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AeroTech Consumer Aerospace
RCS Rocket Motor Components, Inc.
2113 W. 850 N. Street
Cedar City, UT 84720
United States

Customer Sales: (435) 865-7100
Warranty Department: (435) 865-7100 Ext. 3
Fax: (435) 865-7120


AeroTech was founded by Gary Rosenfield in Sacramento, California in 1982 to develop, manufacture and market specialized composite propellant hobby rocket motors. The company has since become a main supplier of high power rocketry (HPR) motors and hardware.

AeroTech has been producing rocket motors for the motion picture special effects industry since the early 1980's. AeroTech rocket motors have been featured in numerous motion pictures since then, and you can look for them in “Iron Eagle”, “Delta Force 2”, “Tank Girl”, “Star Trek: Generations,” “Tomorrow Never Dies,” and “October Sky”. AeroTech also supplies rocket motors to educational institutions and rocket parts to other hobby rocket kit manufacturers. AeroTech kits and motors have been featured in a National Geographic article and PBS television show on thunderstorm research, a Travel Channel special on Ray Halm's “Aries” project, a “Junkyard Wars” episode and a Discovery Channel “Mythbusters"”program on the legend of Wan Hu.

The core strength of AeroTech's product line is its composite propellant rocket motor technology. Compared to conventional black powder propellant, composite propellant can produce up to three times the power for the same propellant weight. In addition, composite propellant technology permits the creation of rocket motors with performance characteristics and sound and visual effects not possible with black powder propellant technology.

Since its founding in 1982, AeroTech has grown to become the largest supplier of “D” through “G” power composite model rocket motors, mid-power rocket kits and related products and “H” through “N” high power rocket motors in the world.


Updated: October 25, 2007