Contents 1 Design and development 2 Variants 3 Operators 3.1 Military operators 3.2 Governmental operators 4 Incidents and accidents 5 Specifications (412EP) 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

Design and development[edit] Development began in the late 1970s with two Bell 212s being converted into 412 prototypes. An advanced four-blade main rotor with a smaller diameter replaced the 212's two-blade rotor. A Bell 412 prototype first flew in August 1979. The initial model was certified in January 1981 with deliveries commencing in the same month.[1] The 412 model was followed by the 412SP (Special Performance) version featuring larger fuel capacity, higher takeoff weight and optional seating arrangements. In 1991, the 412HP (High Performance) variant with improved transmission replaced the SP version in production.[1] The current production version, 412EP (Enhanced Performance), is equipped with a dual digital automatic flight control system. In 2013 Bell introduced the 412EPI which includes an electronic engine control (FADEC) for a PT6T-9 engine upgrade, and a glass cockpit display system similar to the Bell model 429. Also featured is a Garmin touchscreen navigation system, and the BLR Strake and Fast Fin upgrades for improved hover performance.[2] Over 700 Model 412s (including 260 by AgustaWestland) have been built.[3]

Variants[edit] Bell 412EP (offshore configuration) test flight at Ratmalana Airport Bell 412 Standard Model with P&WC PT6T-3B Bell 412SP Special Performance version with P&WC PT6T-3BF engines Bell 412HP High performance version with P&WC PT6T-3BG or -3D engines Bell 412EP Enhanced performance version with P&WC PT6T-3DF engines Bell 412EPI Glass cockpit version with P&WC PT6T-9 electronic controlled engines Bell 412CF (CH-146 Griffon) 100 custom-built utility transport helicopters for the Canadian Forces, based on 412EP and designated by Bell as 412CF Bell Griffin HT1 Advanced training helicopter based on the Bell 412EP, operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) since 1997 as an advanced flying trainer. Operated by the Defence Helicopter Flying School at RAF Shawbury and the Search and Rescue Training Unit at RAF Valley. Bell Griffin HAR2 Search and Rescue helicopter based on the Bell 412EP, operated by No. 84 Squadron RAF since 2003 at RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus. Agusta-Bell AB 412 Civil utility transport version, built under license in Italy by Agusta.[4] Agusta-Bell AB 412EP Italian-built version of the Bell 412EP.[4] Agusta-Bell AB 412 Grifone Military utility transport version, built under licence in Italy by Agusta.[4] Agusta-Bell AB 412 CRESO Italian-built version, fitted with a ground surveillance radar. NBell 412 IPTN's licensed product of Bell 412[4] Panha 412EP Iranian domestically reverse-engineered version of AB 412EP, which has been in use with Iranian military. 4 of these variant were introduced at October 8, 2016 by Red Crescent of Iran.[citation needed]

Operators[edit] A Bell 412 of PASCO teaching pilot institute in 2012 Iran Kish Air Show The Bell 412 is used by private and commercial operators. It is particularly popular in the oil industries, military and for law enforcement use. Military operators[edit]  Algeria Algerian Air Force[5]  Argentina Argentine Air Force[5][6]  Botswana Botswana Defence Force[5]  Cameroon Cameroon Air Force[5]  Canada Main article: Bell CH-146 Griffon Canadian Coast Guard Royal Canadian Air Force  Chile Chilean Air Force[5] Chilean Air Force Bell 412  China People's Liberation Army Ground Force[5] People's Liberation Army Naval Air Force[5]  Colombia Colombian Navy[5]  Dominican Republic Dominican Air Force (2 on order)[5]  El Salvador Air Force of El Salvador[5]  Eritrea Eritrean Air Force[5]  Ghana Ghana Air Force[5]  Guatemala Guatemalan Air Force [5]  Guyana Guyana Defence Force[5] A Finnish Frontier Guard Agusta Bell AB-412  Honduras Honduran Air Force[5]  Indonesia Indonesian Army[5] Indonesian Navy[5]  Italy Italian Army[5]  Jamaica Jamaica Defence Force[5]  Japan Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (future user)[7][8][9][10]  Lesotho Lesotho Defence Force[5]  Mexico Mexican Air Force[5]  Montenegro Ministry of Defence - Three EPI on order from Canada as part of modernization efforts.[11][12]  Morocco Royal Moroccan Navy — two to be delivered in 2018  Netherlands Royal Netherlands Air Force[5]  Nigeria Nigerian Air Force — two seized by Nigerian Customs Service handed over to Nigerian Air Force[13][14]  Norway Norwegian Bell 412SP helicopters taking part in the NATO exercise Strong Resolve 2002 Royal Norwegian Air Force[5] Polish Bell 412HP  Pakistan Pakistan Air Force[5] Pakistan Army[5]  Panama Panamanian Public Forces[5]  Peru Peruvian Air Force[5] Peruvian Navy  Philippines Philippine Air Force [15]  Saudi Arabia Royal Saudi Air Force[5]  Slovenia Slovenian Air Force[5] A medical 412EP provided by Helisureste  South Korea South Korean Air Force[5] Coast Guard[16][17]  Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Air Force[5]  Thailand Royal Thai Air Force[5] Royal Thai Police[18] Bell 412 of the Royal Thai Air Force in 2013  Turkey Turkish Coast Guard[19]  United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Air Force[5]  United Kingdom Royal Air Force[5]  Uruguay National Navy of Uruguay — Two on order[20]  Venezuela Venezuelan Army[5] Venezuelan Navy[5][21] A Bell 412EP Griffin HT1 helicopter of the Royal Air Force Defence Helicopter Flying School hover taxis to the runway at RIAT 2010  Zimbabwe Air Force of Zimbabwe[5] Governmental operators[edit]  Australia Babcock Mission Critical Services,[22] Department of Fire and Emergency Services[23] Emergency Management Queensland[24] New South Wales Police Force[25] MedSTAR[26][27]  Brazil Federal Police[28]  Canada Surete du Quebec[29] National Research Council Canada[30] Canadian Coast Guard  Colombia National Police of Colombia[31]  Czech Republic Police of the Czech Republic[32]  Finland Finnish Border Guard[33]  Italy Carabinieri[34] An L.A. County Fire Dept. 412 sits atop a helipad in the mountains in the Angeles National Forest. Guardia di Finanza[35] State Forestry Corps[36]  Japan Japan Coast Guard[37] Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department[38]  Slovenia Slovenian National Police[39]  United States Chicago Fire Department[40] Delaware State Police[41] Los Angeles City Fire Department[42] Los Angeles County Fire Department[43] Miami-Dade County Fire Department[44] New York City Police Department[45] Orange County Fire Authority[46] San Diego Fire Department[47] United States Park Police[48]

Incidents and accidents[edit] On April 4, 1991, a Bell 412 collided with a small plane carrying United States Senator H. John Heinz III, which killed the senator. On December 10, 2006, a Bell 412 medical helicopter Mercy Air 2 crashed in mountainous terrain near Hesperia, California. All three crew members on board died. On February 6, 2008, a Bell 412 crashed due to a malfunction, killing Major General Javed Sultan, the commanding officer for Kohat garrison, along with two brigadiers and five other military personnel in South Waziristan Agency, Pakistan.[49][50]

Specifications (412EP)[edit] Rotor head and transmission of a Bell 412 Data from International Directory of Civil Aircraft,[51] Bell 412EP Product Specifications[52] General characteristics Crew: one-two pilots Capacity: up to 13 passengers, maximum external load of almost 6,614 lb (3,000 kg)[3] Length: 56 ft 1 in (17.1 m) Rotor diameter: 46 ft (14.0 m) Height: 15 ft (4.6 m) Disc area: 1,662 ft² (154.4 m²) Empty weight: 6,789 lb (3,079 kg) Max. takeoff weight: 11,900 lb (5,397 kg) Fuselage length: 43 ft (13.1 m) Powerplant: 1 × Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T-3D or PT6T-3DF Twin-Pac turboshafts, 1,250 shp (932 kW), 900 shp (671 kW) for each power section Performance Maximum speed: 140 knots (161 mph, 259 km/h) Cruise speed: 122 knots (140 mph, 226 km/h) Range: 609 mi (up to 980km) Service ceiling: 20,000 ft (6,096 m) Rate of climb: 1,350 ft/min (6.86 m/s) Power/mass: 0.2663 hp/lb (437 W/kg)

See also[edit] Related development CH-146 Griffon Bell 212 Bell 214 Bell UH-1 Iroquois Bell UH-1N Twin Huey Bell UH-1Y Venom Related lists List of civil aircraft List of active United Kingdom military aircraft

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