HA-80 RG Windsock assembly unlighted

Basic, rigid and unlighted

Description

The HA-80 RG Windsock assembly unlighted.

The HA-80 RG is also available externally lighted and internally lighted.

The Holland Aviation 80 RG Unlighted is made of the finest European materials available.

 

Some key features of the HA-80 RG Windsock assembly are;

  • The windsock gives a reliable wind indication.
  • Together with the wind direction, you read a good estimate of the wind speed.
  • The HA 80 RG has low maintenance costs.
  • The HA 80 RG has a tilt-able mast for easy maintenance and replacement of the windsock.

 

 

The taper of windsocks is from the throat to the trailing end designed to cause the windsock to fully inflate when it is exposed to a wind of 15 knots.

The HA windsock sleeves have been proven to withstand wind speeds in excess of 145km/h (75 knots).
The windsock fabrics have been tested for mechanical strength, UVresistance and colorfastness by an independent laboratory.

 

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Additional information

Foundation material

Galvanized steel

Mast support material

Galvanized steel

Mast material

T50 aluminium

Mast length

4800 mm

Mast diameter

Ø 80 mm

Windsock frame material

SS AISI 316L

Compliances

FAA AC 150/5345-27, ICAO Annex 14 Vol I, ICAO Annex 14 Vol II., UK CAP 168, UK CAP 437, EASA ADR

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Description

The HA-80 RG Windsock assembly unlighted.

The HA-80 RG is also available externally lighted and internally lighted.

The Holland Aviation 80 RG Unlighted is made of the finest European materials available.

 

Some key features of the HA-80 RG Windsock assembly are;

  • The windsock gives a reliable wind indication.
  • Together with the wind direction, you read a good estimate of the wind speed.
  • The HA 80 RG has low maintenance costs.
  • The HA 80 RG has a tilt-able mast for easy maintenance and replacement of the windsock.

 

 

The taper of windsocks is from the throat to the trailing end designed to cause the windsock to fully inflate when it is exposed to a wind of 15 knots.

The HA windsock sleeves have been proven to withstand wind speeds in excess of 145km/h (75 knots).
The windsock fabrics have been tested for mechanical strength, UVresistance and colorfastness by an independent laboratory.

 

datasheet

Where to use windsocks

For more products

Additional information

Foundation material

Galvanized steel

Mast support material

Galvanized steel

Mast material

T50 aluminium

Mast length

4800 mm

Mast diameter

Ø 80 mm

Windsock frame material

SS AISI 316L

Compliances

FAA AC 150/5345-27, ICAO Annex 14 Vol I, ICAO Annex 14 Vol II., UK CAP 168, UK CAP 437, EASA ADR