Bell 212

Also recognized as the Twin Two-Twelve, the Bell 212 helicopter was in production from 1968 to 1998, with additional variants emerging as the Bell UH-1N Twin Huey and the Bell 412.

Initially developed to meet the needs of the Canadian forces, a total of 344 units of the aircraft were commissioned by the Canadian Forces and the United States Military Services under the designation UH-1N. Concurrently, the Bell 212 was introduced to cater to civilian operators.

Red Box Aviation specializes in a diverse range of ground power equipment, encompassing start power units, continuous power units, and aircraft tugs, the majority of which are well-suited for deployment with the Bell 212 helicopter.

For those in search of a start power unit, we highly recommend our RB50A unit, a switchable device adaptable to both 12V and 24V settings. Feel free to reach out to us to receive tailored recommendations for the optimal continuous power unit and aircraft tugs suitable for the helicopter.

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