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The Mk11 seat embodies all the design features of the company’s more sophisticated escape systems, but at reduced weight and size.
Currently flying in PC-7 MkII, PC-9 and PZL L-130.
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The Martin-Baker Mk11 seat embodies all the design features of the company’s more sophisticated escape systems, but at reduced weight and size. The Mk11 seat design offers a great deal of flexibility, allowing each installation to be tailored specifically to an individual customer’s requirements.
The Mk11 seat is fitted in the Pilatus PC-9 and PC-7 MkII and PZL L-130.
|40 000ft (12,192m)
|Zero/60 KIAS in near level attitude
|Crew boarding mass range
|60 to 126.7 kg
|Crew size range
|Specific crew size range
|Maximum Speed for ejection
|GQ Type 1000 Mk2
|Drogue parachute type
|Fired by cartridge generated gas and initiated by trip rod
|Ejection seat operation type
|Handle on seat pan initiates gas operated seat firing system
|Automatic backup unit
|Barostatic time-release unit
|Fired by cartridge generated gas initiated by trip rod
|Drogue gun time delay, command delay breech
|Up/down Actuator operated 28 Vdc
|Firing handle remains attached to seat pan to help prevent flailing
|Yes, two garters
|Bottled emergency oxygen, connection for main oxygen supply
|Personal survival pack
|Equipped for desert survival, manual deployment
|Miniature detonating cord
|Canopy fracturing system
|Interseat sequencing system
|Yes, through command