Can our technology go to space?

Sure it can!

The super efficient Hydrogen Peroxide decomposition technology we are developing for power generation purposes perfectly suits the needs of a modern propulsion market.

The oxidizer that had been sent to the grave and was replaced by Liquid Oxygen can resurrect in full glory thanks to the recent advancements in material science and supercomputing. 

The engine presented is a conceptual design of an open cycle 500 kN class rocket engine that utilizes multi staged decomposition process using ceramic reactors and classical turbopump. Clearly exposed “can” at the top is the first stage reactor we call a “vaporizer” designed specifically to be super highly reactive in low temperatures.

No criogenic temperatures

Unlike Liquid Oxygen - based systems Hydrogen Peroxide does not require any special installations do store and supply the oxidizer to the rocket. It makes the system significantly cheaper and easier to maintain.

No igniters required

The reliability and simplicity of the system is greatly higher than the LOX ones. The engine autoignites as soon as valve opens and Kerosene is injected to a combustion chamber. It is as simple as it sounds.

100% Nontoxic

A Hydrogen Peroxide engine is made of metal, ceramics, and uses Peroxide, Kerosene and engine oil. No toxic substances, almost fully recyclable, this design is perfect to meet the growing demands for space launch. It makes it significantly safer for the user

Cutting emissions to the limit

Around 7.5kg of Peroxide per 1kg Kerosene is being used to generate thrust. This means that almost 90% of the gas exhausted from the rocket is zero emission. This - by far - exceeds the most popular LOX systems.

The Architecture is flexible

An engine can be coupled either with classical turbine – driven pump tandem or with electric turbopumps. It’s all dependent on advancements in batteries’ energy density.

In both cases, the performance can boosted – comparing to legacy designs – utilizing 3D metal printing, 3D aero and hydro foil design, metal matrix composites, etc.

The most crucial and innovative part of the design is however the multistaged ceramic reactor decomposing hydrogen peroxide with efficiency exceeding 99% without any preheating and life enabling multiple runs of the engine. The technology we are developing for power generation purposes perfectly suits the needs of modern propulsion industry.