The test stand was designed for motors up to 2000N thrust.It has counterweights and three holes for earthnails on each side. The motor is mounted horizontally eliminating the need for a blast deflector. For thrust measurement, a converted brake cylinder as shown on Richard Nakka's site is used. The motor will be equipped with temperature sensitive tapes at eight predetermined places over the thrust chamber to collect heat transfer data to the chamber wall, eventual hotspots and possible points of structural failure.Once both oxidiser and fuel tank are filled they will be pressurized remotely. Both tanks feature remotely operated emergency dump valves.