Piston Helicopters are lighter and less powerful than Turbine Helicopters. In addition, helicopters are less expensive to run, making them a common option for travel, training, and personal transportation.
The top models in this category can travel up to 350 nm thanks to their piston engines rather than their turbine counterparts. Smaller helicopters often use reciprocating engines, sometimes known as piston engines.
Reciprocal engines are typically used in instructional helicopters because they are straightforward and affordable to run.
The Global Piston Engine Helicopter market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The development of a new RPM governor for Enstrom piston helicopters is something that Enstrom Helicopter Corporation is happy to announce.
The new governor combines a digital controller and a quick-reacting servo motor to precisely manage RPM. It was created to help pilots maintain rotor RPM. In the same way as on a turbine helicopter, the pilot can set the RPM anywhere in the green and blip it up and down within the permitted range.
It will automatically keep the RPM at a level just below the green throughout autorotation training. The learner and the instructor won’t “forget to roll the throttle back on,” and the engine won’t overspeed during the power recovery since it will reliably and rapidly increase engine RPM and marry the needles.
The present correlator technology is a significant contributor to the reputation of Enstrom helicopters as some of the safest and easiest to fly in their class.
It’s on a whole new level with this brand-new digital governor. Any 28-volt 280FX and F28F helicopter in the field can be retrofitted with the governor system in addition to being offered as an option on new models of these helicopters.
© Copyright 2017-2023. Mobility Foresights. All Rights Reserved.