Gear: Bell 212 (UH-1 N) Twin Huey

Bell_212_max192w

Bell 212 (UH-1 N) Twin Huey

Bell Helicopter
Category: Apparatus
Subcategory: Misc.
Price: 1,000,000.oo and higher
Average Rating:
  •  
(15 Votes)
Description:

Type Engines: 2 Pratt & Whitney PT6T-3 Twinpac 1800 shaft horsepower Crew: 1 or 2 pilots and up to 13-14 Passengers Service Ceiling: 12,500 feet Airspeed: Hover to 130 knots Max. Gross Weight: 11,200 pounds (5080 kilograms) Empty Weight: 7,200 pounds (3266 kilograms) Useful Load: 4,000 pounds (1814 kilograms) (fuel, personnel, cargo) Fuel Load: 1430 pounds (220 gallons) - standard fuel load 1170 pounds (180 gallons) - additional capability with the addition of two auxiliary fuel tanks Type Fuel: Jet A, Jet B, JP4, JP8 Fuel Burn Rate: 625 pounds/hour (~100 gallons/hour) Range (normal): 225 Nautical miles ~2.3 hours @100 knots Range (w/aux. fuel): 375 Nautical miles ~3.5 hours @100 knots Dimensions (external): Main rotor span - 48 feet Total length - 57.25 feet Tail rotor height - 14.6 feet Dimensions (internal): 92" L x 96" W (at widest point) x 50"H Useable Volumes: Cabin - 220 cubic feet Baggage Compartment – 84" L x 21" W x 21" H (aft) 27" H (forward) Aft Baggage Compartment- 28 cubic feet up to 400 pounds Navigation: Two GPS receivers One Radar Altimeter Instrument Landing System (ILS) Two VORs with DME Automatic Direction Finder (ADF) Communication: One UHF Radio (225-400 Megahertz) Two VHF Radios (117-135 Megahertz) One HF Radio (2-30 Megahertz) One Marine Band FM/VHF Radio (150-174 Megahertz) Transponder with Mode C Intercom system

Member Reviews

  • P1010193_max30
    gh6912, Fri, 24 Aug 2007 16:29:12 UTC.
    1st review

    Old workhorse. Can be converted into a fire fighting aircraft. The Details say it all.

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Firecross2_max30
    chase1, Fri, 24 Aug 2007 21:34:08 UTC.

    Originally 2.2 million. Probably under 1 million now days. **In the few sites I have found selling them, they mostly list for around $375K, but they are 1H's and not 1N's. They were produced from 1968-1978. Here is a good site with lots of info: http://www.answers.com/topic/bell-212?cat=technology

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Halo-3-master-chief-1_max30
    SuperTrooper, Sat, 25 Aug 2007 03:14:06 UTC.

    Just a cool lookin' chopper.

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Scan0008_max30
    Rescue16, Sat, 15 Sep 2007 20:13:20 UTC.

    Should have more of these in service. The best Bell ever made!

    Flag as inappropriate
  • 156092_1586258011322_1081928508_1608239_6778809_n_max30
    CorpsmanUP, Mon, 24 Sep 2007 03:33:08 UTC.

    Hueys are the best possible air craft for these jobs. It's battlefield proven, it's no wonder it's the single most oldest Helicopter series still in use in the military; I'd say nothing else in civilian hands measure up, but thats a personal opinion...

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Firestation2_v2_max30
    smokeeateremt82, Tue, 25 Sep 2007 15:23:47 UTC.

    best known workhorse in the military...still be flown thirty years later

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Photo_user_blank_big
    adamjuhasz1, Thu, 27 Sep 2007 16:38:36 UTC.

    Man does these guyes ever help you out when you need it. one day it is my dream to be a flight medic but i am a long way from that till then keep up the the good work

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Firefighterangels_max30
    rjincolorado, Wed, 03 Oct 2007 19:19:25 UTC.

    nice bird!!!

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Img_0184_max30
    safetymike911, Tue, 09 Oct 2007 15:42:54 UTC.

    This is the bird we've used for deep water drilling platform medivacs. Refueling once on the platform was the norm due to the flight distance being close to the max. Still an all around excellent bird for medivacs. A lot less cramped than most land based medical choppers and more space for medical supplies and equipment.

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Texas_fire_museum_056_max30
    rcooney, Wed, 13 Feb 2008 05:25:53 UTC.

    I'll take two! LOL Very versitle. Great for medivacs

    Flag as inappropriate
  • 03_15_11_hwy_254_037_max30
    tsmith1, Thu, 10 Apr 2008 22:36:07 UTC.

    Yeah, great for..........wel, just about anything.

    Kind of like a Harley or a Jeep. You don't need to look to know what's coming.

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Photo_user_blank_big
    Account Removed, Fri, 13 Jun 2008 18:21:47 UTC.

    Noisy but nice. Wish we could afford one. :(

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Images_max30
    Ravenfirefighter, Sat, 09 Aug 2008 01:41:37 UTC.

    Traded mine in on a Stealth Bomber

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Fire_station_2011_005_max30
    jbeck308, Sun, 28 Dec 2008 20:22:19 UTC.

    I spent 4 yrs working with these in the navy, God I love the sound it makes, you can never mistake it for one of those foreign made things. Weight capacity is outrageous.

    Flag as inappropriate
  • Fireboykie_max30
    fireboykie, Wed, 08 Apr 2009 12:09:31 UTC.

    We operate a Bell212 in South Africa. Can anyone tell me how operators in the US fit a Bambi bucket to the 212? Because the heli's cargo hook swivels right around, which is not a good thing for the Bambi. I know there is a mod consisting of centring springs available for the military UH-1, but apparently it is not approved for civilian aircraft.

    Flag as inappropriate