Quantcast

R126: NAR S&T NEW MOTOR CERTIFICATIONS

The Rocketry Forum

Help Support The Rocketry Forum:

billspad

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2009
Messages
2,625
Reaction score
2
**********************************************
R126: NAR S&T NEW MOTOR CERTIFICATIONS

The following Aerotech motor has been certified by NAR Standards &
Testing for general and contest use as a Model Rocket Motor effective
immediately.
This is the same motor currently sold by Apogee Components with the
same designation.


*************************************
Aerotech:

D10-3,5,7
18mm x 70mm


18.75 Newton-seconds Total Impulse
25.13 Newtons Peak Thrust
13.39 Newtons Average Thrust

Propellant mass: 9.8 grams

**********************************************


Jack Kane
John Lyngdal
NAR Standards & Testing
s-and-t@nar.org
 
Last edited:

jj94

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2009
Messages
3,980
Reaction score
0
So what will happen with the D10? With Apogee continue to sell them under their name with AT selling them under their's too or will AT take over? Just curious about it.
 

cjl

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 18, 2009
Messages
12,505
Reaction score
5
Interesting. It's a great little motor, but I'd rather see the D3 back rather than an identical motor branded differently.

Still, it's a nice alternative to the reloads for people who want an 18mm D that burns slower than the 21.
 
Top