PZL Swidnik W3 Sokol
The W3 Sokol (Falcon) utility is the first helicopter to be completely composed and implicit Poland, and is PZL Swidnik's most guaranteeing deals prospect in the close to medium future.
Created amid the mid 1970s, the Sokol made its first flight on November 16 1979, and has since been certificated in Poland, Russia, the US and Germany. Taking after a decently extended advancement system, low rate creation of the Sokol started amid 1985. Starting offers of the universally useful Sokol were inside Poland and in the Eastern Bloc, before the breakdown of socialism permitted PZL Swidnik to expand its deals base. To do this PZL Swidnik created the enhanced W3a Sokol went for attaining western accreditation. Affirmation to US FAR Pt 29 models was allowed in May 1993, while German confirmation was conceded in December that year.
The Sokol is of routine configuration and development, with two Pzl10w turboshafts, which are focused around the Russian outlined Tvd10b turboprops that power the Polish constructed A 28. Composites are utilized within the tail and principle rotor sharpened pieces of steels.
The Sokol is offered in various variations and is equipped for performing a regular scope of helicopter missions, including traveler transport, VIP, payload, EMS, medevac, firefighting and hunt and salvage (the W3 RM Anaconda).
An updated rendition of the Sokol is presently a work in progress. The Sw5 (a temporary assignment) would have twin FADEC prepared 745kw (1000shp) Pratt & Whitney Canada Pt6b-67b turboshafts, Sextant supplied flight, a rearranged rotor head and more prominent utilization of composites.
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