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Type sheet: s58

Sikorsky S 58 (H34) Choctaw
Midsize Helicopter, USA, 1954

[Technical Data] [Expo/Images] - [ Sikorsky] [ Helicopters 1946-1974]

Description:

The S58 was one of the largest helicopter with a
piston engine. It was one of the standard aircraft
in its class during the 50ies and the 60ies. More
than 2800 have been build, including the Westland
Wessex.

 

Sizes and weights

Total Length :

47.178 ft

14.380 m

 

Greatest height :

14.173 ft

4.320 m

 

Rotor diameter :

56.004 ft

17.070 m

 

Max take off weight :

13450.5 lbs

6100.0 kg

 

Performance data

Max. speed :

114 kts

212 km/h

 

Service ceiling :

11483 ft

3500 m

 

Range :

346 nm

640 km

 

Propulsion

Kind :

KSte

 

Type :

Curtiss-Wright 9Zyl

 

Power rating (max.) :

1504 hp

1525 ps

 

Count :

1

1

 

Total power rating (max.) :

1504 hp

1525 ps

 

Other

Crew :

0

0

 

 

2

 

Payload :

18pax

 

       

 

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