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Thermoplastic composite solid propellant

Modern solid propellants emerged in the early 1940s with the invention of composite propellants, and today have great progress and permanent development. The processing technique with two-roll milling showed that grains production is possible from propellant compositions based on the TPE binder system, which contains higher solids levels. Propellant compositions using this binder system can accept up to 90% filler, depending on the type of process used. This composition blends with a combination of customized propellant cross-section geometry and exposed burning surface, allowing the possibility of designing different types of rocket motors. Modular grain technology applies from small to very large calibres (higher than 500 mm). From early beginning company EDePro improving own developing technology and today is one of the biggest and most reliable producers in this part of Europe.

Thermal insulation materials

Ablative materials are the base of the entire aerospace industry and enable propulsion devices such as solid rocket motors SRM. They are also known as thermal protection systems (TPS) materials. EDePro uses various thermal protection systems and materials, mostly ablative materials (graphite for calculated rocket motor nozzle erosion) and thermal insulation materials. Press material known as AG-4V is made based on modified phenol-formaldehyde resin as a binder and glass threads as a filler. This material has high mechanical strength and heat resistance, good electrical insulating properties, and low water absorption. In addition, AG-4V is chemically resistant and intended for the manufacture of products used in tropical climates. Both technologies belong to the EDePro production with custom-designed and produced mould structures and engineering solutions for each specific rocket motor design.

Fibre optic cable

For the last decade, fibre optics technology has been under development in many countries' armed forces for applications, ranging from fibre optic pay-out dispensers for air, land, and marine vehicles to fibre optic sensors for vehicle navigation and environmental sensing and monitoring. In addition, teleoperated weapon systems provide:

  • Operator standoff capability

  • Non-line-of-sight targeting

  • Precision kill ability with unmatched bandwidth for time on target requirements

This technology also exists in Company EDePro own development of new guided missiles systems as micro cruise missile ALAS and own anti-tank NLOS missile system solution. Within the fibre optic technology package, Company EDePro implemented a complete launcher to missile communication link with a new automated fibre winding machine and supporting equipment for applications up to 25 km fibre optic line. Company fibre optic laboratory also provides high-speed pay-out verification and complete environmental testing.

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