Environmental Control Systems

BNA has the experience and capability of design, development, certification, production and after sales support on Environmental Control Systems.

As a result of the developing technologies in the aviation sector, there has been a great increase in aircraft flight altitudes over the years. Today's civilian aircraft have a maximum altitude of 40,000 ft (13,000 m) and military aircraft have a maximum altitude of 65,000 ft (20,000 m). The air temperature, pressure and density in this condition are not suitable for maintaining a healthy life. For this reason, this air should be pressurized to the ideal ambient temperature.

The Environmental Control System takes outside air and performs various operations to provide crew and passenger air requirements, as well as functions such as cabin pressure balancing, thermal control, avionics cooling, humidity control, and other critical controls.