Main Menu

ACAZ C.2

acazc2


Constructed entirely from Duralumin, the ACAZ C.2 was a two seat fighter reconnaissance aircraft.
All four wings were identical and interchangeable.
The C.2 was evaluated by the Aeronautique Militaire Belge in early 1926.
On 9 March 1928 an attempt was made to fly it to the Belgian Congo.
The aircraft was written off on 25 January 1933.
The design was not put into production.

Engine: 1 x Hispano-Suiza 12.Ga, 450 hp / 336 kW
Wing span: 41 ft / 12.50m
Length: 27 ft / 8.25 m
Height: 11 ft 2 in / 3.40m
Wing area: 436.58 sq.ft / 40.56 sq.m
Empty weight: 2778 lb / 1260 kg
MTOW: 4563 lb / 2070 kg
Max level speed: 155 mph / 250 kph
Climb to 19,685 ft / 6000m: 35 min
Service ceiling; 24,606 ft / 7500m
Endurance: 3.5 hr
Armament: 1 x .303 Vickers mg & 2 x .303 Lewis mg

 

 


Copyright © 2017 all-aero. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License.