I want to thank you for the parachutes you supplied. You reinforced the stitching and shroud line attachment points on some 3ft Kevlar parachutes for us several months back. The parachutes are working fantastically. None of the parachutes have sustained any damage and are being deployed at over 300 mph with a relatively heavy rocket.
Enterprises, Inc. has always been committed to providing
you with the best in High Power Rocketry supplies, rocket chutes
and products. The demand for our RECOVERY Systems has grown tremendously
in a very short period of time. The reliability of our chute deployments
and the awesome success rates of our chutes has generated many
a satisfied customer. You can count on the ROCKETMAN to keep providing
you with the best of the best. That goes for products and service.
Rocketman 19ft Parachute is used by the majority of the heavy
level 3 certification rockets. "You and your rockets are
in good hands with Rocketman Parachutes.
Rocketman Parachutes are the #1 choice for Tripoli Rocketry Association and the National Association of Rocketry Level 1-2-3 Certifications
Standard Low-Porosity 1.1
Pictured Below: 30ft. Standard Chute
STANDARD Recovery Systems are
made of low-porosity 1.1 rip-stop nylon
Calculations are based on 15
to 20 ft. per second descent.
Adjustable descent (pat#5472394)
Quick, soft, reliable deployment
No shock cord required
Reinforced with nylon tape &
Tubular shroud lines sewn over the
top of the canopy
The NASA MACH II BALLISTIC
parachute is the newest addition to come out of Rocketman Enterprise
Inc. The NASA Mach II chutes have been successfully deployed at
over 1,000 mph. These chutes make excellent drogue chutes and
with a two year guarantee.
When you need that bit of
extra strength recovery insurance, you can't go wrong with a ROCKETMAN
Kevlar Chute. The canopy is made of Kevlar & Nomex material
and the shroud lines are made of tubular Kevlar. Comes in four
sizes, 3ft., 4ft., 5ft. & 6ft. Order yours today!
Watch Below The Rocketman's
Ballistic Mach II Parachute in Action
Congratulations goes out to
Derek Deville for his outstanding flight with his
rocket at the Black Rock Desert on 10-1-11 his rocket
reached an altitude of 121,000 ft. with a speed
of 3,200 ft/sec. the rocket pulled over 15g,s, it
was successfully recovered with a Rocketman Mach