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The -2, -3 and -5 models incorporate feathering and unfeathering features.
The -3 and -5 models are approved for installation as reversing propellers with appropriate reversing controls.
The left-hand version of an approved propeller model is approved at the same rating and diameter as listed for the right-hand model. (see NOTES 1 and 2)
Shot-peened blades may replace non shot-peened blades either individually or as a set. (see NOTE 2)
E10950()CB blades may replace E10950PB blades models either in pairs or as a set. Opposing pairs of blades in the hub must have the same designation. (see NOTE 2)
E10950PCK blades may replace E10950PK blades models either in pairs or as a set. Opposing pairs of blades in the hub must have the same designation. (see NOTE 2)
Propeller spinner. (weight of spinner extra) Approved with spinners when listed on Hartzell type design data. Propeller deicing (weight of deicing equipment extra)
Approved with BF Goodrich electrical deicing kit 5EXXXX-X, 7EXXXX-X, 65-XXX, 67-XXX, or 77-XXX when installed in accordance with BF Goodrich Report no. ATA 30-60-07, BF Goodrich drawing no. 7E1284 or Beech installation drawing no. 50T-389045.
Approved with Safeway deice equipment when installed in accordance with Safeway Installation Manual no. 6927 or E-5735-14 and Hartzell Manual 133( ) for aluminum blades or Manual 135( ) for composite blades, and associated STC or PMA documents.
Approved with ice protection equipment when listed on Hartzell type design data.
Propeller pulley drive. (weight of pulley drive extra)
Propeller model HC-E4A-2( ) with blade model E9612( ) is approved with Raytheon Aircraft air conditioning system pulley drive P/N 133-910029-7 and centering ring P/N 133-910029-11.
Propeller model HC-D4N-2( ) with blade model D9512( ) is approved with Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. air conditioning system pulley drive P/N PC-9-1401-1 and pulley centering ring P/N PC-9-1402-1.
Propeller models listed herein consist of basic hub and blade models. Most propeller models include additional characters to denote minor changes and specific features as explained in NOTES 1 and 2. Refer to the aircraft Type Certificate Data Sheet for the specific propeller model applicable to the installation.
NOTE 8. NOTE 9. NOTE 10.
The propeller installation must be approved as part of the aircraft type certificate to demonstrate compliance with the applicable aircraft airworthiness standards.
Special Notes Refer to Hartzell Manual no. 202( ) for overspeed and overtorque limits.
Life Limits and Mandatory Inspections
Airworthiness limitations, if any, are specified in Hartzell Manuals 141( ), 142( ) , 143( ) or 156( ).