Infinity Global Mandiri



Support for various airborne operations for solo jumpers outfitted with full combat equipment. 



-Military Silhoutte Main


The OR-Series Operational Reserve:

-Is Rated To An All Up Weight (AUW) Of 325-450 lb (148-204 kg)

-Is HAHO/HALO Capable Of 35,000 ft (10,668 m MSL)

-Has Similar Flight Characteristics To MS 9-Cell Mains

-Provides A Powerful Flare At Landing


OR-Series Operational Reserve

• Is rated to an all up weight (AUW) of 355-490 lb (161 – 222 kg)

• Is HAHO & HALO capable of 35,000 ft (10,668 m) MSL



• Has similar flight characteristics to CPS 9-cell main parachutes

Reserve Canopies

The Operational Reserve (OR) is an advanced 9-cell elliptical ram-air design that fully compliments the Military Silhouette (MS) main parachutes in size, glide performance and landing capability. The OR’s operational weight limits are also higher than a comparable 7-cell reserve in the same size range.

The OR reserves were designed to meet the high demand for tactical 9-cell reserve canopies that support various airborne opertions for solo jumpers outfitted with full combat equipment. Following years of development and refinement, the Operational Reserve in its varous sizes has passed the strength tests and cutaway standards according to TSO-C23d requirements.

The OR-Reserves passed a series of proprietary evaluation tests for opening characteristics, flight stability, overall handling and landing performance. The result is a reserve canopy that exhibits performance parallel to the CPS 9-cell main parachutes. Your mission will not be compromised in the event of a main parachute malfunction.

9 – Cell Reserve Parachut

Testing summary
Test altitude range, live jumps maximum weight tested maximum live weight tested at altitude Minimum live weight tested at altitude Altitude Loss after a breakaway

    • From 800 ft AGL to 25,000 ft MSL (243.8 m AGL to 7620 m MSL)
    • From 60 KIAS at 3000 ft (914 m) to 130 KIAS at 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
    • 675 lbs (306 kg) at 180 KIAS
    • 490 lbs (222 kg) at 120 KIAS at 25,000 ft (7,620 m)
    • 500 ft to 700 ft (152 m to 213 m)