Arrius 2G1 helicopter engine
The Arrius 2G1, powers the Russian Helicopters Ka-226T twin-engine helicopter. It is in service in Russia, and part of a major military contract currently under negotiation between Russia and India.
Maximum continuous power 610 shp
Max take-off power 720 shp
One Engine Inoperative (OEI) rating 792 shp
Engine monitoring Dual-channel FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control)
Unmatched level of maturity
Built around a proven core engine
Twin-module configuration delivers high reliability, with low maintenance and operating costs
Certified in November 2011
Certified in November 2011, the Arrius 2G1 is capable of a take-off power of 720 shp and a cruise power of 610 shp. Maximum power available via the emergency One Engine Inoperative (OEI) rating is 792 shp.
The most competitive engine in its category
With more than 3,800 units delivered to 430 customers in 60 countries and over 10 million operating hours, the Arrius family covers a power range of 450-750 shp and flies in both single and twin-engine light helicopters.
Over the years, the Arrius range has maintained its status as the most competitive and robust engine solution for the light helicopter market, and it continues to be selected for new models.
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