Overview

The Graal is a rigid self-launching one-seat glider conforming to French and FAI ultralight rules.
By its look, feel and performance it is very close to a 15 meter class glider. The Graal differs only by its ultralight construction. The engine gives it ease of use and a per flight cost dreamed of by every sailplane pilot.

Technical data

Dimensions

Engine

Computed performances

Wingspan

15 m

Engine type

RDM200

Stall speed

60 km/h

Wings area

10 m2

Power

25 kW (34 CV)

Vne

180 km/h

Aspect ratio

22.5

Starter

electric

maximum L/D

40 @ 80 km/h

Airfoil thickness

14 %

Tank capacity

12 l

Vsink minimum

0,5 m/s @ 65 km/h

Fuselage length

6 m

Vz (engine running)

3,5 m/s

Empty weight

200 kg

Gross weight

300 kg

Limit load factors

6 g

 


Note to English readers : English is not my native language. These pages were translated "on the fly" and I have a poor knowledge of specific aeronautical translations. Consequently, I welcome any remark or correction whether syntactic, stylistic or technical.