Aérospatiale AS.332 Super Puma

Aérospatiale AS.332 Super Puma is a multi-purpose helicopter.

There are 2 versions of the helicopter, civilian and military.

First flew 09/13/1978, mass production started in 1980.

AS.332 “Super Puma” was produced in various versions:
 

AS 332 L1

  • Number of crew members: 2-3
  • The greatest number of passengers: 20
  • Length: 18.7m
  • Fuselage length with tail rotor: 16.29 m
  • Rotor Diameter: 15.6m
  • Tail rotor diameter: 3.05m
  • Height: 4.92m
  • Rotor swept area²: 191.13m
  • Base chassis: 5.25m
  • Track: 3.0m
  • Empty Weight: 4460kg
  • The highest take-off weight: 8600kg
  • The highest take-off weight with a suspended load: 9350kg
  • Engine: 2 × TurbomecaMakila1A1 TVD
  • Power: 2 × 1820hp (1357kw)
  • Maximum allowable speed: 278km / h
  • Echelon Speed: 261 Passengers
  • Practical range: 870km
  • Practical ceiling: 4600m
  • Static ceiling: 3250 / 2300m
  • Rate of climb: 8.1m / s
  • Deadweight: 260

AS 332 L2

  • Number of crew members: 2-3
  • The greatest number of passengers: 24
  • Length: 19.5m
  • Fuselage length with tail rotor: 16.79m
  • Rotor Diameter: 16.2m
  • Tail rotor diameter: 3.15m
  • Height: 4.97m
  • The area swept by the rotor²: 206,12 sq.m
  • Base chassis: 5.25m
  • Track: 3.0m
  • Empty Weight: 4686kg
  • The highest take-off weight: 9300kg
  • The highest take-off weight with suspended load: n / a
  • Engine: 2 × TurbomecaMakila1A2 TVD
  • Power: 2 × 1845 (1376kW)
  • Maximum allowable speed: 315km / h
  • Tier Speed: 277kW
  • Practical range: 1215km
  • Practical ceiling: 5180m
  • Static ceiling: 3120 / 2250m
  • Rate of climb: 7.35m / s
  • Thrust-to-weight ratio: 260W / kg
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