ROL NEWS--CTI Announces New Pro98 Reloads

CTI Announces New Pro98 Reloads
January 28, 2005
Web posted at: 1:08 PM EST
Gormley, Ontario, Canada (ROL Newswire) -- Cesaroni Technology
Incorporated (CTI) is pleased to announce successful certification of a
series of new reloads for Pro98® and RMS hardware. These new products
cover the range of commonly used 98mm motor sizes, and fit both CTI and
RMS hardware. Following a 3-day certification in early December by the
Canadian Association of Rocketry, the following new reloads were tested
and certified (reloads shown in italics were previously certified but
shown for reference):
Standard Pro98® core-burning reloads, Classic propellant (bright flame,
medium smoke)
Type: Total impulse (Ns): Burn time (s): Initial thrust (lb): CTI
hardware: RMS hardware:
L610-P 4855 7.96 209 P98-2G 98/5120
M1060-P 7313 6.96 336 P98-3G 98/7680
M1450-P 9955 6.87 543 P98-4G 98/10240
N2500-P 13767 5.38 871 P98-6G 98/15360
Pro98® ³Moonburners², Classic propellant
Type: Total impulse (Ns): Burn time (s): Initial thrust (lb): CTI
hardware: RMS hardware:
M520-P 7441 13.61 279 P98-3G 98/7680
M795-P 10133 12.76 387 P98-4G 98/10240
N1100-P 14046 12.50 609 P98-6G 98/15360
Please note the 12.5 second burn N motor. Also, the M520-P was recently
flown to almost 26,000 feet in a minimum diameter rocket, and the
prototype pushed a 6², 39 pound rocket to 15,300 feet. Several altitude
attempts using the N1100 are scheduled for LDRS24 including a two-stage
N1100 ­ N1100 minimum diameter sport-scale Black Brant.
All standard reloads are classified as 1.3C explosives in both the US
and Canada. They may be shipped in the continental US as 1.4C explosives
under DOT E-10996. Important: all Pro98® moonburner reloads feature a
molded one-piece grain that exceeds the DOT-imposed 1.4kg inner package
propellant weight limit for 1.4C shipment, and therefore they may only
be shipped as 1.3C explosives.
For pricing and availability, please contact your favorite CTI motor
Source: Cesaroni Technology Incorporated
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