I received the ballistic recovery system from Junkers Profly and started installation of rocket, container and harnesses. The picture above shows the holding point for the backward Aramid harnesses. Picture below shows the harnesses from above. I will protect them with 0.015 Aluminum strips later on.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Rescue System Harness
This is a detailed photo of one of the fixing points for the parachute. Every point has to be able to withstand a force of 5G.The upper bolts will be replaced by special NAS shear bolts to be sure to the parachute is not lost.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The photo shows the recovery system as seen from above. The hole in the tailcone will later be covered by a 0.020 Aluminum plate. Due to the hole size in a structural important skin, the opening t is supported by a 0.032 doubler. The channel around the hole is to protect the parachute […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For safety reasons we decided to install a ballistic recovery system. This picture shows our own construction how to fix it in the tailcone. The white cylinder is the rocket which if engaged in emergency will pull out the parachute (in the black box). We use the recovery system from Junkers-Profly. They have a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.