High-temperature thrust chambers
Refractory thrust chambers for chemical thrusters
We can design and manufacture thrust chambers, including nozzle and injectors according to your requirements. The materials include In718, Nb-Hf C103, rhenium, and PtRh20.
Improved design allows for significant mass savings
Up to 30% cost reduction compared to the traditional thrust chambers
Short lead time
Waiting time reduced down to 3 months thanks to in-house capabilities and processes.
|Nozzle throat diameter||1 - 15||mm|
|Nozzle exit diameter||20 - 300||mm|
|Total length||50 - 350||mm|
|Wall thickness||0.3 - 5||mm|
|Chamber internal diameter||5 - 50||mm|
Inconel 718 (IN718) is a nickel-based superalloy known for its high strength and excellent corrosion resistance, making it a go-to material in high-temperature applications. Within the context of thrust chambers, IN718 is primarily employed in the construction of injectors and nozzle extensions. Its relatively low melting temperature makes it especially suited for these components. Adding to its advantages is its cost-effectiveness, making it an affordable option without compromising on performance. One of the standout features of IN718 is its adaptability to 3D printing technologies, allowing for the creation of complex shapes, including the integration of cooling channels. Our rigorous tests have shown that IN718 can withstand temperatures as high as 1100°C, making it a reliable choice for high-temperature thrust chamber components.
Technical specification and pricing on request
Reaction wheel for nanosatellites
MRW 35 reaction wheel series
We designed and tested compact and capable reaction wheel for ADCS subsystems for nano-satellites between 3 - 16U.
Improved momentum storage allow for better satellite control
We lowered power consumption both during standy and operation by up to 20%
Our reaction wheels have unparalleled torque available for your slew manoeuvres