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Dynali Dynali H2S helicopter

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General
Manufacturer Dynali
Type Dynali H2S
Introduced 1/1/2000
In production? Yes
Units produced 0
Price US $ 140,000.00
Dimensions
Overall Length 26.1 ft
Length 20.4 ft
Height 8.56 ft
Width 0 ft
   
   
Description Dynali is a Belgian (Europe) manufacturer of the H2S double seater, very light helicopter. It is sold as both a kit-build machine in the experimental class and as ready-to-fly under the light sport class regulations.

The H2S was designed by Jacky Tonet, who is also the founder of the company. The helicopter is built around a stainless steel tube frame, with fuselage fairings constructed from carbon fibre strengthened with Kevlar. Remarkable is the choice of an engine from the automotive sector, a Subaru 4-cylinder piston engine. This keeps maintenance costs low using technology that is easily accessible for the amateur builder. The ready-to-fly light sport version uses a Rotax engine. The tail rotor is shaft driven and of the fenestron type, adding to the safety of the machine.

The Dynali H2S is a commercial success, with worldwide sales. The latest model is the Dynali H3, which is based on the H2S and complies with French regulations for ultra light machines.
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Design features
  • Monoblock tubular stainless steel chassis
  • Tubular aluminium tail boom
  • Composite rotor blades
  • Solidly surrounded tail rotor
  • Governor assisted throttle control
  • Carbonfibre / kevlar fuselage
Description
Dynali is a Belgian (Europe) manufacturer of the H2S double seater, very light helicopter. It is sold as both a kit-build machine in the experimental class and as ready-to-fly under the light sport class regulations.

The H2S was designed by Jacky Tonet, who is also the founder of the company. The helicopter is built around a stainless steel tube frame, with fuselage fairings constructed from carbon fibre strengthened with Kevlar. Remarkable is the choice of an engine from the automotive sector, a Subaru 4-cylinder piston engine. This keeps maintenance costs low using technology that is easily accessible for the amateur builder. The ready-to-fly light sport version uses a Rotax engine. The tail rotor is shaft driven and of the fenestron type, adding to the safety of the machine.

The Dynali H2S is a commercial success, with worldwide sales. The latest model is the Dynali H3, which is based on the H2S and complies with French regulations for ultra light machines.
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Design features:
  • Monoblock tubular stainless steel chassis
  • Tubular aluminium tail boom
  • Composite rotor blades
  • Solidly surrounded tail rotor
  • Governor assisted throttle control
  • Carbonfibre / kevlar fuselage
Performance
Persons 2
Max. Range 341 mi
Cruise Speed 103 mph
Max. Speed 118 mph
Max. rate of Climb 1300 ft/min
HOGE ceiling 0 ft
Service Ceiling 12000 ft
Gross Weight 1540 lb
Empty Weigt 1023 lb
Useful Load 517 lb
Dynamic system
Fuel Capacity 20 gallons
Number of Engines 1
Engine Type Piston
Engine Code DSEJ25, electronic injection
Horse Power 180
Rotorhead Teetering
Number of rotorblades 2
Rotor Diameter 23.5 ft
Number of tail rotorblades 8
Tailrotor Diameter 2.6 ft
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