SGU 2-22 Schweizer   


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General Details
Manufacturer: Schweizer
Plane Name:

SGU 2-22

Classified as: Unclassified
Country Of Origin: U S A
Designer: Ernest Schweizer
No. of Seats 2
No. Built 258
   
Performance:
L/DMax: 17 76 kph / 41 kt / 47 mph
   
MinSink: 1.07 m/s / 3.5 fps / 2.07 kt
   


 

Specifications:
Span Area Empty Weight Payload Gross Weight Wing Load Water Ballast
m ft sq.m sq.ft kg lb. kg lb. kg lb. kg
/sq.m
lb.
/sq.ft
kg lb.
13.11 43 19.51 210 213 470 195 430 408 900 20.91 4.8 0 0
Aspect ratio: 8.81
Airfoil: NACA 4301 2A
Structure: metal/ fabric 1-spar, constant chord, 1-strut braced wings; metal/ fabric tail; steel-tube/ fuselage
Engine:

Comment:
The 2-22 was introduced in 1945 and became (until superseded by the 2-23) the most used two- place trainer in America. It was derived from the SGU 1-7 and developed through A, B, C, D and E models. The original 2-22 had a 204 kg/ 450 lb. Empty weight and 377 kg./ 830 lb gross with no rear side windows and no doors. The A (3 built) was a redesign for the U.S. Air Force Academy with lengthened nose, full canopy and 409 kg/ 900 lb gross weight. The B is the original modified for 409 kg./ 900 lb gross weight. The C incorporated the A and B changes plus smaller ailerons; 103 built, including 28 kits (described as the 2-22CK). The D is the orinal model with small ailerons. The E was the last production model, with larger spoilers, roomier cockpit, new canopy with wing root changes to provide for a skylight. Specifications are for the 2-22E. ATC


           

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