts and global manufacturing capability, we continue to make strong in-roads at many customers. We look forward to working with Honeywell on this program to lead the A350 Accumulator development activity."
Tara Technologies has designed, tested and manufactured components and systems used in critical applications for the world's leading manufacturers in the Semiconductor, Aerospace, Military, Energy and Medical markets for over 50 years. Tara is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida, with manufacturing facilities in Florida, California, and Singapore; with sales offices and distribution network across the US and worldwide.
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