- Part Number
- Design Load
- 2,650 lb. (1,202 kg)
- Ultimate Load
- 9,938 lb. (4,507 kg)
- Release Capacity
- 9,000 lb. (4,082 kg)
- Minimum Release Load
- 0 lb. (0 kg)
- Unit Weight
- 10.5 lb. (4.76 kg)
- Typical Overhaul
- 5 years/1,000 hours
Cargo Hook Kit with TALON LC Keeperless Hook
Product Number: 200-330-00
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Factory-installed by Bell on new 407 aircraft, our fixed beam suspension system eliminates the side-to-side banging of the trolley suspension system. It interfaces with Bell’s standard fixed provisions kit and mounts to the existing cargo hook hard points on the belly of the aircraft. It offers many important improvements and benefits over the trolley system design.View Manuals, Certifications, and Hardware Notes
- Simplified Design:The fixed beam design greatly reduces the total part count, which reduces maintenance costs and service requirements.
- Weight Reduction:Elimination of the trolley system allows for a 35% reduction in weight.
- Improved Ground Clearance:Offers additional clearance from the lowest hanging point of the cargo hook, which is important for operations in remote field locations where prepared landing pads are few and far between.
- Airframe & Hook Protection:Built-in travel limits keep the hook from striking the airframe and relieve strain on the hook control cables.
- Onboard Weighing System Option:Know the exact weight of your load! Our pin load cell replaces the attach bolt, eliminating extra linkage.
- The Onboard Advantage:Our cargo hook kits can be installed on new or existing aircraft using standard hand tools. Time between overhauls is five years or 1,000 operating hours. And because Onboard Systems maintains a large inventory of cargo hook kits and spare parts, we can usually ship your order out quickly.
- Sleek, Low-Profile System Add-on:Our pin load cell weighing system mounts to one side of the hook by replacing the connecting bolt, rather than attaching as a separate link above the hook. Increases ground clearance by eliminating extra linkage, while still allowing the pilot to know the exact weight of the load.