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At the seaside enterprise "Helicopters of Russia" a rationalization proposal with an economic effect of more than 2,5 million rubles

In the "Arsenyevskaya Aviation Company" Progress "them. N.I. Sazykin "of the holding" Russian Helicopters "(part of the State Corporation" Rostec ") introduced an innovation proposal that allowed the company to save more than 2,5 million rubles a year. Improvements were made to the heating element, which is installed on the blades of the Ka-52 helicopters and the ship version of the Ka-52K.

The idea of ​​the rationalization proposal belongs to Sergey Kasyanov, a leading engineer for the production of blades and polymer composite materials at AAK Progress. His proposal was supported by Olga Davydenko, process engineer of the shop of parts and assemblies. “Working with the blades, we often faced the same problem: some time after the helicopter was put into operation, the heating element installed on the blades was found to have defects that required additional time and money to fix. We managed to find a simple and effective solution to this problem by improving the design of the heating element, ”noted Sergei Kasyanov.

The airline employees shared their idea with the developers of Ka helicopters - representatives of the Kamov company, which is also part of the Russian Helicopters holding. Those, in turn, responded to the proposal, carried out the necessary tests and received a positive result, which became the basis for making appropriate changes to the design of the blade heating element.

Further work was already carried out at the enterprise. Today the rationalization proposal has been successfully implemented, changes have been made to the drawings, new documentation has been issued, according to which the airline successfully operates. As a result of the introduction of the proposal, the cost of marriage, improvements and travel of employees associated with work to eliminate problems, was reduced by more than 2,5 million rubles a year.

OJSC Arsenyevskaya Aviation Company Progress named after N.I. Sazykina (AAK Progress) is one of the enterprises of the Russian Helicopters holding. It manufactures Ka-52 Alligator attack helicopters, prepares serial production of the Ka-62 medium multipurpose civilian helicopter. For more information on the Russian Helicopters holding and its enterprises, please visit the company's website: www.russianhelicopters.aero

Russian Helicopters OJSC (part of Rostec State Corporation) is one of the world leaders in the helicopter industry, the only helicopter developer and manufacturer in Russia. The holding was founded in 2007. The head office is located in Moscow. The holding includes five helicopter plants, two design bureaus, as well as enterprises for the production and maintenance of components and a service company that provides after-sales support in Russia and abroad. The buyers of the holding's products are the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Russian Emergencies Ministry, Gazprom Avia and UTair, large Russian and foreign companies. In 2013, the revenue of Russian Helicopters under IFRS increased by 10% and reached 138,3 billion rubles, the volume of deliveries amounted to 275 helicopters.

State Corporation Rostec is a Russian corporation established in 2007 to promote the development, production and export of high-tech industrial products for civil and military purposes. It includes about 700 organizations, of which 9 holding companies are currently formed in the military-industrial complex and 5 in civilian industries.

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