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Breezer is an ultra light, LSA, and experimental category design. The entire cockpit was designed ergonomically; from the instrument panel to the seating arrangement, everything was modeled and shaped.


Planning for a Breezer kit plane version from day one, the aluminum airframe structure design was kept simple and sturdy.  To assemble the pre-manufactured components, you only need a flat table top. The high level of prefabrication allows a rapid fuselage assembly. Accurate matched drilling lets you to assemble aluminum alloy parts without extensive jigging.  Other parts, like the spar center section, are provided fully assembled.  Wherever needed the fuselage is reinforced in an optimal way.


The wings are built in a spar/rib structure.  As the wings sport no wash-out, neither aerodynamically nor geometrically, these can be built on a flat table top.  Jigging is minimal.  Like with the fuselage, the wing parts come with most holes match drilled into the ribs, spar and wing skin.  This assures that assembly errors are eliminated from the outset.


This same simple and sturdy structure is used to assemble the horizontal stabilizer and elevator.


The Breezer experimental category kit plane was developed along with the ultralight.  The following items were modified for the experimental category kit plane:
- MTOW raised to 580 kg / 1279 lb
- Stronger wing spar
- Stronger wing spar center section
- Stronger stabilizer (as requested by the Swiss)
After Germany allowed sailplanes to be towed by ultra light aircraft, the Breezer was tested and found suitable for towing flights.


The Breezer is made in three models. The Breezer CR. The Breezer Club as a dedicated flight training edition, and the Breezer Acro, aerobatic aeroplane.
 
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Breezer II
 
In 2012 the all-metal Breezer II was available as a ready built or E-LSA kit airplane. Price 2012: S-LSA Breezer is US$125,800. Quick Build kit (less engine and avionics): US$46,600.

 

Engine: Rotax 80 hp
Cruise speed (75%): 180 km/h / 112 mph
Maximum Speed Vne: 245 km/h / 152 mph
Stall speed: 64 km/h / 40 mph
Climb speed: 4,5 m/s / 886 fpm
Wingspan: 8,03 m / 26.4 ft
Cabin width: 1,16 m / 45,7 in
Length: 6,40 m / 21 ft
Height: 2,15 m / 7 ft
Wing area: 10,92 sq.m / 117.5 sq ft
Empty weight incl. BRS: 296 kg / 652.6 lb
Maximum gross weight: 472,5 kg / 1041.7 lb
Load: 176,5 kg / 389 lb
Fuel capacity: 70 liter / 18.5. USgal
Average fuel consumption / hr: 11-14 lt / 2.9 -3.7 USgal
Take off dist: 135 m / 443 ft
Landing dist: 140 m / 459 ft

Engine: Rotax 100 hp
Cruise speed (75%): 200 km/h / 124 mph
Maximum Speed Vne: 245 km/h / 152 mph
Stall speed: 64 km/h / 40 mph
Climb speed: 6 m/s / 1181 fpm
Wingspan: 8,03 m / 26.4 ft
Cabin width: 1,16 m / 45,7 in
Length: 6,40 m / 21 ft
Height: 2,15 m / 7 ft
Wing area: 10,92 sq.m / 117.5 sq ft
Empty weight incl. BRS: 300 kg / 661.4 lb
Maximum gross weight: 472,5 kg / 1041.7 lb
Load: 172,5 kg / 380 lb
Fuel capacity: 70 lt / 18.5 USgal
Average fuel consumption / hr: 12-15 / lt / 3.1-3.9 USgal
Take off dist: 95 m / 312 ft
Landing dist: 140 m / 459 ft

Breezer II
Engine: Rotax 912 ULS, 100hp@SL
Propeller: 3-blade Neuform
Gross weight: 1320 lb
Empty weight with optional BRS: 763lb
Useful load, std: 557 lb
Payload, full std. fuel: 518lb
Fuel capacity (lbs.): 21
Wing area: 117.5 sq. ft
Cruise speed, 75% power: 105 kt
Range with 30-min. reserve, 75% power: 420 nm
Best rate of climb, solo: 1181 fpm
Best rate of climb, two people: 900 fpm
Service ceiling: 14,500 ft
Takeoff over 50 ft obstacle: 925 ft
Landing ground roll: 606 ft
Vne: 120 kt
V Stall: 36  kt

 

 


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