Explorer VPD Parachute
Discover the pinnacle of aerial innovation with our Compact High-Performance Parachute, expertly crafted for education and research endeavors. The Explorer VPD Parachute by Valkyrie Recovery Systems is the highest performance parachute in our Explorer product line.
Unparalleled Material Strength:
Soar with confidence thanks to the lightweight 1.1 oz ripstop nylon and robust 200lb Spectra lines. This combination guarantees resilience and reliability, ensuring your research equipment or educational projects are safeguarded throughout the deployment.
Innovative High-Efficiency Design:
Stand out with our parachute's unique shape and pulled-down vent technology. These features drastically enhance stability and reduce oscillation, vital for precision in data collection and the integrity of experimental results. These parachute have a nominal drag coefficient up to 2.1 at 20 feet/second (which can be slightly higher at lower speeds or higher air density and lower at higher speeds or lower air density)
Specific Deployment Conditions:
Achieve rapid, smooth deployment under dynamic pressures below 25 pounds per square foot, ensuring quick, safe recoveries crucial in sensitive research and learning scenarios.
Convenience and Portability:
Despite its high durability, our parachute prioritizes ease of transport and use. It packs small and deploys rapidly, making it the go-to choice for field operations and educational demonstrations where time and space are paramount.
Ideal for collegiate rockets, balloons, UAVs, and more, this parachute is the cornerstone of practical education and professional research, providing an interactive learning experience and securing data accuracy.
Elevate your aerial projects with our parachute's blend of compact efficiency and unrivaled performance. Step into the future of research and education, where every launch brings invaluable insights and experiences.
For sizing, consult the graph pictured or enter a drag coefficient of 2.1 in your calculations.
The only color option is orange and white.