LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Paul Jarvi » Sat, 18 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Hi there

Everyone probably remembers my posts some while back about my Level 3
(the 1/2ton aluminium one :-) Well the new, not so heavy, fibreglass
version is now nearly completed but I need to sort out pre-ordering some
motors for LDRS and for BALLS.
        PLEASE could someone give me a phone number for someone who will
be selling AeroTech reloads at both events as it's kinda getting a bit
close...like two weeks!
        Cheers everyone.

Ben Jarvis
--
Ben Jarvis
Who is now PREFECT of Tripoli UK as of yesterday!!!!!!!!!!!

 
 
 

LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Bob » Sat, 18 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> Ben Jarvis
> Who is now PREFECT of Tripoli UK as of yesterday!!!!!!!!!!!

So what's all this about then?

Bob.

P.S. That was a cool two stage deployment flight at UKRA...
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LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Darrell D. Moble » Sat, 18 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>         PLEASE could someone give me a phone number for someone who will
> be selling AeroTech reloads at both events as it's kinda getting a bit
> close...like two weeks!


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LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Neal Bake » Sun, 19 Jul 1998 04:00:00


If Ken is getting low on any of the stock of motors that you
need I know that Dr. Rocket will be selling some motors as
well as Mojave Rocketry.
Quote:


> >         PLEASE could someone give me a phone number for someone who will
> > be selling AeroTech reloads at both events as it's kinda getting a bit
> > close...like two weeks!


> --
> Visit "Rocketry Online" at http://www.RocketryOnline.com for the latest rocketry-oriented
> Internet information.

> "You come here, we'll take you there..."

 
 
 

LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Paul Jarvi » Tue, 21 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Quote:

>> Ben Jarvis
>> Who is now PREFECT of Tripoli UK as of yesterday!!!!!!!!!!!

>So what's all this about then?

Tripoli...I'm guessing you know who they are :-)

Well we now have a UK prefecture of it....

And I'm prefect...

All it means is that people can do Tripoli certs here in the UK, which
hopefully will not be neccessary when we sort out cross recognition of
UKRA and Tripoli procedures.

Quote:
>Bob.

>P.S. That was a cool two stage deployment flight at UKRA...

You mean right up until it landed in the lake and totalled my IAX-96
accelerometer?  :-(

Ben

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LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Jerry Irvi » Tue, 21 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Quote:

> All it means is that people can do Tripoli certs here in the UK, which
> Ben Jarvis

I am curious Ben, how have you obtained UK approval for import and
discharge of HPR motors over 113g?

Jerry

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LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by john lyngd » Wed, 22 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Quote:


>Subject: Re: LDRS motor availability URGENT!!
>Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 19:07:41 -0800


>> All it means is that people can do Tripoli certs here in the UK, which
>> Ben Jarvis
>I am curious Ben, how have you obtained UK approval for import and
>discharge of HPR motors over 113g?
>Jerry

Now isn't that the pot calling the kettle black. Sheesh.  Jerry Irvine, thhe
man of law & disorder.

        John Lyngdal
        NAR 69264 L2

 
 
 

LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by David L Wilkin » Fri, 24 Jul 1998 04:00:00


Same way as everyone else who wants to promote the hobby/sport by working
with the relevant authorities, submitting the relevant paperwork, and
ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations before we start.

A simple lesson here for everyone.. just work with the system, even if you
hate the personalities.. Achieves far more for everyone..

David L. Wilkins
NAR 72771

Quote:


>> All it means is that people can do Tripoli certs here in the UK, which
>> Ben Jarvis

>I am curious Ben, how have you obtained UK approval for import and
>discharge of HPR motors over 113g?

>Jerry

>--
>Jerry Irvine, Box 1242, Claremont, California USA


 
 
 

LDRS motor availability URGENT!!

Post by Paul Jarvi » Sat, 25 Jul 1998 04:00:00




Quote:


>> All it means is that people can do Tripoli certs here in the UK, which
>> Ben Jarvis

>I am curious Ben, how have you obtained UK approval for import and
>discharge of HPR motors over 113g?

It is quite simple to obtain approval in a UN country to import
explosives that have already been classified by another UN authorised
body in another UN country, the weight of propellant is of no
significance.
        The DOT have classified and approved all of AeroTech's motors
and issued them with UN hazard codes (UN 0349, 0351, 0186 and 0275)
which are recognised by the 'Health and Safety Executive' who are the UN
authorising body here in the UK. We submited details of the motors and
their DOT approval forms which we obtained from AeroTech to the HSE who
then put them on the 'importable explosives' list, this cost us a few
hundred pounds and took a while but we can now legally import all of
AeroTech's line. We will also be able to import Kosdon motors in the
next few months.

Quote:
>Jerry

Ben

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Ben Jarvis