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    Eurocopter dévoile son nouveau EC 135 T3/P3

    Message  copter le Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 10:42

    Live from the opening ceremony at Heli-Expo 2013, Eurocopter marked a new milestone in its product evolution strategy with the unveiling of the EC135 T3/PE enhanced version.

    New features for these latest variants of Eurocopter’s EC135 light, multipurpose twin-engine rotorcraft include significantly improved hot/high performance, increased maximum takeoff weight, improved flight envelope, extended range, cockpit innovations and enhanced interior versatility. The T3/P3 designations signify availability of two upgraded engine options on the helicopters: Turbomeca’s Arrius 2B2 “Plus” for the EC135 T3; and Pratt & Whitney Canada’s PWC 206B3 for the EC135 P3.

    This latest version of the proven EC135 has already secured orders from around the world in Norway, Italy and the United States. Eurocopter’s launch customers have ordered both the P3 and T3 versions: Air Methods (USA) is to acquire six EC135 P3 helicopters to be utilized in air medical transport missions; Norsk Luftambulanse (Norway) signed for six EC135 P3 rotorcraft in the medical evacuation configuration; while Aiut Alpin Dolomites (Italy) booked one EC135 T3 for its mountain rescue operations.

    Air Methods’ EC135 P3 contract represents a conversion of six previously-ordered EC135 P2e versions. This U.S. air medical transport service producer’s overall existing Eurocopter inventory is composed of more than 330 helicopters, including the EC135, EC130, BK117 and AS350s types.

    Norsk Luftambulanse’s EC135 P3 rotorcraft will be used in this Norway-based company’s emergency medical services. It also ordered one EC145 T2 today, further expanding its Eurocopter-built fleet that currently consists of one EC135 C2 and 11 EC135 P2 helicopters.

    The EC135 T3 booked by Italy’s Aiut Alpin Dolomites is to be delivered in 2014, succeeding its current EC135 T2i – which will have achieved 10 years of heavy-duty service in the rugged Dolomites mountain range next year.

    Article: http://events.eurocopter.com/fr/node/996

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    Message  vanhoute le Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 12:24

    Merci pour cet article.
    Vivement que l'on ait accès aux perfos...


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    Re: Eurocopter dévoile son nouveau EC 135 T3/P3

    Message  Capitaine flamme le Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 14:36

    c est une nouvelle version mais on ne sait pas s il y a des choses vraiment differentes a par les moteurs ,comme la mat ou le rotor qui ne sont pas vraiment top sur un EC 135 T1 ou T2

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    Message  copter le Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 14:48

    Autre article:

    Eurocopter has revealed the latest member of its product line at Heli-Expo 2013 the EC135 P3/T3.

    The new aircraft, which continues the manufacturers tradition of debuting a new model or significant upgrade each year, is offered with two engine choices: Turbomecas Arrius 2B2 plus (EC135 T3), or the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 206B3 (EC135 P3). It also features rotor blades that have been extended in length by 10 centimeters, new optimized full authority digital engine control (FADEC) software, and enhanced air intakes compatible with inlet barrier filters that protect the engines from sand, dust and potential causes of foreign object damage (FOD). In terms of performance, Eurocopter said the upgrade provides a significant performance in hot/high conditions, and, in an emailed statement sent to Vertical, said for many operators an impressive payload/range improvement will be available.

    In terms of specifics, the variant has a maximum takeoff weight of 2,980 kilograms (6,570 pounds) an increase of 30 kilograms (66 pounds) over the EC135 P2e/T2e. Extended range is provided by a new external auxiliary fuel tank, and the manufacturer said operational safety is enhanced with a new external life raft system.

    The EC135 P3/T3 will not, however, feature Eurocopters new avionics suite, Helionix which is set to complete certification this summer before making its debut on the market soon afterwards in the much-anticipated EC175 and EC145 T2. Instead, the EC135 P3/T3 will retain the MEGHAS flight control display system, which Eurocopter said would offer a retrofit capacity for EC135 operators to benefit from the drastic hot/high performance improvement provided by this new version. The EC135 P3/T3 will also feature the latest radio navigation line from Garmin, the GTN750, providing large touchscreen radio and navigation management.

    Eurocopter said the development of the EC135 P3/ T3 was kept as confidential as possible, with only a few selected key customers contacted to confirm design goals and requirements with market needs. The launch customer for the aircraft, revealed on the first morning of Heli-Expo 2013, is Aiut Alpin Dolomites an Italian voluntary association of individual mountain rescue teams. The company, which currently operates an EC135 T2, has ordered one EC135 T3 in an emergency medical services configuration.

    The EC135 P3/T3 is the latest version of the hugely successful EC135, and follows just two years after the current production model, the EC135 P2e/T2e was unveiled at Heli-Expo 2011. First introduced in 1996, the EC135 is generally considered the first Eurocopter civil aircraft, blending an Messerschmitt-Bolkow-Blohm (MBB) German-styled front with French company Aerospatiales Fenestron. With a worldwide fleet of about 1,100 aircraft in operation, EC135s have logged an estimated 2.6 million flight hours around the world.



    Article: http://www.verticalmag.com/news/article/The-Power-of-3

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    Re: Eurocopter dévoile son nouveau EC 135 T3/P3

    Message  vanhoute le Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 15:23

    Un EC135 T2+ ou T2i c'est 2910 kg. Avec la modif T2e, c'est 2950 kg, non certifiés en CAT A.
    Là, on a 2980 kg, certifiés ou non en CP1 ???
    Quand au nouveau réservoir extérieur, cela nous fait bien rire en SAMU alors qu'on arrive pas à remplir le principal au max faute de masse max limitée...


    Dernière édition par vanhoute le Jeu 7 Mar 2013 - 7:49, édité 1 fois


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    Message  Capitaine flamme le Mer 6 Mar 2013 - 20:15

    Bon cela confirme ce que je disais ,performance a priori en hausse avec allongement des pale,fadec ,moteurs et autres broutilles avec le reservoir supplementaire mais pas de reel changement ,un restyling a la française" quoi ! Razz

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    Re: Eurocopter dévoile son nouveau EC 135 T3/P3

    Message  vanhoute le Mar 26 Mar 2013 - 7:49

    Ci dessous une présentation de l'EC135T3/P3 et de l'EC 145, faite lors du congrès 2013 de l'AFHSH.
    Ce qui est particulièrement intéressant est la possibilité de faire évoluer un EC135T2+ vers un T3...
    http://www.afhsh.org/documents/Documents/doc_50_1364053504.pdf


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