About the propeller. The propeller was produced by Polish factory Integrale (mark as INTEGRAL, as most of early production), Warsaw. Propeller type: H- T- 2. Propeller is one of the earliest and preserved propellers of Szomański’s factory. Property of →Muzeum Sił Powietrznych (airforce Museum) Dęblin, on regular exhibition in the main buidlding (2023).
Construction. The propeller lamination consists of 6 ash plies. The outboard length of approx. 670 mm of leading edge has aluminum sheathing. Propeller was originally covered by black Tonkilaque coating, remnants on the front hub part.
Aircraft and Engine. The propeller was used for Polish built Hanriot H-14 under the name H.28 . The propeller was working with 9-cylinder rotary engine, Le Rhone 9C Engine of 10,89 l cubic capacity.
- “Samoloty i zakłady lotnicze II Rzeczypospolitej”, Mariusz Wojciech Majewski, ZP Grupa, 2008
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