Le secours AIR DESIGN DONUT associe les caractéristiques positives des parachutes carrés et ronds. Il est coupé comme un parachute carré mais, une fois ouvert, il se présente plus comme un parachute rond traditionnel. Son pliage reste donc aussi simple que celui des parachutes ronds classiques.
Les nombreux essais réalisés ont démontré une rapidité d’ouverture et une très grande stabilité.

La conception du secours AIR DESIGN DONUT permet d’offrir des temps d’ouverture rapides. Sa surface importante entraine un faible taux de chute (4.6 m/s) et ses ouvertures latérales lui confèrent une très bonne stabilité.
Grâce à ce nouveau concept, les matériaux utilisés pour la fabrication du AIR DESIGN DONUT sont réduits par rapport à un secours classique, le plaçant parmi les plus légers dans la gamme standard. Le PTV 100kg max pèse 1300g et le 120kg max 1600g.

Concernant la certification nous avons volontairement privilégié de certifier nos secours conformément à la norme EN. Cette dernière étant pour nous plus représentative et plus proche des résultats que nous souhaitions atteindre : (T/C EN est de 5,5 m/s, contre 6,7 m/s au LTF).  Les résultats sont des plus satisfaisants avec un T/C de 4,6 m/s
A l’instar de notre gamme de parapentes, le DONUT sortira en version light au cours de l’année.

Caractéristiques :

• Ouverture rapide

• Très grande stabilité

• Faible taux de chute, 4,6 m/s

• Pliage simple

• Léger


TAILLE 90 100 120 220
SURFACE A PLAT (m²) 22,2 25,55 32,58 64
POIDS (kg) 0,86 1,3 1,6 2,3
SINKRATE MAX LOAD (M/S) 5,15* 4,8* 4,6* 5,35

*best case


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