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.
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.