Single Rotor Head – What they use
Coaxial Rotor Head – What we use
Break through the barriers others are bound by.
The rotational force of a single axle rotor causes the aircraft to continually pull to the direction of the rotors spinning blade, causing an unbalanced aircraft that makes the pilot fight its directional pull as well as the need to fly.
The introduction of the coaxial rotor has a balancing effect with the top and bottom rotors spinning in opposite directions, therefore counteracting the rotational pull providing a perfect balance, allowing the pilot to fly without fighting the aircraft’s directional pull.