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Force Solo

Parachute systems Force Solo designed to airdrop paratroopers with various additional equipment, from a variety of aircraft, from the altitudes up to top service ceiling (using oxygen equipment), on equipped airfields and on limited grounds.

Harness system of the parachute systems is designed for a maximum take-off weight of 175 kg. It has the ability to mount a freight container, hinges to link attachments, removable pockets to place the oxygen equipment and protect equipment from entanglement.

Parachute systems Force Solo allow execution of parachute jumps from unequipped aircraft (except for the static-line jumps and drogue-chute).

 

Force Solo Freefall

Container allows the following options for main parachute opening:

- Manual activation via main PC placed in BOC (for paratroopers with high level of training);

- Manual activation via ripcord on the hip and spring type pilot chute (for parachutists with intermediate level of training);

- Manual activation via ripcord on the mud-flap (with the possibility to use mechanical AAD);

- Static-line with direct-bag (for parachutists with introductory level, low-speed aircraft, equipped with the cable for dropping paratroopers);

- Static-line with spring type PC (for parachutists with intermediate level of training, high-speed aircraft).

 

Force Stab

That system has main container above reserve container, for parachute jumps with stabilization by the drogue.

Container allows the following options for main parachute opening:

- The stabilization of freefall and manual opening of Main canopy (for parachutists with introductory level, high- and low-speed aircraft, equipped with the cable for dropping paratroopers);

- The stabilization of free fall and Main opening by AAD (for parachutists with introductory level, high-and low-speed aircraft, equipped with the cable for dropping paratroopers);

- Static line with direct bag (for parachutists with introductory level, low-speed aircraft, equipped with the cable for dropping paratroopers).

 

Options of Force Solo:

Harness System Fire Force Solo has up to 8 points to attach the cargo:

- Basic (in the chest area for a standard freight container or link);

- Upper (in three ring area for long loads);

- Bottom (near the laterals, cargo container is placed under the buttocks)

- Container (in the lower part of the rig, to connect standard and long cargo container and to connect snap for the lowering cargo container).

 

On the sides on the rig are placed removable pockets designed to protect parachute from getting caught in the equipment, and to place the oxygen equipment.

 

All Force Solo systems have RSL or DRD systems, to improve the safety of parachutists with a large number of attachments.

 

Ripcord pockets for main and reserve handles can be placed to the outside or inside the harness - it is required for easy access to the handles in different set of items in different containers.

 

AAD control is placed on the outside of the container – to help AAD operation in a limited space. Reserve pincover flap has a transparent window to control the position of pin without having to open the flap.

 

Leg pads can be made with larger width (for a comfortable HAHO flight with a parachute opening at high altitude), and may have additional pockets to accommodate small cargo.

 

 

 

Main parachute, surface area

250-350 sq.f

Reserve parachute, surface area

250-350 sq.f

Horizontal speed

10-12 m/s

Descent rate

5-6 m/s, short moment – up to 0 m/s

Harness system

MIL-W-4088 Type 7, strength 2700 kg

Overall weight of the system

18,5 kg

Range of adjustment

From: height 150 cm, weight 50 kg

To: height 210 cm, weight 135 kg

Maximum take-off weight

175 kg

Maximum speed of deployment

309 km/h

Drop speed in case of manual PC activation

0-400 km/h

Options of main parachute opening

- Manual activation via main PC;

- Manual activation via metal D-ring or ripcord (spring type pilot chute with the possibility to use mechanical AAD for main parachute);

- Static-line with spring-type main PC;

- Static-line with direct-bag

Minimum drop altitude

500 m

AAD for the reserve

Electronic AAD unit

Repack interval for main/reserve parachutes

6 months

Maximum surface wind velocity

12 m/s

Service life

15 years, number of jumps unlimited upon condition of technical inspection

Warranty

12 months for manufacturing defect

Warranty does not cover ordinary wear, mechanic damage and defects resulted from improper operation and/or storage.





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