Omikron - Precise dynamics

Do you know how to do acro? We do! The OMIKRON combines high-level, balanced dynamics with uncomplicated handling, and was developed by accomplished acro pilots (e.g. Christian Proschek and Michael Maurer) for acrobats and professionals. The OMIKRON has plenty of steam if you ask for it, but excess energy can always be effectively reined in with the brakes.

Power you can feel

The OMIKRON has pronounced high dynamic potential, but this is relatively straightforward to deal with. This appeals especially to competition pilots, and anyone else who likes this quality. The glide performance of this small powerpack is also very gratifying. Granted, this not does play a major part in competition acro scoring, but it’s an advantage (and a great feeling) to enter the box high and fast ...

Manoeuvres it likes

Infinity and Helicopter: The wing motion is very harmonic and pliable in the Infinity, and the g-load spikes surprisingly low. The wing does not flap a lot, and the OMIKRON keeps itself in the vertical plane for longer – the pilot has less correcting to do. In the Helicopter the rotation speed can be very efficiently adjusted by inside brake. The canopy helps to damp out oscillation by itself.

Materials that do this

In terms of design and materials the OMIKRON is exceptionally robust and long-lived. This Infinity Machine has only three cross ports per rib. Besides that the diagonals are not split in this wing. Outer surfaces use 38 Skytex cloth, inside there’s 40 Hardfinish. Base lines withstand 24 g; the top level lines are good for all of 52 g.

OMIKRON - Technical details

OMIKRON 1718   
Flat surfacem21718
Projected surfacem214.615.5
Recommended takeoff weightkg70-10075-110
Glider weightkg4.74.8
Projected spanm7.98.2
Aspect ratio5.75.7
Projected aspect ratio4.34.3
Number of cells5353
Number of risers44
CertificationLasttest EN-926-1Lasttest EN-926-1
Max. chordm2.12.2
Max length of the riserscm5353
Accelerator travel max.cm1414
Max length of the lines with the riserscm730730

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