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Study and assessment for the proper choice of the most appropriate technology for the application and use required by the client.

We also prepare all paperwork and certification procedures, deliveries in the end-user country, as well as the after-sale service and spare parts delivery.

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Firefighting Aircrafts

AT-802 Firefighter

AT-802 Firefighter

Presentation

Since 1995, the Air Tractor AT-802F has served with distinction at the front lines of wildfires around the globe. As an initial attack air tanker, the AT-802F with 3.100 liters hopper capacity (820 U.S. gal.), is appreciated among aerial firefighting circles as a fast, maneuverable aircraft that’s both operationally effective and economical. When fire season is over, the AT-802F can continue earning its keep by performing forestry protection and rehabilitation activities as varied as aerial insecticide application, re-seeding, hydromulch application and fertilization.

As more firefighting contractors and government agencies see the AT-802F in action, it’s being recognized as a valuable asset in their firefighting arsenal, not only for initial attack, but on extended attack in support of ground crews, too.

Detailed Description

The AT-802F is a fast, agile single engine air tanker, designed from the tires up for rapid response firefighting. Powered by the reliable PT6A-67F turbine engine with 1,600 SHP, the AT-802F has a cruiser speed of almost 356 Km/h. Because the turbine engine requires no warm-up time, an AT-802F pilot can take on a full 820-gallon load (3.100 litters) and be in the air, headed for the front lines in as few as five minutes after receiving a dispatch. The 18 U.S. gallons(70 litters) capacity foam tank may be filled through a convenient loading cap in the engine cowling.

In contrast to heavy air tankers based at larger airfields, the AT-802F can land on short dirt strips, land with floats on nearby lakes, even work from county roads a few miles from the fire to dramatically reduce ferry times to and from the front lines. This short-field performance capability, fast ferry speeds and rapid turnaround on the ground can make a big difference when response time is critical.

Accuracy

With the AT-802F, an Incident Commander has the flexibility to choose the optimum coverage level to combat brush and grass fires or heavier forest canopies. Employing modern technology in computer controls and hydraulic power, the Pilot Interface System and patented AT-802F fire gate allow the pilot to select the coverage level, amount to be dropped and ground speed. The computer makes continuous door opening adjustments to deliver coverage levels with precision, even in conditions of changing airplane accelerations and turbulence. Because the computer controls the drop, the pilot is free to concentrate on flying the aircraft.

Combine the accurate coverage cababilities with the AT-802F’s maneuverability and it’s easy to understand why this aircraft is so effective at attacking fires in sensitive wildland urban interfaces, narrow flight corridors and confined terrain.

Firefighters appreciate the flexibility in positioning the AT-802F at remote airports or mobile tanker bases close to the fire. The AT-802F requires only about 900 meters of reasonably flat dirt runway, so it can stage from just about anywhere outside the fire perimeter and get back into action fast. The 3-inch loading system on the AT-802F provides high-volume input capacity that also speeds turnaround times. In fact, an AT-802F requires as little as three minutes on the ground to be fully reloaded and back in the air.

Utilizing the AT-802F in pairs is also a particularly effective strategy. This further reduces the response time by keeping one aircraft over the fire almost continuously.

AT-802 Fire Boss

Presentation

Equipped with Wipaire amphibious floats, Air Tractor’s AT-802 Fire Boss adds yet another dimension of capability for fire fighters. It can scoop 820 gallons of water in 30 seconds and be on its way again to the front lines in just minutes.

With the ability to work as a land-based aircraft or a scooper, the “Fire Boss” can drop an initial load of retardant then remain close to the fire by scooping water from a nearby lake.

Detailed Description

The AT-802 Fire Boss is a fast, agile single engine air tanker, designed from the tires up for rapid response firefighting. Powered by the reliable PT6A-67F turbine engine, the AT-802F has a ferry speed of almost 300 Km/h. Because the turbine engine requires no warm-up time, an AT-802F pilot can take on a full 820-gallon load (3100 liters) and be in the air, headed for the front lines in as few as five minutes after receiving a dispatch.

In contrast to heavy air tankers based at larger airfields, the AT-802 Fire Boss can land on short dirt strips, land with floats on nearby lakes, even work from county roads a few miles from the fire to dramatically reduce ferry times to and from the front lines. This short-field performance capability, fast ferry speeds and rapid turnaround on the ground can make a big difference when response time is critical.

Accuracy

With the AT-802 Fire Boss, an Incident Commander has the flexibility to choose the optimum coverage level to combat brush and grass fires or heavier forest canopies. Employing modern technology in computer controls and hydraulic power, the Pilot Interface System and patented AT-802 Fire Boss fire gate allow the pilot to select the coverage level, amount to be dropped and ground speed. The computer makes continuous door opening adjustments to deliver coverage levels with precision, even in conditions of changing airplane accelerations and turbulence. Because the computer controls the drop, the pilot is free to concentrate on flying the aircraft.

Combine the accurate coverage cababilities with the AT-802F’s maneuverability and it’s easy to understand why this aircraft is so effective at attacking fires in sensitive wildland urban interfaces, narrow flight corridors and confined terrain.

Agricultural Aircrafts

AT-401B

Aviones para uso agricola

Presentation

The durability, safety, flying ease and proven heritage of the AT-401B makes it the choice of operators looking for an affordable upgrade to a high capacity, low maintenance piston engine ag plane. Here is an aircraft with an impressive combination of performance and features that help operators cover more acres at less cost.

Detailed Description

At the heart of the AT-401B’s economy is its ultra-powerful Pratt & Whitney R1340 radial piston engine. Widely regarded as one of finest radial engines ever produced, the R1340 has been remanufactured to Air Tractor specifications for improved performance, economy and reduced maintenance.

Like all Air Tractor models, the AT-401B provides superb visibility, a stallresistant wing design, and more than ample power that’s balanced by clean aerodynamics to provide speed and maneuverability even at maximum payloads.

The AT-401B makes a great partner for a growing business. From its large 400-gallon hopper that helps cut ferry time, to its Hoerner wingtips which improve the rate of climb and overall control, the AT-401B delivers unsurpassed value — economically, efficiently and productively.

Performance Notes:

• Pratt &Whitney 1340 radial piston engine provides 600 SHP at 2250 RPM.

• Standard hopper rinse system lets operators rinse the hopper walls while in flight.

• Efficient flaps and aileron droop maximize take-off performance.

• AT-4300 5-blade adjustable spray fan produces more volume per acre.

• All metal elevator and rudder with boost tabs for light control pressures.

• Lowered spray booms deliver a full 80-ft. wide swath.

AT-402B

Aviones para uso agricola AT-402B

Presentation

When we designed the AT-402 series, our goal was to build a real workhorse of an ag plane – but an affordable one, with turbine power. We began by designing a small, structurally efficient airframe. Then we lowered stick and rudder forces so the controls would be light and responsive, to reduce pilot fatigue.

Detailed Description

We specified an exceptionally quiet and reliable PT6A turbine engine for faster climb rates and increased cruise speed. And we designed a long, high-aspect ratio wing with Hoerner wing tips to increase wing efficiency and reduce drag.

When we put it all together, we got more than a workhorse. We got an ag plane that pilots love to fly, even at the end of a long day. For your first turbine, or to complement your fleet, once you see the AT-402B, it’s an easy choice.

Performance Notes:

• AT-402B with PT6A-15AG engine has 680 SHP at 2200 RPM.

• Sealed engine induction system locks out contaminants, extends service life and reduces maintenance.

• Improved oil cooling system lowers temps in flight and on the ground.

• Cruise at 160 m.p.h.; work at 140 m.p.h. Quietly, reliably.

AT-502B

Presentation

AG aviation economics being what they are, smart operators are choosing the AT-502 series to make their operations more efficient, productive, and profitable. It’s easy to see why: the big, 500-gallon payload means fewer trips out and back; fewer landings and take-offs. The powerful Pratt & Whitney turbine engine delivers the kind of efficient performance operators have come to expect from Air Tractor. A generous 52 ft. wingspan with Hoerner wingtips improves handling characteristics, allowing wider swaths for wider profit margins. Features like boost tabs for lighter aileron response and air conditioning are standard equipment.

Detailed Description

Whether it’s big loads or working at high elevations, AT-502s have proven their reliability and versatility since 1987, becoming one of the most popular, profitable and widely used aerial workhorses in the industry today.

Performance Notes:

• AT-502A with PT6A-45AG engine delivers 1100 SHP at 1700 RPM.

• AT-502B with PT6A-34AG engine has 750 SHP at 2200 RPM.

• Working speeds up to 140 m.p.h. with an 85 ft. swath width.

• Comfortable, functional cockpit gives pilots panoramic visibility.

• Impressive power-to-weight ratio allows short takeoff rolls and amazing climb rates.

AT-504

Spraying airplane AT 504 - Avión de pulverización

Presentation

The Air Tractor AT-504 is a spray plane and trainer that’s an excellent platform for aerial application instruction. Side-by-side cockpit seating lets experienced pilots effectively train new turboprop pilots. Both instructor and trainee each have complete flight controls and virtually the same cockpit view and flight perspective.

Detailed Description

Equipped with a Pratt & Whitney PT6-34AG engine, the AT-504 has working speeds equal to the AT-502B. Payload capacity is 475 gallons. Novice turboprop pilots experience similar flight performance when they move from the AT-504 to the AT-502B or other similar size turboprop ag planes.

The AT-504 performs beautifully and is fun to fly. And like the rest of the Air Tractor line, it can be a real money maker.

AT-602

Presentation

The AT-602’s wide swath width, fast ferry time and big payload helps operators stay out longer and do more work in less time. Its 630-gallon hopper, 56-foot extended wingspan and 12,500 lb. FAA certificated gross weight make the AT-602 a logical next step up when you need more productivity than a 500-gallon capacity aircraft can economically provide. The AT-602 can do a thousand acres in the morning, saving three loads over a smaller plane, and leave time in the afternoon for other jobs.

Detailed Description

From its Pratt &Whitney PT6A-60AG turbine powerplant, to the beefy main landing gear, everything about the AT-602 is designed for dependable, high-volume production. And yet for all its rugged features, the AT-602 is surprisingly light on the controls, too. It has a spacious and functional cockpit, quiet turbine engine and a host of other pilot comforts to make long days over the fields practically fly by. It’s the ideal plane for operators who do 5-gallon work on center-pivot circles, because you can do the job in one load.

Performance Notes:

• AT-602 with PT6A-60AG engine has 1050 SHP at 1700 RPM.

• Slow-moving, 5-blade Hartzell prop keeps things quiet near communities.

• With AT-802-sized fin and rudder, tail gear and spar caps, the AT-602 is built for big performance and extended service life.

• A low-mounted gatebox provides high velocities and wider, more uniform spray patterns.

• Landing gear springs and brake discs are built for heavy landing weights.

AT-802 Agricultural

Presentation

Over the years, many operators have told us they believe the AT-802A is the best ag plane ever built. It’s easy to see why. With a payload of 9,500 lbs., the AT-802A offers more working capacity than any other single-engine aircraft on the market. Its power, speed and payload, combined with a wide array of Air Tractor options opens up new income opportunities for operators. Whether its used for fertilizing forests, spraying square miles cotton fields, or spraying dispersant on oil spills, even the biggest jobs are all in a day’s work for this plane.

Detailed Description

An 800 gallon hopper and ferry speeds of up to 190 m.p.h. help operators get to the spray site faster, stay longer and complete the job in one load. It’s this kind of productive efficiency that makes a big difference you’ll see at the bottom line.

Performance Notes:

• Pratt & Whitney PT6A-65AG engine delivers 1295 SHP at 1700 RPM.

• Optional PT6A-67AG engine provides 1350 SHP at 1700 RPM.

• All-metal, sealed control surfaces with boost tabs make the AT-802 a joy to fly.

• Large, 5-blade Hartzell propellers give increased initial thrust during intial takeoff roll.

• Factory-installed air conditioning is standard equipment.

• Standard Hoerner wingtips increase wingspan to 59.2 ft., for a wider swath and more payload lifting surface.

ATE performs a study of the client’s needs to include the proper equipment for the aircrafts.

 

EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION

ATE performs a study of the client’s needs to include the proper equipment for the aircraft, among others:

• Avionics and location systems.
• Amphibious conversion.
• Engine configuration.

• Agricultural configuration.
• FRDS – computer delivery system.
• Cameras with video transmission.

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