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The Company is looking for partners to elaborate the design and launch the production manufacturing of the house for refugees.

Such houses are designed for a temporary placement of a large number of people within a minimal period of time.

Such houses are essential in case of an earthquake or after radioactive contamination of the terrain when people are not able to return back to their homes even if they are not destroyed.


Length of the house

4.8 m

Width of the house

2.8 m

Height of the house

2.3 m

Weight of the house

120 kg




The assembly is performed by two people.

The assembly of the house from the packet and its mounting at the terrain takes only 4 minutes, i. e. 15 houses per hour.

Net cost of the Project is US  80$

The house may be used in a temperature from +35 to -10°C and its working life cannot be long.

For the purposes of successful business it is essential to produce 10 houses and deliver them to Iran or Pakistan after an earthquake to become a sustainable supplier of the houses to South-East Asia, India and China.

You will see large communities of migrants living in such houses.

Children will be born in such houses.

People will transfer such houses from one place to another.

If a family gets such house, they will be able to build a real house then.

Such houses are not easy to live in for long, but a family which has such house will be considered as well-to-do.

Dear Sirs,

I concern myself with rendering assistance in search for investor to develop a STOL light three-seater (pilot + two passengers) airplane aimed to rescue people in the areas of natural calamity, for instance, the flooded city or rain showers, heavy falling snows, fluidics, destruction of hydraulic structures,  i.e. when help is not applicable or cannot be provided by other means.


The airplane is designed as an amphibious vehicle capable of alighting on the water, hard soil, marsh, sand or snow. Take-off and landing are carried on float-skies combined with a wheel-landing gear or without it. Landing gear retraction and extension is carried from the cabin on the ground or on the water. The floats and bogies have common attachment points with non-rigid suspension, and the nose float has a wheel and a ski-control surface.

At heavy precipitation or wind as well as at night time, when the flight is impossible, the design of the fuselage assumes a ground /water run without the wing (at wind velocity up to 25 m/s and 15 m/s, correspondingly).

The main function of such airplanes is to operate without the wing in the mode of cutter, snowplane or increased rough-field capacity vehicle. They can operate in populated localities and on water basins in distant areas, at nonflying weather and nonavailability of roads, in places where heavy machinery is not applicable (fast stream, rice fields, etc.).

The pilot, without help from outside, can fold the wing (prior to constrained conditions), transport it and then assemble again for operation. The extra fuel, standby wing and floats can be delivered by air on these vehicles, i.e. the servicing does not require the use of any other transport. The wing damage will not cause a loss of the whole airplane. In case of failure of one of the engines a take-off is possible (off-load) by means of a serviceable engine or the airplane moves without the wing.

The wing detachment and release in a case of emergency on the water is done by the pilot through the cabin doors.

The airplane can tow, both on the water and on the ground, other transport vehicles.

Delivery is carried by a large air freighter which is capable of taking aboard 12-15 of such flight vehicles. The preparation time for flight will take 30-40 minutes including the off-loading of the airplane, the wing assembly from its folded state and installation on fuselage, the floats attachment and fuelling. The assembly and preparation of one airplane is performed by two pilots for further flying this craft on a shift system.

It is possible to install a naval inflatable life raft (Raft-5, Raft-10) instead of the passenger seat.


Flight characteristics

Maximum take-off weight                                                      560 kg

Cruise speed                                                                         125 km/h

Flight range (120 l fuel, without passenger)                       400 km

(60 l fuel, with passenger)                                                    170 km

Lift-off speed (60 l fuel, with passenger)                                      65 km/h

Fuselage dimensions with float                                  7.1 – 2.3 – 3.3 m

Wing span                                                                              11 m


To carry out the design I have to find interim financing. The development known to you runs on my own till now.

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