October 25, 2016 10:38 AM ET

Aerospace and Defense

Company Overview of Paragon Space Development Corporation

Company Overview

Paragon Space Development Corporation designs and manufactures thermal control and life support systems for astronauts, contaminated water divers, and extreme environment adventurers, as well as for unmanned space and terrestrial applications. It offers Paragon Commercial Crew Transport-Air Revitalization System, a life support system built to meet or exceed NASA human flight safety standards; Paragon Dive System, a diving system for the U.S. Navy; metabolic (heat regenerated) temperature swing adsorption systems for future lunar and Martian astronaut excursions; solid oxide electrolysis, an air revitalization system for use on the Moon, Mars, and in transit to other destinations; a potable ...

3481 East Michigan Street

Tucson, AZ 85714

United States

Founded in 1993





Key Executives for Paragon Space Development Corporation

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Paragon Space Development Corporation Key Developments

NASA Awards Contract to Paragon Space Development Corporation to Increase Water Recovery on Space Station

NASA has selected Paragon Space Development Corporation to develop a system that will increase the rate of water recovery from the urine of astronauts aboard the International Space Station. The contract is valued at $5.1 million for the delivery of one Brine Processor Assembly (BPA), and is sponsored by NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems Division. Work on the contract will be performed at Paragon Space Development's Tucson facilities. The technology, currently scheduled for flight in 2018, will undergo a test demonstration on the space station to verify it further closes the "water loop," with a goal of achieving at least 94% recovery of water from urine. The Water Recovery System, currently used on station, captures and processes astronaut urine, but additional unrecovered water remains in the resulting effluent (brine). The BPA assembly will be used to reclaim more water from the brine.

Paragon Space Development Corp Names Grant Anderson as New President and Chief Executive

Paragon Space Development Corp. had named Grant Anderson as new president and chief executive. This step taken is for a advancement for Anderson, who has been with the company since its founding in 1993 and was most recently its chief operating officer.

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