Parker Aerospace and GE Aviation have formed a 50:50 joint venture, Advanced Atomization Technologies, to develop and manufacture engine-fuel nozzles for commercial aircraft. The company will be based in the Parker Gas Turbine Fuel Systems Division facility in Clyde, N.Y. The joint venture will marry Parker’s fuel nozzle technology and GE’s advanced TAPS combustion technology, that will reduce engine emissions while increasing fuel efficiency, according to the companies.
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