FEATURES
FEATURES
MATERIALS

The MAG1 was thought to be built with a load-bearing structure entirely in aluminum, combined with the passenger compartment and engine compartment lid made of composite material, also used for purely aerodynamic parts. These materials are functional to the lightness of the aircraft, which can in any case maintain solidity and safety, thanks to the realization of aluminum, which has several advantages.

First of all, this material allows to obtain finished parts directly from the raw material, using the CNC machining (CNC) of the metal components (ribs, order, battens, rolling). The plates, in different thicknesses, have no welds: a system that lets you use a montage without DIME and ports, avoiding the use of parts that are welded – in MAG1 the welds are only present in the engine mount and drains.
building systems that guarantee a greater resistance and reliability, as well as practicality in view of the realization by the kit.
Supplied the MAG1 there are also non-explosive tanks Kevlar.


WING

All the aerodynamic design of the aircraft, is designed to summarize the key feature of the union between the brilliant low wing maneuverability and ease of high fly the glider.
To this end, the design of the wing fittings gives a low wing similar to that of a wing high stability, with the wing taper that allows to obtain a wing at high flight efficiency and low running resistance.

These features allow you to perform evolutions with low speed maneuvers, using a relatively limited power.
The wing surface has a high value, able to favor the containment of the wing load and an increase in safety during the landing phase.
The wing aerodynamic design fits a series of non-symmetrical profiles, suitable to improve the longitudinal flight, at time zero coefficient, able to optimize the VNE; in addition to diversified profiles along the wingspan, to better control the aircraft during the stalled and the output of the screw.


FLAP

Also called flaps slide, the fowler flaps are a particular type of components that allow a considerable increase of the wing surface of the aircraft.
Scrolling backwards, fall in their entirety in the airfoil of infradosso and extend their trailing edge by pantograph hinges. Allow, thus, in landing, to expand the wing area of about 10%.

The particular geometry of the fowler flaps extraction in MAG1, makes them the agents for the application of a significant braking force of the aircraft, with a consequent lowering of the minimum speed and a reduction of the stopping distance.

Thereby, improve short landing performance, thanks to a research founded by the NACA report – in these analyzes showed that taking off airplanes who adopted the fowler flaps, needed about 1/3 of the track in less than those with the traditional flap, allowing a higher climb rate.


AILERONS

In the definition of the ailerons, the choice of making them blown and balanced by a big compensator, ensures a roll rate typical of an air acre. They maintain, however, the progressive and the sweetness of command of a light aircraft, ensuring the aircraft roll high power and reduced risk of stalling the wingtip.

Even the trapezoidal wing plant favors the stall characteristics, improving the conduct at low speed. The premature loss of efficiency of the ailerons at low speed, is eliminated just by blowing, providing excellent maneuverability, even in such conditions.


CART

Housed in an aluminum plate, specially designed for the cart, this component of the MAG1 is particularly profiled and resistant. Working with a CNC machine makes solid compared to fatigue.
The retractable landing gear tricycle is constructed with no welding, to avoid the critical points, favoring the affixing of the electro-pneumatic mechanism that makes it retractable, behind electronically controlled.
It has a high speed of extraction and retraction, with the air-operated mechanism capable of controlling the aluminum panels which close the wheel compartments in a hermetically sealed manner.

In the moment in which the side wheels fall into the fuselage, the closing cycle is completed with the repositioning of the branches, which allow to restore the continuity of the profile.
In case of failure, it is necessary to take into account that the lock of the carriage is pneumatic, and its output is by gravity.


NOSE

The profile of the snout is designed to harmonically link up with the nose cone of the aircraft, designed from an aerodynamic point of view to minimize the air resistance, increasing propeller efficiency.
Stratagems able to reduce fuel consumption and improve the speed of the MAG1, also from the point of view of the shape of the aircraft.

During the design, attention has been given to the cooling of the engine, given that through the two air vents at the sides of the ogive, entering of the air flows coming out, however, by two outputs equipped with fins. The outputs are located on the fuselage, set back from the muzzle and are functional to the engine cooling, especially during the high summer temperatures.
Without affecting the speed performance, these provisions of the face of the aircraft, they foster effectiveness.


ENGINE

The Rotax 912 is an engine of high reliability and availability of spare parts, excellent for light aviation. The maintenance is simple; the combination is a three-blade propeller.

In the engine compartment the Rotax is almost lost allowing an easy maintenance, has lateral flow taken for the radiators with the conveyors and the absence of front dynamic outlets for the cylinders.


COCKPIT

The cabin of the aircraft offers large, large 130 cm and a roomy trunk, behind the seats.
The cockpit offers good visibility to drivers, with a control panel equipped with numerous analog instruments and indicators on the side panels, in addition to an ipad in the central one and a console between the two seats.
All commands and units are well accessible and easy to operate, in a minimalist and functional technical design context driving.

The seats can be adjusted with pedals adjustable in length for a complete comfort.


HELIX
The engine performance is accentuated by a propeller three-blade variable pitch whose operation is in turn optimized by the efficient muzzle veivolo that thanks to its special aerodynamic maximizes the capabilities.
MATERIALS

The MAG1 was thought to be built with a load-bearing structure entirely in aluminum, combined with the passenger compartment and engine compartment lid made of composite material, also used for purely aerodynamic parts. These materials are functional to the lightness of the aircraft, which can in any case maintain solidity and safety, thanks to the realization of aluminum, which has several advantages.

First of all, this material allows to obtain finished parts directly from the raw material, using the CNC machining (CNC) of the metal components (ribs, order, battens, rolling). The plates, in different thicknesses, have no welds: a system that lets you use a montage without DIME and ports, avoiding the use of parts that are welded – in MAG1 the welds are only present in the engine mount and drains.
building systems that guarantee a greater resistance and reliability, as well as practicality in view of the realization by the kit.
Supplied the MAG1 there are also non-explosive tanks Kevlar.


WING

All the aerodynamic design of the aircraft, is designed to summarize the key feature of the union between the brilliant low wing maneuverability and ease of high fly the glider.
To this end, the design of the wing fittings gives a low wing similar to that of a wing high stability, with the wing taper that allows to obtain a wing at high flight efficiency and low running resistance.

These features allow you to perform evolutions with low speed maneuvers, using a relatively limited power.
The wing surface has a high value, able to favor the containment of the wing load and an increase in safety during the landing phase.
The wing aerodynamic design fits a series of non-symmetrical profiles, suitable to improve the longitudinal flight, at time zero coefficient, able to optimize the VNE; in addition to diversified profiles along the wingspan, to better control the aircraft during the stalled and the output of the screw.


FLAP

Also called flaps slide, the fowler flaps are a particular type of components that allow a considerable increase of the wing surface of the aircraft.
Scrolling backwards, fall in their entirety in the airfoil of infradosso and extend their trailing edge by pantograph hinges. Allow, thus, in landing, to expand the wing area of about 10%.

The particular geometry of the fowler flaps extraction in MAG1, makes them the agents for the application of a significant braking force of the aircraft, with a consequent lowering of the minimum speed and a reduction of the stopping distance.

Thereby, improve short landing performance, thanks to a research founded by the NACA report – in these analyzes showed that taking off airplanes who adopted the fowler flaps, needed about 1/3 of the track in less than those with the traditional flap, allowing a higher climb rate.


AILERONS

In the definition of the ailerons, the choice of making them blown and balanced by a big compensator, ensures a roll rate typical of an air acre. They maintain, however, the progressive and the sweetness of command of a light aircraft, ensuring the aircraft roll high power and reduced risk of stalling the wingtip.

Even the trapezoidal wing plant favors the stall characteristics, improving the conduct at low speed. The premature loss of efficiency of the ailerons at low speed, is eliminated just by blowing, providing excellent maneuverability, even in such conditions.


CART

Housed in an aluminum plate, specially designed for the cart, this component of the MAG1 is particularly profiled and resistant. Working with a CNC machine makes solid compared to fatigue.
The retractable landing gear tricycle is constructed with no welding, to avoid the critical points, favoring the affixing of the electro-pneumatic mechanism that makes it retractable, behind electronically controlled.
It has a high speed of extraction and retraction, with the air-operated mechanism capable of controlling the aluminum panels which close the wheel compartments in a hermetically sealed manner.

In the moment in which the side wheels fall into the fuselage, the closing cycle is completed with the repositioning of the branches, which allow to restore the continuity of the profile.
In case of failure, it is necessary to take into account that the lock of the carriage is pneumatic, and its output is by gravity.


NOSE

The profile of the snout is designed to harmonically link up with the nose cone of the aircraft, designed from an aerodynamic point of view to minimize the air resistance, increasing propeller efficiency.
Stratagems able to reduce fuel consumption and improve the speed of the MAG1, also from the point of view of the shape of the aircraft.

During the design, attention has been given to the cooling of the engine, given that through the two air vents at the sides of the ogive, entering of the air flows coming out, however, by two outputs equipped with fins. The outputs are located on the fuselage, set back from the muzzle and are functional to the engine cooling, especially during the high summer temperatures.
Without affecting the speed performance, these provisions of the face of the aircraft, they foster effectiveness.


ENGINE

The Rotax 912 is an engine of high reliability and availability of spare parts, excellent for light aviation. The maintenance is simple; the combination is a three-blade propeller.

In the engine compartment the Rotax is almost lost allowing an easy maintenance, has lateral flow taken for the radiators with the conveyors and the absence of front dynamic outlets for the cylinders.


COCKPIT

The cabin of the aircraft offers large, large 130 cm and a roomy trunk, behind the seats.
The cockpit offers good visibility to drivers, with a control panel equipped with numerous analog instruments and indicators on the side panels, in addition to an ipad in the central one and a console between the two seats.
All commands and units are well accessible and easy to operate, in a minimalist and functional technical design context driving.

The seats can be adjusted with pedals adjustable in length for a complete comfort.


HELIX
The engine performance is accentuated by a propeller three-blade variable pitch whose operation is in turn optimized by the efficient muzzle veivolo that thanks to its special aerodynamic maximizes the capabilities.

“The Mag 1 is an interesting airplane with solutions that demonstrate a significant effort in research.”
Volare – December 2012

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A plane that comes out of the pile for technical and very personal construction.
Volo Sportivo – December 2012

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MAG Industrie Aeronautiche S.r.l.
info@mag1.it
P.Iva: 11167271003
Cap. Soc. €90.000 i.v.
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MAG Industrie Aeronautiche S.r.l.
info@mag1.it
P.Iva: 11167271003
Cap. Soc. €90.000 i.v.
Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy

MAG Industrie Aeronautiche S.r.l.
info@mag1.it
P.Iva: 11167271003
Cap. Soc. €90.000 i.v.
Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy

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