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FLIGHT
MANUAL
MANUEL
DUTILISATION
DYNALI H3 EASYFLYER SPORT

Microlight Helicopter
Hlicoptre
ultra-lger
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DYNALI HELICOPTER COMPANY


101, AVENUE THOMAS EDISON
1402, THINES
BELGIQUE
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INTRODUCTION
RECORDING OF REVISIONS
The validity of the present flight manual depends upon the regularity with which it is updated.
The signature of the owner constitutes a guarantee for himself and other users that the
manual is up to date. The composition of the manual is defined by the list of current pages.

Revisions

Incorporated

Date

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Original edition

August
2014

27/08/14

J. Tonet

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1 GENERAL................................................................................................................................. 7
1.1 DESCRIPTION ..............................................................................................................................7
1.2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ...............................................................................................7
1.2.1 MAIN ROTOR ......................................................................................................................................... 7
1.2.2 REAR ROTOR ........................................................................................................................................ 7
1.2.3 MAIN TRANSMISSION ........................................................................................................................... 8
1.2.4 ENGINE .................................................................................................................................................. 8
1.2.5 FUEL ....................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.2.6 ENGINE COOLING AND LUBRICATION ............................................................................................... 8

VIEWS AND DIMENSIONS ....................................................................................................... 10


2 LIMITS IN USE ....................................................................................................................... 11
2.1 LIMITS IN WEIGHT .....................................................................................................................11
2.2 BALANCE LIMITS .......................................................................................................................11
2.3 SPEED LIMITS............................................................................................................................12
2.4 LOAD FACTOR LIMITS ..............................................................................................................12
2.5 AUTHORISED OPERATION.......................................................................................................13
2.6 LIMITS ENGINE AND ROTOR RPM...........................................................................................14
2.7 TRANSMISSION LIMITS.............................................................................................................15
2.8 NOISE LEVEL .............................................................................................................................15
2.9 PLACARDS .................................................................................................................................16

3 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES............................................................................................... 17
3.1 ENGINE FAILURE GENERAL ..................................................................................................17
3.2 ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE 500FT..............................................................................................17
3.3 ENGINE FAILURE AT LOW ALTITUDE AND LOW SPEED ......................................................17
3.4 GOVERNOR FAILURE ...............................................................................................................18
3.5 FORCED DITCHING WITHOUT ENGINE POWER ....................................................................18
3.6 FORCED LANDING UNDER POWER ........................................................................................18
3.7 REAR TRANSMISSION OR REAR ROTOR FAILURE IN TRANSITION....................................18
3.8 REAR TRANSMISSION OR REAR ROTOR FAILURE IN HOVERING FLIGHT ........................19
3.9 ENGINE FIRE ON START-UP ....................................................................................................19
3.10 ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT .........................................................................................................19
3.11 ALARM AND WARNING LIGHTS .............................................................................................19

4 NORMAL PRE-FLIGHT AND CHECK-OUT PROCEDURES ................................................. 21


4.1 PRE-FLIGHT INSPECTION ........................................................................................................21
4.1.1 TARMAC AND ENVIRONMENT ........................................................................................................... 21
4.1.2 AIRFRAME............................................................................................................................................ 21
4.1.3 CABIN INTERIOR ................................................................................................................................. 22

4.2 STARTUP....................................................................................................................................22
4.3 TAKE OFF...................................................................................................................................23
4.4 CRUISE .......................................................................................................................................23
4.5 APPROACH AND LANDING.......................................................................................................23
4.6 AUTOROTATION........................................................................................................................24
4.7 ENGINE SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE........................................................................................24
4.8 CHECKOUT ................................................................................................................................25

5 PERFORMANCE .................................................................................................................... 26
5.1 GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................26
5.2 ALTITUDE DENSITY DIAGRAMME ...........................................................................................26
5.3 DIAGRAMME : HOVER IN GROUND EFFECT ..........................................................................27
5.4 DIAGRAMME : HOVER OUTSIDE GROUND EFFECT..............................................................28
5.5 DIAGRAMME HEIGHT/ AIRSPEED............................................................................................29
5.6 ENGINE PERFORMANCE DIAGRAMME...................................................................................30

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6 WEIGHT AND BALANCE SHEET .......................................................................................... 31


6.1 EMPTY WEIGHT ET BALANCE .................................................................................................31
6.2 PROCEDURE FOR WEIGHING EMPTY ....................................................................................31
6.2.1 PREPARATION OF THE AIRCRAFT ................................................................................................... 31
6.2.2 METHOD TO DETERMINE EMPTY C.G. POSITION........................................................................... 31

6.3 CALCULATION OF WEIGHT AND BALANCE............................................................................32


6.4 INDIVIDUAL WEIGHT SHEET ....................................................................................................33
6.5 LATERAL BALANCE...................................................................................................................34

7 SYSTEMS ............................................................................................................................... 35
7.1 GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................35
7.2 AIRFRAME..................................................................................................................................35
7.3 UNDERCARRIAGE .....................................................................................................................35
7.4 MAIN ROTOR .............................................................................................................................35
7.5 REAR (ANTI-TORQUE) ROTOR ................................................................................................36
7.6 TRANSMISSIONS.......................................................................................................................36
7.7 ENGINE.......................................................................................................................................37
7.8 FLIGHT CONTROLS...................................................................................................................37
7.9 ENGINE CLUTCH DRIVE BELTS.........................................................................................38
7.10 FUEL CIRCUIT..........................................................................................................................38

8 HANDLING AND MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................... 39


8.1 GENERAL ...................................................................................................................................39
8.2 OBLIGATORY DOCUMENTS .....................................................................................................39
8.3 MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................................................................40
8.4 MAINTENANCE AND PROCEDURES .......................................................................................40

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WARNING
This flight manual is designed as an operational guide for the pilot and included all necessary
information required by the regulations.
It also includes additional information provided by the manufacturer.
It cannot be considered in any case as a pilot or flight instruction manual
It is the responsibility of the pilot to ensure the certification and the flight condition of the
machine.
The pilot must imperatively remain within the flight envelope indicated by the instruments and
by the contents of this manual.
Prior to any flight the pilot in command must be aware of all the limits, performances,
procedures and characteristics of the helicopter.

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1 GENERAL
1.1 DESCRIPTION
The Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport is a microlight two-seater helicopter in a side-by side
configuration. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 450kg, with an empty weight of 280kg. It is
powered by a Rotax 912ULS on which various equipments allow to increase the power from
100 to 110 HP. Its structure is based on a stainless steel frame. The tail structure is made
from aluminium and the tail struts are in carbon. The cabin cell is in carbon and the canopy in
perspex. The fuel tank can hold 60 liters. In the standard version, the Dynali H3 EasyFlyer
Sport is equipped with dual controls, a central exhaust, two cooling fans and an engine
governor.

1.2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS


1.2.1 MAIN ROTOR
Semi-rigid type on teetering hinge
Main Rotor Diameter.................................................................................. 7,14 m
Number of blades................................................................................................... 2
Blade chord.................................................................................................... 18 cm
Blade twisting....................................................................................................... 6
Blade weight ................................................................................................... 12 kg
Blade tip speed at 100% of nominal configuration ................................... 692 km/h

1.2.2 REAR ROTOR


Rigid type without articulation.
Rear rotor Diameter ..................................................................................... 0,8 m
Number of blades................................................................................................... 4
Blade chord................................................................................................... 5,5 cm
Blade twisting....................................................................................................... 5
Blade weight .................................................................................................... 78 g
Blade tip speed at 100% of nominal configuration ................................... 580 km/h

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1.2.3 MAIN TRANSMISSION


Main transmission and Main Transmission Gearbox (MTG)
Main Transmission.....................................................................................4 V-belts
Main transmission gearbox (MTG)..................................... 90 conic spiral gearing
Reduction ration MTG.................................................................................... 3,55/1
Rear transmission and Rear Transmission Gearbox (RTG)
Rear transmission ............................................................................................ shaft
Rear transmission gearbox (RTG) ..................................... 90 conic spiral gearing
Reduction ratio RTG ........................................................................................... 2/1
Reduction ratios
engine / main transmission shaft ..................................................................... 2,9/1
engine / engine gear ...................................................................................... 2,43/1
engine / main rotor ....................................................................................... 10,63/1
rear rotor / main rotor ..................................................................................... 7,32/1

1.2.4 ENGINE
4 stroke, flat 4 cylinders, with twin carburettors.
H3 EasyFlyer Sport

Carburettors

Injection

Engine
Bore
Max. power output
Cooling system

Rotax 912ULS
Rotax 912ULS-I
3
1350 cm
1350 cm3
100 HP
110 HP
water, oil, air

1.2.5 FUEL
Regular fuel......................................................................................... SP 95 to 100
Occasional fuel ...............................................................................AVGAS 100 LL
Hourly consumption: ...................................................................................... 20 L/h
Total fuel capacity : ........................................................................................... 60 L
Usable fuel capacity:......................................................................................... 60 L
Non usable capacity :.......................................................................................... 0 L
Low level warning light........................................................................................ 7 L

1.2.6 ENGINE COOLING AND LUBRICATION


Engine coolant
Glycol diluted at 50%

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Quantity........................................................................................................ 6L max

Engine oil
Type ................................................motorcycle engine oil with anti-friction additive
Capacity ............................................................................................................ 3,2L
Recommended oils ......................................................motorcycle 20W40 to 5W60
Consumption....................................................................... 0,1 liter/hour maximum
Oil MTG
Type ........................................................................................ hypod SAE 75 to 90
Capacity ........................................................................................................... 0,5 L
Oil RTG
Type ....................................................................................... hypod SAE 75 to 90
Capacity ........................................................................................................ 125 ml
Oil in the free-wheel
Type ......................................................................... Specific oil available on order
Capacity .......................................................................................................... 40 ml
Spark plugs
Type ................................................................................................... NGK BPR8E
Spark electrode distance ................................................................... 0,6 to 0,7 mm
Cylinder compression ratio Rotax 912ULS .......................................................... 11

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VIEWS AND DIMENSIONS

Airframe length.............................................................................................. 6,20 m


Maximum Length (including main rotor)........................................................ 8,00 m
Height ........................................................................................................... 2,50 m
Height on wheels ......................................................................................... 2,60 m
Interior cabin width........................................................................................ 1,30 m
Width of undercarriage.................................................................................. 1,80 m

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2 LIMITS IN USE
2.1 LIMITS IN WEIGHT
Maximum takeoff weight at sea level ............................................................ 450 kg
Standard empty weight ................................................................................. 280 kg
Maximum empty weight ................................................................................ 280 kg
Standard payload.......................................................................................... 170 kg
N.B : Suspended load totally prohibited.

The maximum take-off weight is limited by the national regulations related to ultralight
helicopters and by the engine output.
GENERAL RULE : always keep 1inHg (MAP) power margin in relation to
atmospheric pressure.

2.2 BALANCE LIMITS


The balance envelope is conditioned by the correct adjustment of the flight controls which
allow for full travel. The original setting of the horizontal stabiliser must not be modified.
Longitudinal balance is limited between the extreme afterward balance and the extreme
forward balance, corresponding to the limits tested in flight.
Between the forward and afterward balance limits, all variations are authorised insofar as the
maximum takeoff weight of 450 Kg is not exceeded.
Datum point .......................................................................................................rotor mast
Extreme forward balance authorised (from the mast) .........................................+136mm
Extreme aft balance authorised (from the mast) ..................................................-136mm
Minimum weight of solo pilot ................................................................................... 50 kg
Maximum weight of solo pilot (imperatively left hand seat) .................................... 125 kg
SOLO PILOT ALWAYS ON THE LEFT
N.B : For a standard H3 with properly adjusted flight controls :
-

Maximum forward center of gravity = 2 pilots weighing 200kg in total


Maximum backward center of gravity = 1 pilot weighing
Maximum lateral center of gravity = 1 pilot weighing 135kg

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2.3 SPEED LIMITS


Maximum speed (Vmax) ........................................................................... 145 km/h
Speed not to be exceeded (VNE) ............................................................. 155 km/h
Speed not to be exceeded (VNE) without lateral panels............... ........... 100 km/h
Green arc (up to Vmax) .................................................. from 70 km/h to 145 km/h
Yellow arc (Vmax to VNE) ............................................ from 145 km/h to 155 km/h
Red arc (above VNE)................................................................................ 155 km/h
Maximum crosswind limit ............................................................................ 30 km/h
N.B : colour code for instruments
Green : Normal operating range.
Yellow : Operating range requiring special attention.
Red : Indicates limits of operation.

2.4 LOAD FACTOR LIMITS


Limit of positive load factor ................................................................................+5g
Limit of negative load factor .................................... Negative load factor prohibited
N.B : As on all twin blade helicopters negative load factors are formally prohibited.

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2.5 AUTHORISED OPERATION


-

Daytime VFR flight is authorised.


Night time VFR flight is prohibited.
IFR flight is prohibited.
Aerobatic flight is prohibited.
Flight in icing or supercooling conditions is prohibited.
Maximum altitude density for operation is 10 000 ft.
Load capacity is for maximum of two persons including pilot.
In solo flight the pilot must be in the left hand seat.
Flight with lateral perspex canopy panels removed is authorised.
Tight turns authorised if machine remains within recommended speed, load
factor and weight limits.
- Dual controls authorised.
- The maximum lateral banking in flight is 66 (+2,5G). Beyond that angle, rotor
dynamic stall can occur.
- Slope landing : maximum 8 front, 4 lateral.
N.B :
In most countries the law prohibits flight with dual controls except in training flights accompanied
by a qualified instructor on board. Without an instructor it is necessary to remove the cyclic stick
on the passenger side.

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2.6 LIMITS ENGINE AND ROTOR RPM


RPM LIMITS ROTOR / ENGINE

93

ROTOR
RPM
480

ENGINE
RPM
5100

%
Low RPM under power
Low RPM under power
(ALARM)
Max RPM under power

96

500

5300

100

516

5500

Low RPM freewheel

106

540

5800

Max RPM freewheel

109

565

6000

Maximum rotor RPM ....................................................................109 % - 565 RPM


Maximum engine RPM...............................................................106 % - 5800 RPM
Rgime minimal du rotor .................................................................93% - 480 RPM

Instrument indications :
Tachometer
Rotor

Rotor

[RPM]

Red line

Engine

Tachometer
Engine

[RPM]

480

93

5100

500

96

5300

516

100

5500

530

103

5650

Yellow arc

Green arc

Yellow arc

Yellow arc
540

106

5800

109

6000

Red line

Red arc
565
Red line

Green arc

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2.7 TRANSMISSION LIMITS


Engine limits as found in the Rotax manual or its appendices take priority over information
provided in this manual for information purposes.
Climatic conditions for engine start-up
Minimum temperature ....................................................................................-15 C
Maximum temperature .................................................................................... 40 C
Engine block temperature
Low temperature caution range ............................................................. 60 to 75 C
Normal range ....................................................................................... 75 to 100 C
High temperature caution range ........................................................ 100 to 110 C
Maximum ...................................................................................................... 110 C
Engine oil pressure
Low oil pressure warning light..........................................................................1 bar
Main transmission oil temperature
Normal range ................................................................................... 60C to 110 C
Caution range ................................................................................ 110C to 125 C
Maximum ...................................................................................................... 125 C
Fual type
Regular fuel.................................................. automobile gasoline 95 to 100 octane
Occasional fuel ................................................................................AVGAS 100 LL
N.B : Green fuels are prohibited such as Ethanol. Some fuels induce knock in the cylinders and can
cause piston destruction instantly. Be careful.

2.8 NOISE LEVEL


Measurement conditions : unobstructed area, no background noise.
REFERENCE MEASUREMENT POINT

NOISE LEVEL
(EPNDB)

Takeoff
Approach
Overflight

71
73
69

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2.9 PLACARDS
In view of pilot and passenger:
SOLO PILOT IN LEFT HAND SEAT
HEAVIER OCCUPANT IN LEFT HAND SEAT
N.B : Nonetheless if the pilot in the right hand seat weighs up to 20 kg more than the passenger in the
left hand seat the helicopter remains perfectly controllable.

MAXIMUM WEIGHT FOR SOLO PILOT: 125 KG


MAX TAKEOFF WEIGHT: 450 KG
MINIMUIM WEIGHT FOR SOLO PILOT : 50 KG

VMAX :145 KM/H


VNE : 155 KM/H
FUEL : SP98/SP95
STARTER
MAGNETO

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3 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
3.1 ENGINE FAILURE GENERAL
- EVERY PILOT MUST BE PERFECTLY TRAINED FOR AUTOROTATION.
- A loss of power may be caused by a failure of engine or transmission.
- A change in the noise level, a yawing movement or a loss of revolutions (RPM)
may indicate an engine failure.
- A transmission failure may be indicated by an unusual noise, vibrations or
serious yawing. In all events, autorotation should be initiated.
- When hearing weird noise, shock, alert, lower the collective stick and perform.

3.2 ENGINE FAILURE ABOVE 500FT


-

Lower the collective completely and immediately to initiate autorotation.


Cut the throttle and push the left pedal down.
Maintain the speed around 100km/h.
Use collective to maintain rotor RPM.
Select landing point facing into wind.
Approaching the ground, act on the cyclic stick to flare and reduce rate of
descent WITHOUT RISING THE COLLECTIVE STICK.
- At around 10ft, push the cyclic forward to bring the machine to horizontal and
raise the collective to halt the descent.
- Preferably land into the wind.
WARNING : the first hold is necessary to brake the rate of descent. A rotor can only
support +2.5 to +3G ; beyond this limit, the helicopter risks passing through the
flare, i.e. that the rate of descent is not sufficiently attenuated and the machine
impacts on the ground.

3.3 ENGINE FAILURE AT LOW ALTITUDE AND LOW SPEED


- Left pedal down
- Above 5ft, slightly lower collective.
- Use collective to cushion contact with the ground
N.B : If the Quick Stop isnt possible, land sliding.

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3.4 GOVERNOR FAILURE


If there is a failure of the governor in flight, use the throttle to maintain rotor RPM manually
and land using an average angle approach. The throttle control must be used to ensure full
power and RPM. The pilots must be trained to control the throttle manually.

3.5 FORCED DITCHING WITHOUT ENGINE POWER


- Autorotation procedure until contact with water.
- Lay the helicopter down on the left as soon as contact has been made with
water in order to stop the rotation of the rear rotor.
- Detach the safety belts and evacuate the cabin rapidly as soon as the rotor has
completely stopped turning.

3.6 FORCED LANDING UNDER POWER


-

Move into hover over the water,


Unbolt the doors and release safety belts
Evacuate the passenger
Fully cut the engine and left pedal down.
Slow rate of descent by pulling on the cyclic.
Lay the helicopter down on the left hand side in order to stop the rotor blades to
the rear.
- Leave the machine as soon as the rotor has stopped.

3.7 REAR TRANSMISSION OR REAR ROTOR FAILURE IN


TRANSITION
- Sudden yaw to the left that cannot be controlled with the right pedal if the
airspeed is below 100km/km/h. Above 100km/h the vertical stabilisers remain
efficient enough to maintain heading +/- 25%.
- Initiate autorotation immediately and then adjust power.
- Maintain 110 km/h to maintain so that the vertical stabilisers assist in keeping
heading.
- Close throttle to idle and slightly increase collective. Hold the cyclic to the right
to limit sideslip.
- On final, throttle to idle and sliding landing under autorotation.

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3.8 REAR TRANSMISSION OR REAR ROTOR FAILURE IN


HOVERING FLIGHT
- Sudden yaw to the left that cannot be controlled with the right pedal.
- Keep machine horizontal and raise collective to cushion impact.
- Cut the throttle immediately.

3.9 ENGINE FIRE ON START-UP


- Cut engine and evacuate.
- Extinguish the fire with an extinguisher, a fire hose, or a woollen blanket, sand
or earth.

3.10 ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT


- Rapid descent under autorotation.
- Land under power if possible.
- If engine is operating, open the throttle and make a normal landing.

3.11 ALARM AND WARNING LIGHTS


Red lights Low RPM rotor + audio alarm at 92%
Action : lower the collective and twist the throttle handle through the governor to recover rotor
RPM immediately.
Several situations should be considered :
- In hovering flight, lower the collective and open wide the throttle.
- At altitude, with a sufficient margin, you can fully lower the collective, open wide
the throttle to recover the rotor RPM and pick up speed.
In any case you should not follow your initially planned approach if you have a Low RPM
warning.
Red charging light
If the alternator fails, the engine continues running but you should land as soon as possible
as the fans may cease operating.

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Orange warning light Low Fuel


This warning will light up when there are 7L of fuel remaining. The engine will run dry after
about 20 minutes of operation at nominal power.
Action : you should land within 5 minutes : no emergency.
Orange warning filings detector main transmission
This warning lights up if metallic particles are detected in the main transmission gearbox.
Action : you should land within 5 minutes : no emergency
Orange warning light rear transmission
This warning lights up if metallic particles are detected in the rear transmission gearbox.
Action : you should land within 5 minutes : no emergency

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4 NORMAL PRE-FLIGHT
PROCEDURES

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CHECK-OUT

4.1 PRE-FLIGHT INSPECTION


4.1.1 TARMAC AND ENVIRONMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.

Sweater/jacket or pollution, check that nothing can be sucked into the rotors.
No human or animal presence closer than 20m.
Wind speed and direction.
Obstacles and clearance in departure zones.

4.1.2 AIRFRAME
1. Remove the parking strap from rear facing rotor.
2. Undercarriage : wheels removed or locked.
3. Fuel tank : check level, filler cap closed, selector opened, filters, leaks.
4. Horizontal pitch rod : enough clearance from the landing skids.
5. Exhaust : no cracks
6. Radiator and fans : check for grass or debris and check for leaks.
7. Check for oil, coolant or fuel leaks on and below engine and transmissions.
8. Check drive pulley for signs of wear
9. Check pitot tube facing forward.
10. Check condition of drive belts and check that no foreign objects can obstruct
them.
11. Juboflex : no deformation.
12. Rotor blades : check along full length.
13. Horizontal stabiliser : check no objects left lying there and carefully check
attachments. Check the vertical stabilisers.
14. Rear transmission gearbox : check for leaks and oil level.
15. Rear rotor blades : check appearance.
16. Check the water level in the water expansion tank.
17. Do complete walk around check and observe everything
N.B : If a maintenance operation has been performed, check.

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4.1.3 CABIN INTERIOR


18. Check for fuel smell.
19. Pedal lines straight. It is normal to feel a point of resistance in the pedal
movement when stopped (but not at operating RPM).
20. No loose objects.
21. Empty seat : seatbelt fastened, not impeding collective.
22. Instrument panel : check the zeros.
23. Controls free and full travel of all 5 controls.
24. Check that when left hand collective is fully lowered, the central collective is
against the lower stop (to guarantee autorotation).
25. Check maximum manifold pressure and atmospheric pressure.
26. Throttle in idle position.
27. Controls are not installed on the passenger side.
28. Doors are locked.

4.2 STARTUP
Belts
Doors
Ignition switch
Governor switch
LOW RPM switch
Clutch with
Fuel
Balance
Throttle
Contact
Warnings
Breakers
Pedals
Cyclic plate
Surroundings
Starter
Ignition light
Oil pressure
Rotors
RPM
Engine block
RPM
Warning low RPM
Freewheel
Instruments
Governor
Surroundings

Attached
Closed and latched
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Verified and calculated
Verified and calculated
Full - idle
ON
Alight (charge, press, low RPM)
Pushed in
Check travel
Test movement 3cm
Clear
START at 2200 2500 RPM
Not alight
1,5 bars minimum
Engage clutch after 30 sec
Increase to 300 rotor RPM
Wait for 70C before takeoff
Increase to 5400RPM (100%)
Off
Check de-synchronisation RPM/rotor
Checked
ON (green LED)
Clear

Note : in very cold climatic conditions, the engine should be run up with rotors turning at
100% to heat the reduction and other bearings, before takeoff.

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4.3 TAKE OFF


Vibrations
Holding in hover
RPM
Balance
Controls
T
Oil pressure
Controls
Transition
Take-off

None
Check
Stable
Checked
Normal, free and no shimmy
Min 70C
Min 1,5 bar
Normal, free and no shimmy
Control trajectory
Minimum 70km/h before climb

4.4 CRUISE
Collective
Cyclic
Instruments / Alarms
External safety
Altitude
Airspeed
RPM

Adjust
Do not let go
Regular visual check (green)
Permanent vigilance
Min. 500ft
100 to 140km/h
Monitor

4.5 APPROACH AND LANDING


Where possible, always opt for an upwind approach and check wind direction during your
study of planned landing zone.
POWER MANAGEMENT
Reminders : climb configuration: power : 100%, airspeed 80 km/h (possibility 106% if
necessary for a few seconds)
Configuration for level flight: up to maximum continuous power
Configuration for descent : power on demand (in relation to descent plan chosen) 90km/h
airspeed on approach).

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4.6 AUTOROTATION
This is the most common safety measure that must be taken naturally. It is strongly advised
to learn to perform this operation as often as possible, in order for it to become completely
reflexive.
Autorotation should be practiced from an altitude of 100m o above and an airspeed
de 100km/h :
-

Initiate at a safe altitude.


Check clear below, forward and left and right.
Lower collective to lower stop.
Reduce throttle.
Reach and maintain airspeed of 90-100km/h.
Manage rotor RPM during descent
Approaching the ground, start to flare by acting on the cyclic without touching
the collective.
- Maintain heading to ensure that on impact with the ground there is no sideways
movement.
- In completing flare (when the tail is about to sink) flatten our (in non sliding
mode) and start to provide lift with the collective without causing the machine to
climb.

4.7 ENGINE SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE


After touchdown
Throttle
Cyclic
Pedals
RPM
T
Avionics
Contacts

Immediately lower collective


to stop position
Immediately to idle
Neutral
Neutral
Idle for 1 minute
Wait for significant drop
Off
OFF one after the other

On shut down do not brake the rotor by using the collective.


When left free, the wind can cause the rotor to swing over to head height. Any movement of
persons below the rotor disc during shutdown is extremely dangerous. The pilot must survey
the aircrafts surroundings and hold the cyclic to prevent the rotor swinging over.

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4.8 CHECKOUT
Having shut down the engine, watch the time that it takes for the rotor to stop.
Get in the habit of placing your hand on the main and rear transmissions and checking the
thermal label (tell-a-temp) on them.
If the fuel level is low, lower the tail to check the LOW FUEL level sensor.
WARNING :
-

If the collective lever is too free, it is too sensitive.


If the collective frictions are too tightened, there are vibrations and shymmi.
If the cyclic stick is too free, it is too sensitive.
If the cyclic frictions are too tightened, control if difficult
For autorotation, adjust to have 516 RPM, solo pilot at 90km/h
(refer to assembly manual)

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5 PERFORMANCE
5.1 GENERAL
Performance data given in this chapter result from measurements made in standard
atmosphere and at maximum takeoff weight.
WARNING : Always keep at least 1 inHG (MAP) in relation to atmospheric pressure.
Reminder : flight is authorised with atmospheric temperatures between 10C and +35C
(For conditions outside this range please consult Dynali
Reminder : the maximum altitude in cruise is 10 000ft
Warning : information regarding performance indicated in this chapter was obtained under
optimal flight conditions, Performance shown under other conditions may vary substantially
from this.

5.2 ALTITUDE DENSITY DIAGRAMME

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5.3 DIAGRAMME : HOVER IN GROUND EFFECT

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5.4 DIAGRAMME : HOVER OUTSIDE GROUND EFFECT

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5.5 DIAGRAMME HEIGHT/ AIRSPEED


Hard but smooth surface, Light wind - Power at 104%

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5.6 ENGINE PERFORMANCE DIAGRAMME


Please refer to Rotax 912ULS engine manual to find performance curves.

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6 WEIGHT AND BALANCE SHEET


6.1 EMPTY WEIGHT ET BALANCE
The empty weight of a Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport helicopter includes :
- basic flight equipment,
- engine oil, transmission gearbox oils,
- coolant liquid,
- The quantity of unusable fuel.
The empty weight and the empty C.G. must be measured for each Dynali H3 EasyFlyer
Sport helicopter, once assembly is completed. The empty weight may not in any case
(except for options) exceed the standard reference empty weight as indicated in this manual.
Standard empty weight .280 kg
Maximum takeoff weight ......450 kg
Standard payload...170 kg
Datum..defined as vertically from main rotor mast
Forward balance limit in relation to datum...136 mm
Aft balance limit in relation to datum...-136 mm

6.2 PROCEDURE FOR WEIGHING EMPTY


6.2.1 Preparation of the aircraft
- Purge the fuel,
- Check oil levels,
- Check that all equipment included in the basic configuration are correctly
installed,
- Check the cleanliness of the aircraft and remove any foreign body,

6.2.2 Method to determine empty C.G. position


- Place a water level on the rotor mast,
- Suspend the helicopter from a spring balance and hang on the rear rotor
protection with a weight balance, place on a 80cm-high support,
- Adjust the spring balance to keep the rotor mast vertical,
- Read the spring balance value (A) and the weight balance value (B),
- The center of gravity is located at X = B / (A+B) * 3884mm, behind the mast.

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6.3 CALCULATION OF WEIGHT AND BALANCE


The aircraft may only be used within the limits of weight and balance described in paragraph
2.8
Any additional load exceeding these limits may lead to an insufficient amplitude in the flight
controls.
For each part of a helicopter there is an associated weight expressed in kilos and a moment
in relation to the datum point (the rotor mast) expressed in kg*m. This moment corresponds
to the weight of the part multiplied by the distance from the centre of gravity of the part by
reference to the datum.
Before each flight you should :
- Check that the position of the C.G. of your Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport, as it will be on
takeoff, is within the fore and aft balance limits.
- Ensure that the takeoff weight of your Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport does not exceed the
maximum authorised takeoff weight 450 kg.
These two conditions are met if the point defined by the takeoff weight and the position of the
C.G. are within the range of the longitudinal CG (see figure showing longitudinal balance
range). If either of these conditions is not met, you must cancel the flight. Under these
circumstances, think of the possibility of carrying less fuel or a lighter passenger.
The table below sums up the weights and distances from the datum and the moment
associated with the various parts of the helicopter and its payload.
Item
Standard empty weight

Weight (kg)

Distance % datum Moment (kg.mm)


(mm)

280

-136

-38080

Passenger

Mpax

606

Mpax x 606

Useable fuel
(0.7 kg/l)

Mfuel

-170

Mfuel x 170

The solo pilot must weigh at least 50 kg. Below this weight the rear balance limit is exceeded.
Below this weight, ballast must be added to maintain an equivalent of 50 kg minimum on the
passenger seat..
The maximum weight of the solo pilot is 125kg.
THE SOLO PILOT MUST IMPERATIVELY TAKE THE LEFT HAND SEAT !

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6.4 INDIVIDUAL WEIGHT SHEET

INDIVIDUAL WEIGHT SHEET (to be completed and retained in this manual)


DYNALI H3 EASYFLYER SPORT
DATE
N AIRFRAME (s/n)

OWNER
NAME

DYNA

REGISTRATION

ADDRESS

PLACE OF WEIGHING

METHOD OF WEIGHING (specify : spring balance, scales, other),

EMPTY WEIGHT
The empty weight is the weight of a Dynali H3 Sport helicopter
empty but including the basic on-board equipment,
- full engine oil
- coolant liquid

kg
POSITION EMPTY CG % DATUM*
at .. mm in front of wheel axles
= ......... mm rear of axis of rotor mast

mm

*Datum = axis of rotor mast

NOTES
The empty CG measured at mm aft of the mast axis, i.e., forward of**, aligned
with**, aft of** the standard CG of the H3 Sport (located at 136 mm behind the mast
axis)
* *delete where not applicable

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6.5 LATERAL BALANCE


The Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport is equipped with dual controls. Apart from solo flights, for
which the pilot must be in the left hand seat, the Dynali H3 Sport may be flown from the left
or the right hand seat. In order to guarantee the easy piloting of the aircraft, the left hand
side must always be heavier than the right hand side.

SOLO PILOT MUS BE IN LEFT HAND SEAT


MINIMUM WEIGHT IN SOLO : 50 KG

TWO PEOPLE ON BOARD:


PLACE HEAVIER PERSON IN LEFT HAND SEAT

SOLO PILOT
Maximum weight of solo pilot without ballast in right hand seat : 125 kg
125kg on the left corresponds to the limit of travel of the cyclic acceptable on the right to
maintain the manoeuverability. Above 125 kg in the left hand seat, add ballast in the right
hand seat corresponding to the weight of the pilot relative to 125 kg
TWO PEOPLE ON BOARD
The condition for balancing the aircraft to compensate for the thrust of the tail rotor is 13 kg
more on the left hand seat (**) so that the rotor mast is vertical in hover. However the aircraft
remains maneuverable, although listing. See Chapter 6, 6.3
(**) This explains the obligation for the solo pilot to take the left hand seat.

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7 SYSTEMS
7.1 GENERAL
The purpose of this chapter is to introduce the pilot who has not assembled his Dynali H3
EasyFlyer Sport to the various systems forming part of this helicopter. Further information
can be found in the assembly manual. We advise all pilots to read through this in order to
better understand the design and mechanics of the Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport.

7.2 AIRFRAME
The Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport is a two seater single engine helicopter with a single main
rotor of mainly metal construction and equipped with landing skids. The basic protective
structure of the airframe is in welded tubular stainless steel tubes to provide maximum
passive safety for the crew.
The tail of the Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport is made of aluminium and carbon tubing. Carbon
external fairing in carbon is included but has no structural role. The fire partition is built of
carbon fibre.

7.3 UNDERCARRIAGE
The undercarriage is made of aluminium and stainless steel tubing. It is of shock absorbing
design with two legs designed for progressive deformation on each side (passive safety).
The two black balls located in the front are necessary to avoid vibration. They also provide
protection in the case of landing on uneven surfaces such a ploughed fields. The two central
tubes of the skids (that bond left and right side) can bend in a curve, giving some flexibility to
the undercarriage. Deformation of the central tubes can not exceed 17mm.

7.4 MAIN ROTOR


The blades are made of extruded high resistance aluminium. As a safety precaution, their
service life is provisionally limited to 500h. A mark is traced on the upper side of the blade to
check for possible permanent elongation of the aluminium. They are held by stainless steel
sheets and aluminium blade roots.
Four stop bearings with oblique contact allow for the blade root to oscillate to set the pitch.
They are over-dimensioned and can support excess speed up to 600RPM. These bearings
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causing shimmy in the cyclic pitch control. They should be replaced as soon as the shymmi
can be strongly felt.
The ball joints of the blade rods have a little play ; they should be greased with traditional
grease. The seven bolts and the two blade screws are set in position on a template.
Dismounting them may cause misalignment.

7.5 REAR (ANTI-TORQUE) ROTOR


The rear rotor is equipped with four blades in order to keep a small diameter which provides
for a greater degree of safety.
The four blades are composed of carbon, held by blade roots which are not articulated. The
blade roots are held in nylon bearings which rapidly develop play. This play does not affect
the performance as the nylon bearings are held by stop bearings with flat rollers. In
operation, the centrifugal force maintains the roots firmly in place which press uniformly on
the whold crown of the bearings.
Only the rollers of these bearings must be greased and all surplus grease is immediately
evacuated by the 1kg of centrifugal force. The rollers dry and sometime corrode rapidly but
no intervention is required as long as the pedals do not show stiffness. All that has to be
done then is to dismantle, clean with gasoline and grease the corroded rollers without
necessarily changing them.

7.6 TRANSMISSIONS
A drive pulley is bolted directly onto the transmission shaft at the exit to the engine.
Four V-belts transfer the movement to the receiving pulley which houses one freewheel. The
shaft transmits the movement forward to the main rotor via the main transmission and to the
rear rotor via a flector joint and then the rear transmission. The belts occasionally slap. This
makes a metallic sound but is not damaging. The carbon fairing amplifies all mechanical
noises.
The long shaft which drives the rear rotor is supported by seven intermediate bearings in the
tail tube.
The main transmission gearbox (MTG) contains conic gearing with spiral teeth providing a
single stage of reduction with splash lubrication. The large upper bearing in the main
transmission gearbox may leak a little. This is not a problem as all precautions have been
taken : sponge clean and watch the oil level. No intervention is required as long as the lip of
the bearing flange fills up clearly.
The conical spiral gearing of the main transmission gearbox is a part that wears out rapidly.
The gearbox should be emptied regularly to filter the oil or renew it and also the caliper of the
iron fillings on the magnetic plug should be surveyed.

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Every 250h, the main transmission gearbox should be opened in order to inspect/replace the
conical gear and the bearings. The method to control the level can be found in chapter 303 of
this assembly manual.
The rear transmission gearbox (RTG) also has a pair of conic gears with spiral teeth and
splash lubrication. The entry and exit shafts are of stainless steel. It does not present any
problem of wear.

7.7 ENGINE
H3 EasyFlyer Sport

Carburettors

Injection

Engine
Bore
Max. power output
Cooling system

Rotax 912ULS
Rotax 912ULS-I
1350 cm3
1350 cm3
100 HP
110 HP
water, oil, air

Note : Rotax are one of the best engines in the world. However, Rotax does not guarantee its
engines when thse are used in rotary wing aircraft.
Precaution : some brands of fuel generate engine knock and then destruction of the pistons
in a very short time.

7.8 FLIGHT CONTROLS


Standard equipment includes dual controls. The cyclic on the passenger side can be folded
away. The rules only allow dual control during training flights with instructor.
All controls operate through control rods with ball joint endings. The flight controls of the
Dynali H3 EasyFlyer Sport operate in the same manner as those of most other helicopters.
The cyclic and the collective control the pitch of each blade via the cyclic plate.
Warning : the controls are very sensitive, this being why we recommend frictions on the three
controls. Fully unscrew and re-screw 11 threads the lateral frictions and 6 threads the pitch
friction.
The collective is also of the classical type with a throttle twist grip. A correlator activates the
throttle in relation to the collective position but a fine adjustment is still necessary using a
servo-motor called a governor. The governor operates on the pilots throttle control and
gathers its information from the probe of the rotor rev-counter.
The friction of the collective lever is set by the degree of tightening of its attachment bolt.
Takeoff with a failed governor is possible but the pilot must control the throttle himself to
maintain 100% rotor RPM until after landing.

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The pedals act on the pitch variator lever of the rear rotor through two teleflex cables.
Note : The teleflex cables do not bear any particular stress. A system of counter rotating
pinions neutralises the pushing effort on the pedals.

7.9 ENGINE CLUTCH DRIVE BELTS


The engine is mounted on shock absorbers silentblocs and suspended by a two rods which
act as a clutch by lowering or raising the engine.
The tension in the drive belts is provided by the two suspending rods and an electric jack
which moves them.

7.10 FUEL CIRCUIT


The engine is fed directly by 2 fuel pumps.
The two fuel taps each have a filter.
The central tank has a capacity of 60L of gasoline.

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8 HANDLING AND MAINTENANCE


8.1 GENERAL
This chapter describes the recommended procedures for the handling and maintenance of
the Dynali H3 Easyflyer Sport helicopter.
Any person designated by the assembler of the kit or the new owner is authorised to perform
maintenance operations, under the authority of the owner.
We ask that each new owner contacts us and remains in close contact with Dynali or his
local official distributor in order to receive the latest service bulletins concerning the Dynali
H3 EasyFlyer Sport.
In the event of sale of his helicopter, the original assembler should inform the new owner of
the manuals that he requires and suggest that he contact Dynali or the authorised distributor.
Furthermore, the internet site www.dynali.com regularly shows new information made
available to everybody.
Under the regularions, the responsibility for the maintenance of a micro-might helicopter lies
exclusively with the assembler / proprietor / operator of the helicopter. He must ensure
that servicing is performed in compliance with the Maintenance Manual and the
recommendations of Dynali SPRL.
All limits, procedures, safety practices, part life cycles and total time expiry life cycles shown
in the present manual are considered as mandatory.

8.2 OBLIGATORY DOCUMENTS


The following documents must be permanently left aboard the aircraft :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Airworthiness Certificate
Registration Certificate
Radio operation certificate (if the helicopter has a radio)
Insurance Certificate
Weight sheet
Checklists
Flight manual

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8.3 MAINTENANCE
All maintenance work must be noted in the appropriate log book which must contain, at the
least, the following information :
-

Date of performance of the work.


Number of hours flight logged.
Description of the work and remarks.
Name of the technician.
Superviser signature.
Telephone contact with Dynali Helicopter Company which is always possible, if
any doubt subsists if there is any doubt concerning the work.

8.4 MAINTENANCE AND PROCEDURES


Dynali SPRL requires that the following inspections should be made :
1) Daily inspections described in 4.1.
2) Every 10h. The pilot may perform this after having followed a training course
with an authorised distributor.
3) Every 50h. The pilot may perform this after having followed a training course
with an authorised distributor.
4) Every 100h. The pilot may perform this after having followed a training course
with an authorised distributor.
5) Every 250h. The pilot may perform this after having followed a training course
with an authorised distributor
6) Every 500h. This operation must be performed by an authorised distributor.
7) Every 1000h. This operation must be performed by an authorised distributor.
8) Every 2000h. This operation must be performed by an authorised distributor.
Dynali SPRL recommends a full inspection of the machine every 12 months. This must be
performed by an authorised distributor.
Furthermore as from the 50th hour, the operation to be undertaken is, in fact, a series of
operations. For example, after 2000 hours, all the maintenance operations included in the 10,
25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 and 2000h. checks must be performed.

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MAINTENANCE TRACKING SHEET


Machine :
Registration
Serial N
Delivery date
Observations

Owner :
Name
First name
Address
Telephone

Maintenance calendar:
Machine hours

Comments

25
50
75
100
125
150
175
200
225
250
275
300
325
350
375
400
425
450
etc.

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10 HOURS SERVICE
The following service procedure must be performed after every 10 hours flight
!"#$%&'()&
&
CANOPY
Check the hinges, the pitot tube the canopy and the wool thread
&
CABIN SHELL
Check the rear attachments and the sealing tape
&
ROTOR
Check the rotor blades, the blade tips, check absence of leaks at
&

CYCLIC PLATE

DOUBLE SCISSORS
ENGINE

RADIATOR

FUEL TANK

MAIN TRANSMISSION
TRANSMISSION SHAFT

BELTS AND PULLEYS


FLECTOR
TAIL TUBE

TAIL STABILISER

TAIL ROTOR
SURROUND
REAR ROTOR
TRANSMISSION
GEARBOX

REAR ROTOR BLADES


OIL LEVEL
WATER LEVEL

the blade roots, the free swing over of the blades and the swing
over stop on the nylon ring
Test the free movement of the pitch rods
Test ball joints
Check the bellows
Test the free movement of the control rods
Check for cracks on the drive collar
Check that the ball joint extensions are not bent
Check absence of leaks under engine
Check the 3 springs on the carburettors (fuel, choke, attachment)
Check attachment of air vent tube
Check attachment of air filters
Check for leaks in drain dishes
Check for cracks in drain dishes
Check the 2 x 4 exhaust springs
Check no cracks on exhaust
Check no leaks on panels
Check attachment lugs collars and rivets
Check for leaks in water and oil hoses
Check that bottom of tank is dry
Check that taps are not open
Check that there is no water in the filters
Check that there are no oil leaks
Check the thermal tabs
Check the bearings
Check that there is no play
Check that there is no leak of grease
Check the three blocking collars (pulley and support bearings)
Check the rubber sleeve
Check the state of the drive belts
Check the wear of the pulleys
Check the state of the flector
Check the attachment of the tail tube
Check the attachment plates
Check attachment ball-joints for the support struts
Check attachments for the teleflexes
Check the upper strut attachments
Check attachment collars
Check support struts
Check stabiliser
Check attachment lugs
Check for cracks in collar
Check thermal tag
Check oil level
Check for oil leaks
Check the six lugs of the variator and the lock-wire
Check state of teleflex
Manually check the travel of the mechanism
Check for cracks and chipping
Check
Check level in the expansion tank

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&

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&
&
&

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&
&

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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
0 = Inspection
1 = Replacement
Warning : those service life hours are estimated service life.

25h

50h

100h

1year
250h

2 years
500h

4 years
1000h

10 years
2000h

GENERAL SUPPLIES
000

RUBBER HOSES

1000h : Change all hoses, coolant, oil and fuel

301

CHASSIS & UNDERCARRIAGE

301000

TUBULAR H3 CHASSIS

100h : Check all accessible welds with out dismantling


anything. Check the two extremities of the tail tube.
301100

WHOLE UNDERCARRIAGE

25h : Check width of skids 1890mm. Check welds and


wear of steel soles

302

ROTAX ENGINE AND ENGINE MOUNT

302010

ENGINE MOUNT

250h : Check welds and absence of cracks


202020

ENGINE MOUNT SHOCK BLOCK

100h : Check for deformation of rubber

303

0 or 1

MAIN TRANSMISSION GEARBOX (MTG)

250h : Replacement if wear of the pinions is observed. If


MTG is airworthy, the customer has the choice to prolonge
its MTG, with periodic inspection every 100h and if
needed, replacement. Replace complete MTG every
2000h.
OIL SAE 70 90 HYPOD
50h : Oil change
203410

CONIC GEARING PAIR

0 or 1

250h : Remove entry cover for MTG with the bevel gear to
inspect the teeth and the bottom needle bearing. Check
the play of the bearings and the state of wear of the crown
teeth. If gears/bearings worn, replace gears and bearings.
ACCESSORIES, PROBES AND TUBES
217300

THERMAL TAG

203170

MAGNETIC CHIP DETECTOR

1
0

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MAN TRANSMISSION

304060

DRIVE PULLEY

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Chang pulley and drive belts as soon as it is no longer


possible to tighten the belts under correct conditions
(engine horizontal) or that at 100% (5490RPM), the rotor
ios no longer at 515RPM
RECEIVING PULLEY
304330

FREE WHEEL

250h : Clean and grease. Replace freewheel if it has


become noisy.
304345

BSEALING RING

MAIN TRANSMISSION SHAFT


250h : Remove the shaft for inspection. N.B. keep the
FORWARD TIGHTENING RING well in place.
203560

O-RING (ON MTG ENTRY SHAFT)

304310

BRASS RING

1
0

50h : Displace the o-ring to check that the brass ring is


holding.
304320

O-RING (ON BRASS RING)

304366

MAIN TRANSMISSION SHAFT

1
0

25h : Check that there is no play at the point of insertion of


the shaft.
250h : Visual check of the wear of the grooves. Clean and
grease.
204420

BEARING GYE35-KRR-B EN (YAR 207)

304450

BELTS

25h : Check the tension of the belts and the alignment of


the pulleys. The lift of the belts will vary widely according
to the circumstances.
BELT STRETCHER MECHANISM
304520

BEARING STOPPER

250h : Check for play in the nylon bearings of the stretcher


shaft. Clean and grease.
304550

M8 KEY SCREW

25h : Grease if necessary, re-tighten if required.


304254

LONG ARTICULATION

50h : Check wear of nylon, tighten if necessary


304590

BELT CLAMP GUIDE

25h : Check for cracks

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ROTOR MAST MAIN STOP

305012

MAST STOP SLEEVE

305030

STOP BEARING 7208-B-2RS-TPV

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1
0

250h : Raise the mast by 20cm, check for abrasion to the


right of the bearing. Grease with CHAIN LUB.
205020

SLEEVE SCREW

305040

SLEEVE COVER

1
0

25h : Check for wear on the mast which could be caused


by the cover
305070
205090

ROTOR MAST AND IR RINGS


BEARING RING IR 30X35X30

205080

SWING OVER STOP RING

1
1

50h : Swing over the rotor and check the stop against the
stop ring. Check that the ball joints are free.

306

CYCLIC PLATE

306010

GUIDE FORK

25h : Possible deformation (play between axis and guide


is acceptable)
UPPER DOUBLE COMPASS
206030

BAR BEARING 626 2RS

50h : Check that there is no play


206055

SPACER BETWEEN BEARINGS

306070

WELDED FORK M8

1
0

100h : Check that there are no cracks


306090

BALL JOINT SAKAC 8

CYCLIC PLATE
306180

GCYCLIC PLATE STUD SUP M10

306185

GCYCLIC PLATE STUD SUP M8

306300

CENTRAL BALL JOINT GEH 40 TXG3E 2RS

306240

BEARINGS 61816 2RS

206295

LATERALSTUD CYCLIC PLATE

206296

LATERAL SOCKET

206294

FRICTION DAMPER

206353

BALL JOINT SALKB 10 F LEFT HAND THREAD

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0

50h : Grease the ball joints, watch out for play


206354

BALL JOINT SAKB 10 F RIGHT HAND THREAD

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MAIN ROTOR HEAD

307010

PAIR OF BLADES

EDITION N0
AUGUST 2014

25h : Check adhesion of blade tip plates


100h : Check stretching benchmark at 1000 mm
(Tolerance +1mm). Check general aspect on upper and
lower surfaces
307030

BLADE

207200

BLADE ROOT AND STOP BEARINGS FOR BLADE

307300

BLADE ROOT TWO SLOTS

1
1
1

OIL ATF + SLICK 50 PTFE 300CC


207340

BLADE ROOT COVER

207320

SEALING RING

1
1
0

25h : Check for absence of leak


307210

SPINDLE AXLE BEARING

307100

BLADE GRIP

FLANGES
307470

FLANGE

207500

ROCKER ARM BEARING NKXR 35Z

1
0

25h : Swing over rotor head to check for absence of


stiffness.
250h : Replace ring and bearings if the rings are marked
by the needles

308

CONTROLS : CYCLIC AND INTERMIXING BELL


INTERMIXER AND REAR STIRRUPS

308150

HINGE M1

208170

INTER BEARING SPACER

208160

BEARING 6000 2RS

208120

BEARING SAKAC 10M (HINGE)

208100

208122
208130

PALONNIER TANGAGE EN L GAUCHE + ROULEMENT


SERTI
L SHAPED PITCH PEDAL RIGHT TIGHTENED
BEARING
SPACER 12/8 L5 (PEDALS / CENTRAL BALL JOINT)
BEARING SACAK 8M (CONTROL RODS)

208133

SPACER 12/8 L8 ALU

000107

SPACER NYLON SLEEVE L14 (BALL JOINT 208120)

000106

208132

SPACER NYLON SLEEVE L12 (FORWARD BALL JOINT


208130)
SPACER 10/6 L5 ALU (FORWARD BALL JOINT
208130)
LONGITUDINAL TUBE FORWARD END

208040

SPACER (INTER BEARINGS)

208050

BEARING 608 2RS

208130

BALL JOINT M8 (CHASSIS)

208105

1
1
1
0

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
0

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CONTROLS : COLLECTIVE AND CONTROL RODS + TRIMS & FRICTIONS


BASE OF COLLECTIVE

209020

BEARING 61804 2RS

209025

BEARING 6001 2RS

209040

FRICTION RINGS

1
1
0

25h : Friction free without governor


COLLECTIVE STIFFENER
309072

NYLON RING

309070

ATTACHMENT TAB FOR COLLECTIVE STIFFENER

50h : Tighten and then loosen for freewheel without play


COLLECTIVE LEVERS
309180

LEFT COLLECTIVE LEVER M8 (STUD M8)

309190

CENTRAL COLLECTIVE LEVER (THROTTLE CONTROL)

309200

THROTTLE AXLE

250h : Check the axle is not deformed


CONTROL RODS
309340

LOWER PITCH ROD

309345

BALL JOINT SAKAC 10M

209350

BALL JOINT SAKAC 8M

209350

BALL JOINT SAKAC 8M (UPPER)

BIELLE COUPLAGE GAZ


209573

SPACER
TRIMS AND BUNGEES

309

COLLECTIVE BUNGEE

310

THROTTLE TRIM BUNGEE

1
0

25h : Check the state of the bungee. It holds the throttle in


position : very important

310

THROTTLE

310100

THROTTLE CLAMP

250h :Tighten the bolt on the clamp

310120

THTOTTLE CABLE AND CHOKE CABLE


(CARBURETTORS)
THROTTLE CABLE / CHOKE DOUBLE

50h : Check that the cables do not catch in the sleeves.


210009

TAB ATTACHMENT THROTTLE CABLE MTG

310010

TAB ATTACHMENT CHOKE CABLE MTG

210122

HEART SHAPED THIMBLE 2

50h : Check that the cable can not slip out of the thimble
210132

CABLE CLAMP WITH SCREW 2

50h : Check tightness of cable clamp


GOVERNOR
210360

TOOTHED DRIVE BELT

50h : Check the tension on the belt

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PEDALS - TELEFLEX

211010

SUPPORT BEARING PEDALS

EDITION N0
AUGUST 2014

500h : Check for play and grease if necessary


311040

FORWARD PEDAL BAR

311050

REAR PEDAL BAR

311060

RUDDER PEDALS

1
1
0

100h : Check welds


Note : The pedals may become stiffer when the blade
bearings are too dry.

312

ENGINE 912ULS COOLANT, OIL & EXHAUSTS

302000

ENGINEROTAX 912ULS

500h : Check compressions


1000h : Full inspection
SPARK PLUGS 912ULS (BPR8E)

ENGINE OIL FILTER FILTRE


SYNCHRO CARBURETTORS

1
0

25h : Open the throttle, the two axes of the butterfly valves
are identically horizontal
CARBURATTORS

250h :check carburettors, (needles, joints, floaters,


needle valve, attachment bridles)
RUBBER BRIDLES

250h : Check absence of tearing. Remove carburettors to


check inside of bridles.
MECHANICAL FUEL PUMP
500h : Replace membranes

THROTTLE SPRINGS

250h : Replace throttle springs


REDUCTION GEAR, PINIONS, SHAFT

250h / 500h : Check wear and replace bearings s


SYNTHETIC MOTOR CYCLE RACING OIL 1L

CYLINDER COMPRESSIONS
312060

COLLIAR OIL TANK

ENGINE OIL AND COOLANT RADIATOR


312300

RADIATOR EAU/HUILE A8 E32

312301

ALUMINIUM TUBE (ON RADIATOR)

25h : If slight leakage, replace the 2x2 o-rings


312303

O-RING D12

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EDITION N0
AUGUST 2014

RADIATOR ATTACHMENT LUG

FANS
312401

FAN SPAL VA08-AP10/C-23A 12V

212400

LARGE FAN SPAL VA08-AP70/LL-23MA 12V

312410

FAN PANEL

1
1
1

ENGINE OIL AND COOLANT HOSES


312510

ELBOWED COOLANT HOSE 36

PROBE THERMO SWITCH FAN (ON RADIATOR)


312720

WATER EXPANSION TANK 0,5L ROTAX

LIQUID GLYCOL PERMANENT


EXHAUST 4/1

313

1
0

CONTROL PANEL AND ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT


INDICATOR LIGHTS CONTROL PANEL

213210

INDICATOR LIGHT RED = CHARGE

213211

213212

INDICATOR LIGHT ORANGE = MTG = RTG = LOW


FUEL = LOW RPM
INDICATOR LIGHT GREEN = FANS

213

INDICATOR LIGHT & AUDIO WARNING LOW RPM

213

INDICATOR LIGHT & AUDIO WARNING LOW RPM


SOCKET
ACCESSORIES CONTROL PANEL

213

CONTACT 250V

250h : Replace ignition contacts as oxidation can cause


sometimes intermittent failure
313

INVERTOR CONTACT CLUTCH

213207

CONTACT KEY 40A

213

AUTOMATIC 5A FUSE (DUAL RPM - INSTRUMENTS)

213

AUTOMATIC 25A FUSE (FANS)

213

RELAY 40A (FANS)

000105

RIGID NYLON SLEEVE 4/6 L2000

000111

FLEXIBLE TRANSPARENT SLEEVE

313360

LIGHTWEIGHT BATTERY 12V

Note : lifetime unpredictable


EXTERNAL ACCESSORIES INSTRUMENT PANEL
213460

ROTOR RPM SENSOR

ROTAX LECTRICALEQUIPMENT
CONDENSER 22,000 MF

ROTAX REGULATOR

CBLES, WIRES AND HARNESSES


3137

CABLE BLACK BATTERY

3137

CABLE + RED BATTERY

3137

HARNESS RED INSTRUMENT PANEL + 4 WIRES

3137

HARNESS - BLACK - INSTRUMENT PANEL + 5 WIRES

3137

HARNESS MAUVE INSTRUMENT PANEL 2 WIRES

3137

HARNESS INSTRUMENT PANEL 2 WIRES

3137

HARNESS PRINCIPAL 912ULS

3137

HARNESS WHITE/YELLOW 2 WIRES (ENGINE RPM


SENSOR)
BLACK WIRE CONDENSER 250BK140 AND
TERMINALS 5/6
RED WIRE CONDENSER 250BK430 AND TERMINALS
5/6

3137
3137

1
1

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3137

HARNESS 2 WIRE OIL L720

3137

HARNESS 2 WIRE GROUND SENSOR RADIATOR T

3137

HARNESS REAR 3 WIRE L3850

3137

CABLE GROUND ENGINE BLACK 10 6/6 L 200

TERMINALS AND CONNEXIONS


3137

ASSORTMENT OF TERMINALS

314

FUEL 912ULS

314030

CARURETTOR CUP

314040

ATTACHMENT LUG CUP

314510

RADIATOR ATTACHMENT COLLAR

1
1
0

25h : Check that there is no tearing


314500

FUEL TANK 58L

314550

RFUEL DECANTER TAP

314330

ELECTRICAL LOW FUEL PROBE

314331

ADJUSTMENT WASHER

314560

ELECTRICAL FUEL GAUGE L350

315

TAIL TUBE

315400

TAIL TUBE

25h : Attachment of tube to chassis. Check for cracks


along full length.
315270

MAIN TAIL COLLAR

315204

TAIL SUPPORT STRUTS CARBON (REAR


ATTACHMENT POINTS)

1
0

50h : Check for cracks in attachment points


315210

BALL JOINT GAR-12

316

REAR TRANSMISSION

216020

JUBOFLEX

316040

REAR TRANSMISSION SHAFT

250h : Extract rear transmission shaft to check bearings


216050

REAR TRANSMISSION SUPPORT BEARINGS

250h : Check that the bearings are firmly held in place by


the M4 bolts. The bearings must not turn in their
housings.
216060

BEARING 6002 2RS C3

100h : Using the orifices beneath the tube, check the


bearing flanges and verify that the conic bushing are not
becoming detached
216065

SPLIT CONIC SLEEVE

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REAR TRANSMISSION REDUCTION GEAR


(RTG)

EDITION N0
AUGUST 2014
0

50h : Inspect the teeth of the small sprocket through the


inspection glass
100h : Check for play in the bearings and between the
sprockets
1000h : Factory overhaul (replace shaft sprockets and
bearings)
203170

CHIP DETECTOR MTG/RTG

50h : Clean the chip detector plug


217250

HUILE SAE 75-80/90 85CC

250h : Replace or filter the oil


217300

THERMAL TAG

500h : Replace as necessary

318

REAR ROTOR (RR)

218010
218030

ROTATING VARIATOR
SMOOTH RING PCM

218020

SMALL BEARINGS 61806 2RS

218040

STATIC VARIATOR 6 GROOVES NYLON

1
1
1
0

50h : Check for cracks on the face of the hub


318100

HUB REAR ROTOR 4 BLADES

218190

STOP TAB

218220

STOP BEARING

1
1

50h : The grease dries in a random manner. If this occurs,


remove the bearings and clean them before greasing only
the bearing.
218200

MUSHROOM BUSHING

218240

BLADE ROOT BARREL

106

RIGID NYLON SLEEVE

218250

REAR ROTOR BLADE GRIP

218320

SET OF 4 REAR ROTOR 4 BLADE COMPOSITE "DUC"


N
GUIDE BUSHING VARIATOR 6

218350

1
0

250h : Replace the bushings as soon as the wear mesures


2mm in width or turn them turn if possible
000006

LOCK WIRE

218400

TELEFLEX (PUSH-PULL CONTROL CABLES)

250h : Disconnect to check for friction points


2000h : Replace the teleflexes
218410

TELEFLEX SLEEVES

250h : Check for wear in the axes


218430

COUPELLE NYLON FIX TELEFLEX ET PALIER NYLON

50h : Check tightness of screws

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EDITION N0
AUGUST 2014

COUPELLE NYLON FIX TELEFLEX ET PALIER NYLON

50h : Check tightness of screws

319

TAIL PLANE
HORIZONTAL STABILISER

219030

HORIZONTAL STABILISER

50h : Check for cracks in the formed stainless steel


attachments and the attachment collars. Check the
condition of the tail supports
319080

FORWARD COLLAR FOR STABILISER

219085

REAR COLLAR FOR STABILISER


PROTECTIVE TAIL ROTOR SURROUND

319055

REAR ROTOR SURROUND

319060

FORMED REAR ROTOR SURROUND SUPPORT

319315

REAR ROTOR SURROUND ATTACHMENT COLLAR

1
1
0

25h : Check for cracks

320

CABIN PARTITION PERSPEX CANOPIES SEATS


FERMETURES

320450

LOCKING LATCHES

MISCELLENEOUS
320800

CSEAT BELTS + BUCKLES CHECK LOCTITE 638


BUCKLES

100h : Check wear of belt at the point of passage in the


plates
320810

ATTACHMENT BUCKLE

25h : Check for wear or deformation. The buckle locking


must remain firm.
320900

SEAT

220

WIDE VELCRO HOOKS ATTACHING 3,5M

0
0

SPECIFIC SERVICING
at 2 h :

MTG change mineral oil TP SAE 70 90

at 10 h : MTG change mineral oil TP SAE 70 90


at 50 h : MTG change mineral oil synthetic SAE 70 90
Then change oil every 50 hours.

RANDOM SERVICING
MTG : MTG, The upper horizontal bearing ejects its grease in the
first hours to be replaced by MTG oil
.
! It is only necessary to sponge the residue in the first
days .
RR : Pedals stiff in flight the stop bearings of the 4 blades are
dry or dirty.
! Clean with petrol and grease the bearings, only the
balls.
It is necessary to remove the rear rotor with its hub and the
nylon variator, see manual.
RR : Stiff points in the pedals in flight or in hovering = check the
wear on the 6 guide bushings 218350.
Surface worn flat on the bushings, maximum authorised
2 mm.
! Replace the bushings

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ADDITIONAL ADVICE

- Keep up your speed and never remain hanging on your engine, it may fail.
- Never fly in a helicopter which is not adjusted for autorotation.
- To keep in training, descend as often as possible in autorotation, stopping short of the
ground.
- Always watch your MAP. This instrument will tell you the reserve power available ; before
initiating any manuver, check that you have at least 1" inHg MAP in reserve.
- Do not continue with a landing if the LOW RPM warning is alight.
- Check that the engine runs smoothly at idle.
- The throttle sandow cord must be kept in good condition.

WARNING :
SOLO PILOT LEFT HAND SEAT.
MANOEUVRES CLOSE TO GROUND AND TAKEOFFS AND LANDINGS SHOULD BE
PERFORMED WITH THE GOVERNOR SET AT 5800 TO PROVIDE MORE POWER.
IF YOU HAVE, IN CLIMB OR ON FINAL, EXCEEDED THE AVAILABLE POWER, THE
ROTOR WILL LOSE RPM. THE WORST REACTION IS TO FURTHER RAISE THE
COLLECTIVE, WHICH WILL EVEN FURTHER REDUCE THE RPM. THE CORRECT
REACTION IS TO LOWER THE COLLECTIVE AND OPEN THE THROTTLE TO THE
LIMIT. THEN ALLOW THE HELICOPTER TO LOSE A LITTLE MORE HEIGHT WHILE
AWAITING FOR THE RPM TO INCREASE.
2

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

Take the time to get to know your H3 ; carrying a passenger increases the difficulty of
managing the power. 30 hours of solo flight is recommended for beginners and 5 hours for
experienced pilots before carrying a passenger.
Beware of any stiffening in the controls ; cyclic plate, freezing or hardening of the grease
on the mast. Rapid complete blockage can occur in these cases. In the pedals, the grease
hardens in the stop bearings of the rear rotor blades. Never force the controls but fix the
problem.
Manuvering on the ground ; at the rear rotor, do not force the blades as doing so may
mis-align them. Do not use force on the rear rotor surround. The manoeuvering wheels
should only be used on hard and smooth ground. The machine should not be moved by
pushing on the canopy or the tail stabiliser.
Parking ; restrain the rotor blades which flap in the wind. The shocks leave traces of impacts
on the balls in the bearings.
Transporting the helicopter on a trailer ; without main rotor blades or support the rearward
blade. Possibly, on a short trip, let the blades hang and prevent flapping by using straps left
fairly loose.
Flight in hard weather condition : heavy rain may damage main rotor blades.

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MECHANICAL NOISE

All mechanical noises are propagated and amplified by the carbon fiber parts. The
cabin wall acts as a resonating membrane. Carbon also grinds on the tubes of the
frame. It is in the cabin that noise is amplified.
NB : an insulated carbon fiber reduces noise but causes additional weight.
The origin of the transmission noise is erroneous. The sound seems to come from
each of the elements that we listen. The noise coming from the belts, at startup, is
inevitable because ribbed belts are noisier than smooth ones, but they are more
powerful. The pilot has to get used to the sounds of his H3 but must remain
constantly attentive to other noises he could hear.
In the engine, the Rotax gear : the damping system of instant torque claw is very
noisy. It is a noise like "bumping" or "scrap".
The rear rotor siren sound comes from the 4 blades but also the gear of the RTG that
resonates in the rear propeller shaft, and the tail pipe. At intermediate regimes, or
when the rotors are not driven, the belts are flapping, causing a mechanical noise
flappement. That noise appears at deceleration.
A "tic-tic" or a grunt comes from the 15 drive wheels on the base of the mast. The
mast is never perfectly aligned and the rollers operate a mini longitudinal
displacement. This sound always accompanies a blade in the same position.
The "roar" in the tail pipe comes from the pinions of the RTG. When the tail rotor
turns slowly, rear blades, one after the other, falls in its roots, causing a knock.
The main rotor blades, when they are about to stop, can let a metallic noise like
"dwing jump be heard.
4

VIBRATION

Horizontal vibration
Vertical vibration
Shimmy (or vibration in the cyclic)

- Unproper rotor balancing


- Rotor tracking
- Worn tilt bearing
- A misaligned blade in his clip
- Blade bearing deteriorated

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WARRANTY CONDITIONS
1.

The Dynali warranty covers the design of its helicopters as a whole as well as all parts designed
by Dynali and manufactured by Dynali or sub-contracted by Dynali. Warranty conditions applying
to the engines, equipment, instruments and battery are those of the suppliers concerned, insofar
as these warranties exceed those cited in the general conditions of sale of Dynali in terms of
duration of the warranty. Where this is not the case the general warranty of Dynali applies, this
being of 24 months from the date of delivery ex-works Dynalii or 200 hours in operation,
whichever of these events should occur first. Assembly of the helicopters is only covered by
warranty when the helicopter has been assembled by Dynali SPRL.

2.

Dynali SPRL guarantees all products against defective assembly, or manufacture as follows :
a. Products are guaranteed for a period of 24 months from date of delivery or 200 hours
in operation, whichever event occurs first, in terms of both parts and labour.
b. Under the terms of the warranty, Dynali may choose to replace or repair any part
found to be defective at no charge for the owner;
c.

The warranty does not apply to parts subject to normal wear (drive belts, filters, spark
plugs, oil, etc.).

d. The Dynali warranty only applies insofar as :


i. The products have been used according to the instructions in the current
manuals in force at the time of the occurrence of the failure.
ii. The servicing of the products have been implemented in compliance with the
instructions contained in the service manual supplied with the products at the
time of delivery, as well as with any updates of service bulletins published by
Dynali prior to the failure of the part.
iii. No modification has been made to the product by the buyer or any other
person after delivery without the express written permission of Dynali SPRL;
iv. No repair has been implemented by the buyer or any third party without the
express agreement of Dynali SPRL ;
v. Neither the maintenance nor the storage conditions of the products have been
inappropriate;
vi. The user has not continued to use the products when a problem has been
identified, thus provoking further damage or failure, (e.g. oil leak, overheating
of the engine, noise from bearing, unusual vibration, etc.) ;
vii. Parts are assembled according to the rules of the art and used and used in
the way intended.
viii. The helicopter is not flown in destructive conditions which may cause
premature wear or damage (sand, salt, heavy rain, hail, dust),
ix. The helicopter has not been flown under extreme conditions, engine or rotor
overspeed, hard landings, road or maritime transport under poor conditions,
manuvres in flight generating excessive load factors ;
x. The logbook recording flight hours, unusual events, incidents, comments
technical interventions, and regular servicing has been regularly kept up to
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this logbook to Dynali in the event of any claim under warranty;


xi. The owner has notified Dynali or the authorised distributor of any technical
incident, accident or defect within five (5) working days of the event and has
given Dynali the opportunity to provide remedy;
xii. The product has not been modified by the addition of items not approved by
the manufacturer, or caused repairs to be implemented by any non-qualified
third parties.
e. In order to make a valid claim under warranty, the buyer must :
i. Inform Dynali in writing in the shortest possible time of any defect, stating the
nature of the defect and supply all related information to Dynali;
ii. Abstain from causing any repair or technical intervention by any other person
or organization other than Dynali or a Dynali approved distributor,.
iii. Make available to Dynali or an authorised Dynali representative, at their
registered address, the defective part, within 15 days of notification of the
defect.
3.

It is understood that some adjustments may be necessary during the first hours in flight following
the entry to service. These adjustments are normal and are not covered by warranty. .

4.

Service lives of parts are indicated but, subject to the loads applied during use, some parts may
wear more rapidly than foreseen. If a part, subject to wear, is observed to wear more rapidly than
the service life indicated, it will be replaced and invoiced at a price pro-rata of the expected
lifetime (e.g. a part with an indicated service life of 200 hours, which is worn after 80 hours will be
invoiced at a price representing 80/200ths of its standard sale price).

5.

Technical evolution and improvements in products sold by Dynali SPRL are not covered by
warranty for previously sold products.

6.

If a defect can not be remedied, or if the buyer can not reasonably accept the remedies proposed
by Dynali, the buyer may demand a voiding of the contract of sale or re-negotiation of the sale
price.

7.

Normal wear is not covered by the warranty.

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