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India’s first micro turbo jet engine launched

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City-based Raghu Vamsi Machine Tools (RVMT) Pvt Ltd, a leading player in the aerospace and Defence industry, on Monday launched its fully indigenous micro turbojet engine ‘INDRA RV25: 240N’ in the presence of Dr G Satheesh Reddy, president, Aeronautical Society of India and former Scientific Advisor to Defence Ministry and former Chairman, DRDO.
Dr Reddy also witnessed the live testing of the engine at RVMT Hyderabad facility and formally inaugurated the assembly and test lab.
The development and launch of indigenously developed micro turbojet engine, a first of its kind in India, signifies a remarkable achievement for India’s s aerospace sector and underscores companies’ capability to design, manufacture and deploy cutting-edge aerospace and defense technologies on a global scale, a press release said.
The key highlights of the fully indigenous micro turbojet engine “INDRA RV25: 240N” include indigenous design and engineered entirely in India by RVMT team of skilled engineers and supported by IIT, Hyderabad, which is a great demonstration of the potential of Industry-Academia partnership.
The turbojet also reflects self-reliance and autonomy because it reduces reliance on imported technologies, components, and expertise. The Micro Turbojet Engine contributes to India’s goal of achieving self-sufficiency in critical sectors, bolstering national security and economic resilience, the company said.
Vamsi Vikas, MD, RVMT, said, “We are proud to unveil our fully indigenous Micro Turbojet Engine, a testament of India’s ingenuity and determination to become a global hub for aerospace innovation. This achievement reaffirms our commitment to supporting the Atmanirbhar Bharat and ‘Make in India’ initiatives, driving growth and prosperity for our nation.”

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