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A-36 Vulcan  
The A-36 is a multipurpose light airplane, designed for a wide range of tasks. It is possible to install a video camera in the nose of the fuselage and a panoramic camera under the pilot seats as well as a gyro stabilized platform in the cargo compartment of fuselage. The Vulcan is also an excellent observation platform. Two engines allow for long flights over terrain where emergency landings are undesirable if even possible (sea, mountains, forest, desert, etc.).
Prices starting at ! $US 174,999.00
(Taxes not included)
For information contact sales@fpna.com

Includes: 2 X Rotax 912ULS Engine (912UL Optional), Altimeter, Airspeed indicator, Vertical Speed indicator(VSI) compass, slip indicator, Electronic Instrument system special made for Multi-Engine (EIS) , 2 X Warp drive Propeller, Landing light, Nav lights, Strobe lights, Lynx interface, MicroAir radio, MicroAir Transponder Mode "C" equipped, ELT, luggage bay, all fairings, choice of Paint color (red, white, blue or yellow), Registration and Shipping.

Options: BRS, Interior Night Lights, Electronic Flight Instrument system (EFIS) Artificial horizon, and various GPS's available.

Features:
The navigational package includes an air-speed indicator, altimeter, vertical speed indicator (VSI), artificial-horizon, sideslip indicator, and a magnetic compass, with options such as GPS, autopilot, and engine monitoring instruments. With Certified engines it is possible to certify this aircraft for IFR flights.

The cockpit is equipped with heating and ventilation; and as an option there are provisions for the installation of and air conditioner. Pilot seats can be customized for the people that will be regularly flying the aircraft.

The Vulcan leads the way with a side stick control, thus the pitch and roll controls are actuated via a side stick. This ensures additional comfort for long flights, additionally freeing the space under the pilot seats for installation of optional equipment, such as a camera for Aerial photography. Comfortable control is ensured by electrically actuated trim tabs on the stabilator (all flying elevator) and the rudder.

The use of all-flying horizontal stabilizer (stabilator) ensures aircraft balance in wide a range of its CG positions while maintaining good control responses. This provides an opportunity of using a pusher engine configuration with a large number of variants for equipment loading and placement while still permitting a great view for the pilot and passenger.

By the Utilization of the standard Rotax 912 UL (80 HP) Engines or the Rotax ULS (100 HP) or 912S (certified 100 HP) four stroke engines, one gains performance and efficiency, while still being able to use automobile fuel which helps to lower operating costs. With such a High power-to-weight ratios this aircraft can not only maintain level flight on one engine it is capable of a single engine climb and Takeoff! This allows for continued operations even with one engine if needed. Maintenance of the engines is a breeze due to the relatively low position of the nacelles over the ground and the ease with which the cowlings can be removed.

Standard equipment on this airplane are in-flight adjustable propellers ensuring high take-off thrust and fuel efficiency during cruise flight.

The main portion of Vulcan's fuselage, including the cockpit is made from fiberglass. The rear fuselage, empennage, and wings are all-metal structures including their skins. The fuselage has a cargo compartment with a large Side Access door and is located behind the rear pilot seat. It is designed to accommodate 220Lbs / 100 Kgs and is within the vicinity of the airplane's center of gravity (CG).

The landing gear is made from fiberglass and is in a tail wheel configuration. The position of the tail wheel gives a tricycle gear feel, and still provides great rough field performance and safety.

With a combination of a wing with high lift characteristics, efficient flaps, high power to weight ration and an adjustable-pitch propeller the short field performance is outstanding!.

Redundant fuel and electrical systems with a dual flight control system ensures a safe operation of the Vulcan. For long endurance the airplane is fitted with two wing fuel tanks having a combined capacity of 31.7 Gallons / 120 liters, ensuring an endurance of at least 5 hours. An additional Tank can be added with a capacity of 15.8 Gallons / 60 liters which is installed in the cargo compartment and thus increasing the endurance to over 8 hours!



Specifications

Length

7.34 m

24'1” ft

Height

1.98 m

6’6” ft

Wing span

11.4 m

37’5” ft

Wing area

15,7 m2

168.6 sq. ft

Empty weight

450 kg

991 lb

Take-off weight

750 kg

1652 lb

Engines: Rotax-912S

2x100 h.p.

2x73.5 kW

Fuel capacity

120 l

31.7 US gal

Stalling speed

67 km/h

42 mph

Landing speed

70 km/h

44 mph

Cruise speed

220 km/h

138 mph

Top level speed

260 km/h

163 mph

Rate of climb with two (one) engines

11(4) m/s

2 164 (787) fpm

Take-off/landing run

120/150 m

393/492 ft

Practical ceiling (Vy=0,5 m/s) with two (one) engines

8500 (4500) m

27,869 (14,754) ft

Maximum range (with reserves for 30 minutes)

950 km

513 nm

Maximum endurance

6 h

6 h


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