Our differential is the Ka-32A11BC, a robust multifunctional helicopter manufactured by KAMOV, part of the Russian Helicopters holding company, and capable of transporting 5 tons of external and 3,7 tons of internal loads. It uses a coaxial rotor, which affords better vertical stability when hovering over restricted areas, even under adverse conditions, thus ensuring precision in tasks which tail-rotor helicopters would find it extremely difficult to do. The KAMOV Ka-32A11BC model is recognized worldwide for its performance, operating successfully in over 30 countries.

The Ka-32A11BC can operate in large infrastructure projects, civil construction, onshore and offshore oil industry activities, support for hydroelectric companies and in firefighting, etc.

In comparison with traditional helicopters with a single main rotor and a tail rotor, the Ka-32A11BC is equipped with two main coaxial rotors that rotate in opposite directions and two Klimov TV3-117VMA turboshaft engines with maximum power output of 2.400shp, which affords the following differentials:

Greater load lifting capacity and higher operating ceiling, both when hovering and cruising, on account of the more efficient coaxial configuration.

The absence of the tail rotor makes the KAMOV Ka-32A11BC more compact, agile and precise when maneuvering, enabling it to operate in restricted areas measuring 22 by 22 meters.

The Kamov 32 is an important ally for Brazil, given the current challenges facing progress and development and their environmental implications. Hitherto, the deployment of teams, infrastructure and equipment to remote locations inaccessible by river or road depended exclusively on opening up small local roads, which inevitably became vectors for deforestation. The possibility of using air transport for this purpose significantly reduces the environmental impact of building gas and oil pipelines and transmission towers, in addition to making the operation cheaper and faster.