A COST EFFECTIVE INNOVATION FOR AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS
This model has been developed from the M16 gyroplane. It is equipped with a crop spraying system, a 120lt tank located in the passenger’s seat and four MICRONAIR sprayers driven by a pump providing a 15m spray width.
The spray system allows a spray application rate of between 20 and 80 lt/min., with automatic adjustment in relation to flight speed. The Agrigyro is powered by the Rotax 914 Turbo engine and has been developed using the best technologies available on the market.
Chrome-alloy aeronautical 4130 steel, TIG welded.
Carbon fuselage– undercarriage, wheel pants and rudder in resin - padded seats. Integral 72lt fuel tank manufactured in epoxy resin reinforced with fiberglass – 120 lt tank for chemicals .
Rotor rev counter, altimeter, air-speed indicator, vertical compass, EMS and fuel level gauge.
Rotax 914 Turbo - 115Hp 4 cylinders, 4-stroke, water-cooled, with electric starter and mechanical pre-rotator.
Three-bladed propeller in carbon fibre with ground adjustable pitch.
28ft diameter two-bladed rotor in composite materials manufactured by Magni Gyro.
Dual control, removable during agriculture treatments. Electric Trim and PTT.
A USE THAT HONOURS US
The ease of use, low fuel consumption and luggage compartment capacity of the M22 Voyager allow the no-profit organization “Aid-by-Air" to bring medicine and diagnostic equipment to the remote villages of Malawi.
THE EYE IN THE SKY
The ability to fly at low speed and low altitude, with low fuel consumption, makes Magni gyroplanes the ideal aircraft for observation, surveillance and anti-poaching activity. Anti-poaching patrols are carried out with the M24 Orion operating in the Sheldrake Park Natural Reserve in South Africa and in the Tsavo National Park in Kenya to protect the elephant populations in those areas.