The MultiFEEP design lies at the forefront of micro propulsion technology. We have created this unique system for satellite missions, which have challenging requirements with regard to total delta-V, maximum thrust levels and precise thrust vector control. Through the seamless combination of the independent seven thrust sources and the individually controllable seven thrust vectors, we can create highly complex 3D thrust profiles in order to fulfill demanding space mission challenges. As the underlying technology is the same as with NanoFEEP, we provide the same space mission inheritance and high level of reliability, while delivering ten-times higher thrust and a never before seen maximum delta-V potential in the world of nanosatellite propulsion systems.

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Last updated: 2019-03-22


280 g
maximum thrust
140 µN
dynamic thrust range
min: 1 µN, max: 120 µN
specific impulse
min: 2600 s, max: 8500 s
90 mm
45 mm
total impulse
< 13000 N s
min: 0.4 W, max: 19 W
45 mm




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