The R66 is great for pipeline patrol and laser gas detection. The five-seat R66 TURBINE helicopters are reliable, economical and easy to maintain. R66s have a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic, hydraulically boosted controls that eliminate cyclic and collective feedback forces, and streamlined instrument panels. The R66’s spacious 300 lb capacity baggage compartment along with the powerful Rolls Royce RR300 turbine engine give operators greater utility. The lightweight RR300 engine operates on readily available Jet A fuel. The R66 meets the FAA’s current crashworthiness regulations with energy absorbing seats and a crashworthy fuel system.
The R44 is great for pipeline patrol and laser gas detection. Four-seat R44 RAVEN II helicopter is a high performing, reliable, and easy to maintain. R44s have a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic, streamlined instrument panels, and a crashworthy fuel system. An aluminum monocoque and powder-coated steel tube structure provides a lightweight, yet robust airframe while the aerodynamic fuselage optimizes airspeed and fuel economy. Hydraulically boosted controls eliminate cyclic and collective feedback forces and provide responsive handling. A low tail-rotor tip speed and large cambered tail reduce flyover noise. Raven II and Clipper II helicopters are powered by Lycoming’s IO-540 fuel injected engine. The IO-540 delivers improved altitude performance, increased payload, and eliminates the need for carburetor heat.
The Diamond DA40 is great for pipeline patrol. It is an Austrian four-seat, single-engine, light aircraft constructed from composite materials. The durable composite airframe, ultra-low fuel burn and superb handling make the DA40 a great airplane for aerial patrol.
The Cessna 182 Skylane is great for pipeline patrol and laser gas detection. It is an American four-seat, single-engined light airplane built by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas. The Cessna 182 is great for patrol and laser detection.