High Coverage Unmanned Electric Powered 2 Nozzles Crop Dusting
High Coverage Unmanned Electric Powered 2 Nozzles Helicopter with
20 Kilogram Payload Self Programmed Capacity
- The helicopter and its flying control system were developed in
response to market demand for aerial agricultural spraying. the
small size of farms meant that Manned Fixed-wing crop dusters is
uneconomical and safety concerned. It provides much more accurate
spraying, at lower cost and lower risk than manned aircraft.
Compare to traditional manned aircraft, it does not require a large
take off terrain, it could easily take off and land from farms side
area, no special track required; its light weight, small size, can
be transported with a small size van.
- It’s characterized by flybarless rotor and lifted tail rotor.
Flybarless rotor has a simple structure and low failure rate.
Lifted tail rotor prevents from crashing caused by pesticide
applying on tail rotor.
- It carries maximum of 15 kilograms farm chemical. depends on the
skill of operator, each trip could spray up to 1.5 hectare of land
within 12 minutes, it is 60-80 times more effective than
traditional manual hand spraying.
- The use of ultra-low volume pesticide spraying operation can limit
the cost of water and pesticides. Moreover, using remote control
allows the operator to stay away from chemical pollution, it’s
greatly reducing the harm to the operator.
Main Rotor Diameter
Carbon fiber material
Trail Rotor Diameter
Electric remote switch
< 12 m/s
GPS Tracking System
It includes data link, GPS, recording software
10 kg x 2 Tanks
Max Spraying Capability
Made in USA
|Nutmeg, Oil palm,Pear, Prune, Ramie, Radish, Quinoa, Quince, Rice,
Rose, Bubber Pomelo, Papper, Pear, Pea etc.|
1. Helicopter VS Quadcopters
Quadcopters don't have any special inherent stability. When you
increase power of one of the rotors to pitch, the increasing pitch
will not do anything to the power difference and therefore the
The advantage of quadcopters is that the rotors can be fixed pitch
while single (or double) rotor helicopter needs complex control
mechanism. While this is huge advantage for the small scale devices
where each rotor can be powered by its own simple electric motor,
the complexity of either additional engines or long transmission
shafts would outweigh any advantage from the simpler rotors in
2. why can't full-scale helicopters use electric motors like the
The reason is that when you scale an airfoil up, the lift it
produces increases with its area, which grows with the second power of size, but its weight
increases with volume, which grows with the third power of size. Therefore models have much more lift for weight and
can afford simple but relatively heavy batteries while full-size
aircraft need propulsion systems with higher power density.
It does not require a runway to takeoff or landing, it takes off
vertically. Hanhe BD-1 system has been installed, which effectively
lowers the operation difficulty and the risks. Flying at low
altitude of several meters, the dusting effect can be controlled in
the sight-distance range. It is suitable for all kinds of complex
terrain farmlands and the crops and woods of different heights.
4. Excellent Crop Dusting
While it utilizes the strong downward rotating airflow to flip and
shake the crops when crop dusting, it comes into being a turbulent
area above the crops underneath. The crop dusting is very uniform
and partial pesticide is dusted on the back of stem and leaf, the
quality of crop dusting of which the manpower and other dusting
equipment can not achieve.
Hanhe Aviation Technology Co., Ltd is an agricultural UAV company
based in Wuxi and focuses on research, development, production and
application of agricultural spraying UAV helicopters. The company
is committed to the field of agricultural robots designed to help
Chinese farmers drastically reduce current pesticide application
costs and labor time. By utilizing leading technology and
experienced staff, Hanhe Aviation is able to provide high-precision
equipment for the modernization of agriculture, production service
and data management platforms.
Since 2005, Hanhe Aviation began carrying out the R&D of
agricultural spraying helicopters. In 2008, the Wuxi municipal
government invited the company to move from Shanghai to Wuxi and
Wuxi Hanhe Aviation was established, Simultaneously, Hanhe Aviation
was rewarded by the Wuxi municipal government for leading the
returned overseas entrepreneurship 530 class “A” program, and as a
national advanced tech enterprise. During its developmental years,
Hanhe Aviation has filed nearly 50 patents, covering many aspects
of remote control spraying and aircraft engineering technology,
these patents comprise a comprehensive patent protection dome.