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Three propellants are currently available in the UK.

White Lightning

White Lightning is a great all-round propellant with a dense smoke trail. The motor designation for this propellant is 'W'.

The White Lightning propellant is a conventional/classic burn. In some motors this propellant can be made as a slow burner, great for high altitude flights.

Redline

Redline has a long distinct red flame with less smoke. The motor designation for this propellant is 'R'.

The Redline propellant is a fast burn, great for spectacular fast flights.

Blue Thunder

Blue Thunder has very little flame or smoke but burns fast with a great 'punch'. The motor designation for this propellant is 'T'.

The Blue Thunder propellant is a very fast burn, typically offering high thrust at shorter burn times.

Naming Convention

Aerotech motors are named in one of two conventions, depending on the specific motor.

The two naming conventions are easily distinguishable based upon the designation before the hyphen.

Low power naming, e.g. F67-4W

Low power motors are typically named with a single letter and a number before the hyphen. After the hyphen you will see a number (or the letter P) followed by the propellant designation.

Example: F67-4W

High power naming, e.g. I140W-14A

High power motors are typically named with a single letter, a number and the propellant designation before the hyphen. After the hyphen you will see either the letter P or the delay specification.

Example: I140W-14A