The US Navy has awarded a contract to Marotta Controls to supply more than 350 M-PACT-3000 high-pressure pure air generation systems.

Under the contract, which is worth over $6m, the company will supply M-PACT airborne compression and dehydration technologies.

M-PACT is specifically designed to provide a continuous flow of pure, dry air for the cooling of infrared missiles, thereby contributing to effective missile launch.

In addition, M-PACT reduces fouling or freezing of the infrared seeker, which increases missile efficiency and combat readiness.

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The technology replaces the current nitrogen receiver assembly and is installed in either the LAU-7 or LAU-127 missile launcher on the navy’s F/A-18A/F Super Hornet aircraft.

Marotta is working in collaboration with Boeing to integrate its M-PACT system into the P-8A Poseidon Navy reconnaissance aircraft.