This Cargo Hook Retention System is designed for Bell 204, 205, 212 and 412 operators looking to keep the cargo hook assembly from rotating during certain types of external load missions. This certified upgrade kit provides a restraining arm that is coupled to the cargo hook assembly and supported by a bracket that is attached to the airframe. It can be quickly enabled or disabled as needed via a quick release ball lock pin.
Upgrade your aircraft to include the Cargo Hook Retention System to increase security, efficiency, and versatility of your external load missions.
- Supports Complex Missions — An elegant solution for situations where you don’t want the hook to spin due to multiple cable connections, use of seeding buckets, cone harvesters, portable saws, hydraulic shears, Sacksafoam™ hydraulic pumps, etc.
- Quick & Easy to Use — Once the kit is installed, you can leave it on the aircraft and enable/disable it as needed for each mission via a quick release pin.
- Simple Yet Robust System — Requires minimal maintenance.
- Certified Kit —EASA and Transport Canada certified.
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