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741PE - Mi-17

TYPE: Helicopter
DESCRIPTION: Helicopter Mi-17 range
PRICE: According to Model and Equipment
PACKING: As is, Where is


Mi-17 HELICOPTER RANGE


 

GENERAL

The Mi-17 Helicopter is a twin turbine single rotor helicopter with anti-torque rotor. The fuselage is semi-monocoque, constructed primarily of aluminum alloys. Large rear ramp door and sliding door on port side increase internal loading options. Cowlings are provided on the upper part of the aircraft and when opened form a maintenance work platform. Emergency exits are provided through cockpit sliding doors, cockpit hatch, the windows in the cabin, rear cabin hatch and cabin door. The rotor drive system consists of the main gearbox, tail rotor drive shaft, intermediate and tail rotor gearboxes, blower drive shaft and the main rotor brake. The Mi-17 has a hydro-mechanical flight control system with dual redundant hydraulic supply. Engines are provided with a self-contained oil system and are started pneumatically using bleed air from the on-board auxiliary power unit.

 

 

The fuel system includes one service and two external fuel tanks. The pneumatic power system is used for braking the main landing. To protect against icing, the main rotor, tail rotor, two windshield panels in the pilots cabin, along with the dust-protection and engines intake are provided with anti-icers. The Mi-17 fire extinguishing system is used to detect fire sources and to put them out. The heating and ventilation systems ensure warm or cold air supply to the helicopter's cabins and provide normal temperature conditions. Oxygen equipment installed in the helicopter supplies oxygen to the crew members during high altitude flights.

 


 

The electrical system is powered by two AC independent driven generators. APU-driven generator provides emergency electrical power and power for ground maintenance. The battery provides ignition for starting the APU and limited power for lighting and radio use when the engines and APU are not operating. The Mi-17 is equipped with complete instrumentation for all weather conditions (IFR and VFR) by day and night via its integrated flight and navigation system, automatic flight control system, radio communication and navigation equipment, and flight data recorder system.

 

Options

To extend the helicopter’s features "Kazan Helicopters" provides of the Mi-17 series constant modification. Since 1999 have been put in the serial production the helicopters mechanized rear cargo-ramp door. The standard port side door have been widened from 0.83 m to 1.25 m and a starboard door also installed. The following optional equipment may be installed.

 

 


 

Emergency Flotation System to ensure flight safety over the sea, with inflation of the balloons in less than 5 seconds enabling a minimum 30 minutes floating time. Increased endurance of the helicopter up to 1630 km via installation of up to four ferry tanks. A dust-protection unit to protect the engines against sand and dust. Vibration dampers to reduce levels of vibration. Skis for landing on soft surfaces. An external load cargo hook for lifting up to 4500 Kg External or internal rescue hoists with 150 or 300 Kg capacity. A searchlight provides illumination for air to ground operations at night. Color weather radar can be installed.





The cockpit can be adapted for night vision goggles Thermal imaging system (FLIR) may be installed. Alternative advanced glass cockpit instruments, navigation and communications equipment.

 

       

 

 

 

FLYING HOSPITAL

The purpose of the "Flying Hospital" helicopter is to provide a wide range of medical treatment at the remote areas by way of either a field base or via facilities on-board the helicopter, which may also be used to transport trained rescue and emergency medical staff and injured person/s to and from the place of accident. The medical facilities installed in the "Flying Hospital" helicopter include three compartments with separate functions. In the forward compartment four stretchers are placed for transportation of injured persons. Removal of these stretchers allows for accommodation of eight sitting passengers (rescuers, medical personnel, evacuated injured etc.). The medical equipment provides continuous life support services for patients (including oxygen, air, vacuum, ventilation, patient monitoring, and defibrillation).



 



 

The middle compartment is intended for surgical operations and contains an operation table, shadow-less lamps, and equipment for administering anesthetics, resuscitation, and diagnostic procedures. The medical team is able to work in comfortable conditions. The rear compartment houses the power supply units, and systems for medical gases including oxygen and nitrous oxide, along with other auxiliary units. The rear door enables loading/unloading of patients on stretchers, and equipment is installed for easy moving and lifting of injured persons. Use of special materials for walls and floor permits fast and effective disinfecting of the “Flying Hospital”. The level of medical-diagnostic equipment enables objective short-term assessment of the patients’ condition. In accordance with Customer's requirements, we are able to provide modification of the “Flying Hospital” helicopter with various other types of medical and rescue equipment.
   

VIP

The VIP-transport configured Mi-172 represents the highest level of safety, comfort and functionality.

The cabin is large in size and ideally suited for ‘wide-body’ executive seating arrangements.
Interiors with seating for 7-15 passengers are available, with specific selection of seating, fabrics, colors , additional equipment and other details agreed in accordance with customer requirements.

All helicopters are tailored to individual order.

The cabin dimensions, in addition to the passenger compartment with armchairs and sofas, allows for installation of a vestibule, cloakroom, lavatory, kitchen (with refrigerator and bar), security and special staff compartment, service room, and luggage/storage closet.

The Helicopter can be equipped with video and audio sets, satellite and special communication systems, additional power unit for on ground electricity supply, air conditioning and further options at the customer's request.

 

 

PASSENGER

The wide Mi-172 cabin and its 1.8 m headroom allows spacious seating of passengers two-abreast on either side of the centre aisle, with total capacity for 26 passengers. Low noise and vibration levels combined with an internal climate control system provides comfortable flying condition. The cabin which is configured like an airliner provides the possibility for baggage shelves, coat storage, luggage compartment and lavatory installation. Portside and rear air-stair doors provide convenience of entry and exit.

       

 

SPECIAL OPERATION & SAR

The Mi-17 Helicopter possesses the key attributes necessary for Search & Rescue missions, as well as a wide variety of other special operations.

Equipment for such missions includes: external rescue hoist with 150 kg lifting capacity; internal rescue hoist (300 kg); universal lifting seat and basket; unique stretcher system and emergency medical kit; searchlight; FLIR system; static line parachuting equipment; abseiling device; individual electronics equipment tailored for specific mission requirements.

Because of the helicopter’s special load capacity and adaptability to accept additional special equipment, it is easily modified for a wide range of special operations missions.

The large cabin space provides adequate facilities for both necessary personnel and requisite electronic and other equipment.

The versatility of the aircraft is further enhanced by installation of additional fuel tanks to increase the operating radius for missions well beyond the range offered by the main fuel tanks.

 

MEDEVAC

The flight characteristics and design features of the Mi-17 Helicopter make it a particularly effective medical evacuation (Medevac ) helicopter. Mi-17 troop seats are easily removed and replaced by up to four triple-layer stretcher kits (up to 12 stretchers) with possibility for combined transportation of patients in stretchers and in seats (up to 20 patients - 3 stretchers and 17 seats). Rear door provide easy loading of stretchers. The helicopter is supplied with a table and seat for a medical orderly, with special detachable medical equipment installed, including oxygen equipment. A tremendous advantage of the Mi-17 in the Medevac role is the width and height (2.34m x 1.80m) of its cabin, which allows medical personnel sufficient space to readily administer medical treatment to patients.

 

 

FIRE FIGHTING


The Mi-17 Helicopter has many features which are advantageous for fire fighting operations (by either water of special chemicals) in areas inaccessible to alternative fire fighting methods.

Extinguishing of fire is carried out via means of an underslung "BAMBY BUCKET" device of up to 5000 litre capacity, with filling/refilling from an open water source (river, lake, reservoir etc.) at least 1.2 m deep in 2 or 4 seconds and a water dropping time of up to 20 seconds.

The Bambi Bucket may be transported in the cargo cabin of the helicopter.

Fire fighting missions and capability may also be enhanced by usage of: external rescue hoist with 150 kg lifting capacity; internal rescue hoist with 300 kg lifting capacity; universal lifting seat and basket; installation of stretchers and emergency medical kit; abseiling device to drop off firemen into specific areas to fight the fires.

Extinguishing of fires by an internal water tank installed in the cargo cabin is also possible.

In addition the helicopter can carry up to 24 firemen.

                                    
 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MILITARY TRANSPORT

The Mi-17 Helicopter can be configured to provide significant firepower capability. When equipped with the armament pylons, the Mi-17 can carry a wide range of guns, guided and unguided missiles, and a variety of bombs up to 500 kg. Machine-guns are situated in flexible mounts in the cockpit and at the rear door. Cabin windows are equipped with eight gun-pivot units to enable troopers to fire from the helicopter during flight. The armament pylons can carry four containers with twin 23 mm gun, grenade launcher, and mine dispenser. The rocket launchers consist of four units, each equipped with twenty 80 mm unguided rockets. The firing results are registered by photo control device. Armour protection from small arms fire is provided for the cockpit, the pilots’ seats, the gunners’ floor, the hydraulic unit. The main gearbox and engine integrated electronic counter measure systems (ECM) comprise flare dispensers, omni-directional infrared jammer and engine exhaust suppressers. In addition to the existing features of the Mi-17, a high level of safety on the battlefield is also ensured by the dual hydraulic system; self-sealing fuel tanks; polyurethane foam filled fuel tanks.

 

TRANSPORT

The Mi-17 is configured for both internal and external cargo loads.

The cabin is 23 cubic meters in volume (813 cu. ft.), and with large rear clam-shell and sliding side doors the helicopter is ideally suited for various loads including internal vehicle transportation and extra-length cargo with partially open or removed rear doors.

Oversized freight may be carried as under slung loads via the external hook with 5,000 kg capacity. The helicopter may be equipped with hoists for mechanized loading/unloading operations of 150 to 300 kg.

Special floor covers are available for transportation of hard and heavy cargo.

Transport of 24 (basic configuration) or 36 troopers (high density configuration) is possible.

 

 


 

MI-17P

 

 

Description Part number Serial number Production date Last overhaul date Number of overhauls  Hours Notes
TTSN TSLO
Helicopter Mi-17П 150П04 01.02.1990 г. январь 2015 г. 1 486 0 2000/8
  ТВ3-117ВМ 7087884900189 13/12/1989 г. 21/11/2012 г. 1 486 0 1500/10
Engines
  ТВ3-117ВМ 7087884900180 14/12/1989 г. 16/11/2012 г. 1 486 0 1500/10
 
Gearbox ВР-14 1040144903425 15/11/1989 г. 02/08/2013 г. 1 975 0 1000/8
8А-1515-000 Л93091048 23/10/1989 г. 12/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 2000/8
246-1517-000 Л9307142 23/08/1989 г. 12/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 2000/8
Swashpalte 8-1950-000 Л9411088 23/11/1989 г. 04/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 1500/8
Hub Main rotor 8-1930-000 ser.2 94879 21/11/1989 г. 12/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 1500/7
Tail rotor 246-3904-000 МХ-9010386 06/10/1989 г. 04/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 1000/7
Blades Main rotor 8АТ-2710-00   18/11/2013 г.     0 0 2000/7
Tail rotor 246-3925-00   20/03/2013 г.     0 0 1000/7
Fan unit 8А-6311-00 ОВ21904395 03/07/1989 г. 04/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 1500
Shaft 8А-6314-00 810672Р 17/10/1988 г. 11/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 1500/8
Tail rotor drive shaft 8А-1516-000 Л9411133 29/11/1989 г. 12/06/2013 г. 1 486 0 2000/8
APU АИ-9В 2250922200165 23/06/1992 г. 29/04/2009 г. 2 287/1865/3809 0 100/600/1000

 

 

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