Propulsion consists of aviation-style propellers that thrust the craft in motion, forward or backward. There are no propellers or moving parts underwater.
The Hovercraft utilizes industrial-type engines. Unlike marine application engines that are cooled by forcing water, the Hovercraft uses radiators for cooling down the engine.
The propulsion consists of aviation style propellers that thrust the craft in motion, forward or back. There are no propellers or moving parts underwater.
The lifting system lifts the hull clear of the surface and provides the air cushion required for the craft to slide on top of the surface.
The skirts are made of durable polyester-based and polyethylene compound coating known as Hypalon. The lower portion of fingers is made of natural rubber.
Construction is composed of 100% composite materials such as fiberglass, carbon, and foam commonly known as Fabric Reinforced Plastic or FRP. Unlike most hovercraft which are made of aluminum, Dragonflight uses composite FRP materials for strong and lightweight crafts, while the non-corrosive property prolongs the life of the vessel and requires minimal maintenance.
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