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News: Piper M600 Approved For 5-Blade Hartzell Propeller

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  1. 5-Bladed Hartzell Propeller Approved For Piper M600

    Again, the Sun 'n' Fun event was the place for major announcements, this time for Piper. The piston and turboprop aircraft manufacturer used the event to reveal that their new M600 was approved to use the 5-bladed Hartzell propeller. The advanced design of the carbon composite propeller blades allows for an unlimited life certification and makes them five to ten times stronger than similar wood core blades. The design features a stainless steel shank, nickel cobalt leading edge, and mesh erosion screen for FOD protection. Hartzell five-blade composite propeller is offered as a Piper factory option for 2017 on new M600 aircraft.
  2. Piper M600 has received approval from the FAA for the Hartzell five-blade composite swept tip propeller. The five-blade composite propeller, designed specifically for the Piper M600, features thin, maximum efficiency airfoils providing the opportunity for increased performance and stunning ramp appeal. The durability of the new Hartzell prop integrates exceptionally well with the Piper M600 and enhances the aircraft’s outstanding reliability.“The Hartzell propeller five-bladed prop design not only provides the opportunity for increased performance, it also adds to the value of Piper’s new M600” said Piper Aircraft President and CEO Simon Caldecott. “Piper’s offering of the Hartzell 5 blade M600 composite prop provides a contemporary look and enhances cabin comfort by reducing in-flight vibration.”

    For more information:

    Piper
    2926 Piper Drive
    Vero Beach, FL 32960
    www.piper.com

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