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Here are the biggest and baddest technologies produced by GE.
GE Evolution Series locomotives pass through the CSX network day and night, helping to ship 50,000 tons of freight across 21,000 miles of track.
The GEnx is 13% more fuel efficient than its predecessor and also the quietest engine GE has produced.
Getting ready to test jet engines in Winnipeg, Canada.
In Peebles, OH we’re testing jet engines inside this “turbulence control structure”.
Location: Peebles, OH. Mission: Test jet engines.
Up close with the GE Evolution Series locomotive.
Robots added 1 million working hours to our Bromont Aviation facility.
Check out this unique view of our GE90 engine being tested.
Always love for the 90 and never for the NX
Micro tech, major power.
Time for some testing at our jet engine testing facility in Peebles, OH.
The apex of perfection.
Power that will have you hypnotized.
A hive of innovation.
We wouldn’t be able to test our jet engines without this. Do you know what it is?
Ill call peebles in the morning...
The screen prevents turbulent air from effecting data
Our GE90 engine is the largest and most powerful commercial jet engine ever built.
An inside look at innovation.
we need to get a picture of the ball bearings on the number 2 bearing of a GEnx... now those are badass
Ready for liftoff.
The production of power.
Look up to technology.
Durathon batteries by the bunch.
The CF34-8 engine series has logged over 24 million flight-hours.
Do you know what the purpose of the swirl on jet engines is?
Visual cue as a safety precaution for personnel to tell if the fan is spinning
Birds too :)