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Innovative fire-resistant ammunition container

The ammunition kept outside a safe container can cause major human casualties, especially during a war.

An Israeli company specialising in the development of special composite materials, has developed a new technology to produce a fire-resistant container for military ammunition. The offered container is created from the special composite material and is constructed in such a way that prolongs heat and explosion resistance for an extended period of time.

The technology can be also used to both manufacture these ammunition containers and to modify currently used safe boxes used to protect documents within - to give the customers (such as financial institutions, banks) fire-resistance and bullet-proof protection.

The technology is applied in the areas where prolonged intensive heat and fire risks are foreseen.

The company is the sole supplier of Fire Resistant Ammunition Containers (FRAC) of this kind for tanks and combat vehicles using active heat and fire isolating technology since 1978.

In fact, the company wants to establish good cooperation with

the partners experienced also in military / defense industry, who would know their local market needs and are ready to undertake / offer / distribute the described product to the end-user companies. The latters could be project integrators, industrial companies, military / firefighting companies. The company invites local agents to cooperate under the conditions of commercial agency agreement or distribution services agreement.

» Type: Commercial

» Reference: BOIL20151026001/ISRAEL

» Country: Israel

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