Bell 412Ep (Twin Pack Engine)

The Bell 412 stands as a utility helicopter crafted by Bell Helicopter and belongs to the Huey family. Bell initiated the development of the 412 in the late 1970s, drawing inspiration from a prior Bell aircraft, the 212. Two 212 models underwent conversion and modification, featuring a more potent twin-pack engine and an advanced four-blade rotor, resulting in prototypes for the new Bell 412, which took its inaugural flight in 1979. The initial Bell 412 model received certification in January 1981, with deliveries commencing immediately after certification. Among the recent additions to the series is the 412EP, equipped with an upgraded flight control system and employing a Pratt & Whitney PT6T-3DF engine for enhanced performance.

Red Box is delighted to present an extensive array of ground power and support equipment for this aircraft, encompassing tugs, ground power units, start power units, and more, meticulously tailored to meet the needs of the Bell 412EP (Twin Pack Engine) aircraft.

This assortment includes the RBSC100 continuous power unit, well-suited for diagnostic work, pre-flight checks, or continuous equipment powering during operations without depleting the onboard aircraft batteries. Additionally, the Twin RB50A serves as an effective starter for the aircraft, mitigating the risk of hot starts. For the Bell 412EP (Twin Pack Engine) aircraft, our TC3000 range presents a blend of start and continuous power in a single unit.

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