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KAMOV KA226

 

 

TYPE:

Helicopter

DESCRIPTION:

Kamov KA226

PRICE:

Upon Request

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kamov ka226

 

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The Kamov Ka-226T

 

The Ka-226 is a versatile machine which can be adapted to multiple uses including Air Ambulance, police, fire fighting and search and rescue applications and is used by the Moscow City government in these various roles.

A Snapshot of the Kamov Ka-226T
The multipurpose helicopter Ka-226 is certified by the Aviation Register of Interstate Aviation Committee in compliance with the FAR-29 requirements and has a Type Certificate N2 ST-225 Ka-226. The helicopter can be operated under day visual flight rules, outside icing conditions, in the category A.

The use of Ka-226 coaxial rotor and the original layout of the fuselage give it significant advantages in capacity, simplicity and ease of piloting. Lack of mutual influence of channels control helicopters equipped with large LCD cockpit display, low rise boot pilot in flight and, consequently, increase flight safety.

As compared with the helicopters of a traditional single main rotor/tail rotor configuration, the Ka-226 helicopter has a number of advantages due to its coaxial configuration and specific layout:

1. The lack of tail rotor ensures increased load lifting capacity, higher OGE hover ceiling and ability to fly at the altitude of 5000 m (16393 ft) due to higher efficiency of helicopter coaxial configuration and smaller (10-15%) power loss of power plant due to lack of rudder screws.

2. Absence of interaction between individual helicopter control channels makes the piloting easier and simpler.

3. Small size (diameter of the rotor is 13 meters), the powerful and reliable power plant of two engines which can be used to service offshore oil platforms, ships, unprepared to limited areas and in the cramped conditions of the modern city;

4. The helicopter can land and takeoff from unprepared sites including sites overgrown with shrubs.

5. The absence of tail rotor eliminates the personnel injuries when the helicopter is on the ground.

Distinctive feature of the Ka-226 is a modular design of fuselage, which ensures its multi- functionality, depending on the application of unified quick-modules, equipped with a variety of target hardware. Installation / removing of the module can be implemented by only 2 people in 2-3 hours.

The helicopter is equipped with two powerful and reliable engines of Rolls-Royce model 250- S20R / 2. Currently around the world in helicopters are more than 18000 engines of this family. Total time on the park model 250 engines exceeded 110 mlh flight hours. Maintenance and repair of engines is carried in more than 25 technical centers Rolls Royce in many countries.

 

Design Features:

Baseline Configuration:
Airframe:
 Fuselage with tail section Chassis

Freight Cargo Module:
 (Transportation cab)

Powerplant:
 Two engines are Rolls-Royce Model 250-C20R / 2
 Main Gear Box WR-226
 Fuel System Oil system
 The cooling system of power plant
 Drainage system engines
 Engine fire protection system
 Fire warning system

Rotor System:
 Coaxial rotor Set of upper rotor blades (3 blades)
 Set of lower rotor blades (3 blades)

General Equipment
 Helicopter control system
 Hydraulic system (normal operating pressure 80 bar. (81 bar))
 Pneumatics system (normal operating pressure of 50 atm. (50.7 bar))
 Lighting equipment
 The system of heating and ventilation of the cabin crew and the cargo transport unit six folding seats in the cargo transport unit
 Wiper
 System to generate DC:
o Primary system
o Emergency system
 AC System:
o Primary system
o Secondary system
o Emergency system
Variants:

Transportation:
 Transportation Crews
 Freight transport inside the cabin and on
 Optional modules and equipment include: Freight Module, The system of external cargo suspension, Mooring equipment securing cargo in the module, Folding seats

Search & Rescue:
 Search affected
 Delivery rescuers with necessary equipment to target
 Evacuation
 Optional modules and equipment include: Freight Module, Loader with a special tool set, Spot Light, Rescue winch, External cargo suspension system, Equipment landing Rescue, Stretcher

Medical:
 Transport of Medical Staff
 Evacuation of casualties (patients) to the place of care, including the implementation of resuscitation on board the helicopter.
 Optional modules and equipment include: Medical module with special equipment, Rescue winch

Patrol:
 Air Patrol -Transportation Crews
 Dropping special groups
 Optional modules and equipment include: Freight Module, Onboard complex monitoring, Spot Light, Equipment landing,

Speakerphone System
Training:
 Freight Module
 Dual controls in the cockpit
 Instructor Pools
 Folding seats in transportation module

Specifications:

Take-off Weight:
Normal:
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Maximum: 3600 kg
Empty Weight: 2230 kg

Cargo Compartment Dimensions:
Lenth: 2.35m
Height: 1.54m
Width: 1.4m
Diameter of Main Rotor:
13m
Number of Blades:
Main Rotor:6
Crew: 1 to 2
Passengers:
Seated: 6

Operational Activities:
 Border Patrol
 External Sling Load
 Internal Cargo
 Medical
 Military
 Offshore Transport
 Passenger Transport
 SAR
 Training

Performance:
Load-Carrying Capacity:
In Cargo: 1050 kg
On External Sling: 1300 kg
Crusing Speed: 230 km/h
Ceiling Under ISA Conditions:
Hovering OGE (min): 2500m
Service (min): 7000m
Powerplant: RR 250-C-20R x2
Fuel Consumption: 0.245 kg/hp*h
Service Life: 3000 hours
Power: 670 h.p.
Range:
With Max. Fuel: 965 km
With 4 Extra Tanks: 1200 km
Maximum Flight Duration: 4.5h


 

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