Monopropellant Thrusters

31 Monopropellant Thrusters from 9 Manufacturers meet your specification.

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  • Type: Monopropellant Thruster
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
0.22 lbf (1N) @275 psia
Thruster Mass:
0.38 Kg
Specific Impulse:
227.5 Sec
Power Consumption:
18 W (Valve Power)
Space Heritage:
Yes
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SKU:1N Monopropellant Thruster
Satellite:
SmallSat, MediumSat
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
0.320 to 1.1 N
Thruster Mass:
0.290 Kg
Specific Impulse:
200 to 223 Sec
Inlet Pressure:
0.55 to 2.2 Mpa
Space Heritage:
Yes
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SKU:HALCYON
Satellite:
SmallSat
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
0.25 N, 1N, 5N, 10N
Specific Impulse:
150 to 170 Sec
Power Consumption:
4 to 15 W
Supply Voltage:
12 V
Interface:
RS-422, RS-485
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
0.8 to 1 N
Thruster Mass:
0.5 Kg, 0.9 Kg
Specific Impulse:
216 Sec
Inlet Pressure:
0.03 to 4.14 Mpa
Power Consumption:
15 W
Supply Voltage:
28 V
Space Heritage:
Yes
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SKU:MONARC-22-12
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
5 lbf (22N) @190 psia
Thruster Mass:
0.69 Kg
Specific Impulse:
228.1 Secs
Power Consumption:
30 W (Valve Power)
Space Heritage:
Yes
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SKU:BGT-X5
Satellite:
CubeSat, SmallSat
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
0.5 N
Thruster Mass:
1.5 Kg
Specific Impulse:
220 to 225 Sec
Supply Voltage:
6 to 16 V
Interface:
RS-485
Space Heritage:
Yes
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SKU:20N Monopropellant Thruster
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
7.9 to 24.6 N
Thruster Mass:
0.650 Kg
Specific Impulse:
222 to 230 Sec
Inlet Pressure:
0.55 to 2.4 Mpa
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
3.4 to 5 N
Thruster Mass:
0.5 Kg, 1 Kg
Specific Impulse:
218 Sec
Inlet Pressure:
0.06 to 3.9 Mpa
Power Consumption:
15 W
Supply Voltage:
28 V
Space Heritage:
Yes
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SKU:ASE MAX (XENON.KRYPTON)
Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
0.05 N (KRYPTON), 0.06 N (XENON)
Specific Impulse:
1800 s (KRYPTON), 1760 s (XENON)
Power Consumption:
1400 W (KRYPTON), 1400 W (XENON)
Supply Voltage:
28 to 75 V (KRYPTON), 28 to 75 V (XENON)
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Type:
Monopropellant Thruster
Thrust:
5 lbf (22N) @275 psia
Thruster Mass:
0.72 Kg
Specific Impulse:
229.5 Secs
Power Consumption:
30 W (Valve Power)
Space Heritage:
Yes
more info

What is a Monopropellant Thruster?

A monopropellant thruster is a thruster that uses a single chemical as its propellant. Monopropellants are propellants that consist of chemicals that release energy through exothermic chemical decomposition. This release of energy is usually accomplished with the help of a catalyst. A monopropellant does not require a separate oxidizer.

A Monopropellant thruster generates thrust by allowing liquid propellant to flow through an open valve into a catalytic decomposition chamber. This propellant supply to the thruster happens with one or more than one stage of flow control valves. The thrusters are equipped with an internal catalyst bed heater. A thrust is generated when the control valve is commanded to open causing propellant to be fed to the thrust chamber. When the propellant comes in contact with the catalyst a decomposition reaction takes place within the catalyst bed and the hot decomposition gases are then accelerated through a converging-diverging nozzle.

A monopropellant fuel burns without the need for an oxidizer since the oxidizer is already bound into the molecule. This makes the thruster or engine lighter, less expensive, and more reliable.

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