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Aérotec Feder / Contact
 
Pac-Feder
 
The Feder one-surface wing was created in 1985, just after Mr. Andre Chayrou had left the Oderen site.
 
Produced by Aérotec for novice pilots, it has had no succes in France.
 
The German name "Feder" means "plume" in French.
 
Aérotech who made the Feder (in fact it was the "schuss" of Andre Chayrou with a new name) and then for some commercial reasons, the Feder was re-branded "Contact" shortly after its launch, in 1986.
 
These are the same 100% identical wings.
 
Aerot-Contact
Aerotec Contact
 
This wing had at the level of the transverse a piece of removable nylon, as useless as it was ineffective: which served to bridle the floating transverse. According to the manufacturer, it was for a better grip for the first flights.
 
Aerotec Contact
Wing area: 15.6 m²
Wing span: 9.9 m
Aspect ratio: 6.3
Hang glider weight: 24 kg
Minimum speed: 25 km/h
Maximum speed: 75 km/h
Max glide ratio (L/H): 7
Max glide ratio speed: 35 km/h
Minimum sink rate: 1.8 m/s
Packed length short: 4.2 m
Nose angle: 120°
 
 
 
 


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