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Pyrotechnics

26.5mm Signal Cartridge, Single Star Red, White, Green, Yellow, Flash Bang

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Application
Communications between combat forces and battlefield reconnaissance at night are essential elements in operations. The 26.5mm Signal Cartridge is used for short range signalling and for illumination purpose.

Description:
The 26.5mm Signal Cartridges offer a self-sufficient means for signalling and illumina-tion purpose.

Operation
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The cartridge is fired from a suitable 26.5mm Very pistol, either vertically (signalling) or with an angle (Illumination).

Parachute Signal Cartridges

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Application:
Efficient reconnaissance is essential during night operations of ground forces. The parachute Signal Cartridge provides sufficient visibility during missions at night.

Description:
The 26.5mm Parachute Signal Cartridge is used for medium range illumination.

Operation:
The cartridge is fired from a suitable 26.5mm very pistol at an angle of between 45º and 60º.

26.5mm Signal Cartridge, Single Star Red, White, Green, Yellow

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Application
Communication between combat forces and battlefield reconnaissance at night are essential elements in operations. The 26.5mm Signal Cartridge is used for short range signalling and for illumination purpose.

Description:
The 26.5 mm Signal Cartridges offer an self-sufficient means for signalling and illumina-tion purpose.

Operation:
The cartridge is fired from a suitable 26.5mm very pistol, either vertically (signalling) or with an angle (Illumination)

Multiple Effect Rocket System (MERS) Illumination Rocket, 300m

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Application
1. Illumination of the fore field
2. Illumination during search and rescue operations
3. Signalling purpose

Description:
Smokeless burning of the rocket propellant results in minimal signature at initiation combined with no visible signature throughout flight providing concealment from detection of launch. Flight tube design and induced tail spin provide high level of accuracy. The store architecture requires no stored energy in the initiator. Twist initiation provides for both left & right hand operation.

Operation:
MERS incorporates a 3 stage safety system comprising of:
1.Turn twist initiator clockwise from Safe Position “S” into Armed-Position “A”. This  action unlocks the twist initiator allowing it to be pulled in axial direction.
2.Pull twist initiator from Armed-Position into Firing-Position “F”. This action unlocks the twist initiator allowing it to be rotated clockwise or counterclockwise.
3.Twist initiation clockwise or counter-clockwise to fire the rocket.

Standard Military Rocket Para Illumination 9123600

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Application:
For use in any situation where illumination is required. The rocket is fired at an elevation of between 45º and 90º dependant on wind speed and is suitable for:
1.Identification and engagement
2.Internal security and counter insurgency operations

Description:
This 32mm Compact Illumination Rocket is reduced in weight and size and is a light source which produces sufficient light to illuminate areas of terrain. This enables random surveillance to reveal enemy movement in the open, ambush situations to reveal targets or as target illuminators for weapon systems. The Rocket ejects a white flare at 300m (1000 ft), which burns for 30 seconds at 90,000 candela.

Operation:
1.Hold signal firmly by ribbed handle.
2.Unscrew WHITE bottom cap. Do not point at people or property.
3.Hold rocket vertically above head pointing away from body.
4.Ensure hand remain clear of top. To fire - pull red ball sharply down.

Trip Flare DM 26

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Application:
Effective perimeter protection and defence in open fields is accomplished besides electronic surveillance systems by means of pyrotechnic flares which alert and direct security forces in the direction of intruders.

Description:
The Trip Flare is a hand-deployable, non-lethal device. When wire-triggered, it produces a bright white light of at least 30 sec. duration. It disorientates the trespasser for several seconds and illuminates an area of 25m around the ignition point. An infrared variant enhances the night vision capability of the security forces.

Operation:
1.Fix angle iron at bottom of trip flare.
2.Fix angle iron with trip flare at suitable place on.
3.Remove protection cap from screw thread at top of trip flare.
4.Screw ignition system tightly onto thread of trip flare.
5.Attach trip wire to top end (brown knurled cap) of ignition system.
6.Unroll wire from spool to necessary length and fix at strong point.
7.Release safety catch by a) turning knurled wheel towards end of thread, and b) by pulling “U” shaped iron bar forward; this should be safely done with attached lanyard.

Smoke Grenade, Coloured, 90 sec

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Application:
Smoke Grenades provide combat forces with a means of communication / signalling during daylight. Besides individual signalling codes smoke grenades are used, for example, as indicator for wind direction on helicopter landing zones or marking of drop zones.

Description:
The smoke grenade consists of a cylindrical body filled with a smoke composition which is ignited by the next generation of a fly-off lever igniter. Its outstanding design fulfils STANAG 4497 (Hand- Emplaced Munitions) which means no stored energy in the ignition chain. In the unlikely case the grenade was armed but not used, it can disarmed again easily. Upon ignition the smoke grenade will produce a dense coloured smoke over the specified period.

Operation:
1.Place the grenade into throwing hand; fly-off lever pointing inwards. Rotate / turn cap counter-clockwise.
2.Throw smoke grenade downwind side.

Hand Grenade Smoke Coloured

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Application:
Smoke grenades provide to combat forces a means of communication and signalling during daylight. Besides individual signalling codes smoke grenades are used to mark e.g. landing zones with the indication of wind for helicopter pilots.

Description:
The smoke grenade consists of a cylindrical body filled with a smoke composition which is ignated by a fly-off-igniter, which is integrated into the closure lid of the grenade. Upon ignition the smoke grenade will produce a dense coloured smoke over the specified period.

Operation:
1.Place smoke grenade into throwing hand; fly-off lever pointing inwards. Remove safety ring.
2.Throw smoke grenade downwind side.

Impact Simulator (Thunderflash) MECoSt

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Application
Simulation of grenade impacts during infantry training, both force on force and rifle fire training.

Description:
The Impact Simulator MECoSt is based upon the proven quality of the MECS family and is the first impact simulator, which has no fragments or debris after the ignition. This mechanically ignited simulator provides upon ignition a glaring flash, a smoke cloud and a loud bang.

Operation:
The simulator is equipped with an uncocked striker mechanism. By removing the protection cap at the lower end of the simulator, the ignition strap will be exposed. When pulling the ignition strap, the ignition of the effect charge will occur after a delay of 5 seconds.

Minefield Breaching

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Unconventionally deployed mines, booby traps, unexploded ordnance and man-made obstacles, such as triple barbed wires, are meant to stall military operations. The Portable Explosive Minefield Breaching Systems (PEMBS) are tailored around these threats and provide an effective means to safely eliminate them. PEMBS systems are also used for humanitarian de-mining. Generally, a minefield creates an obstacle which will take out the momentum of movements of military forces. To maintain the advance of troops and not to reroute to a position favouring the enemy forces, a fast and effective way to overcome this hindrance is essential in combat. The Portable Explosive Minefield Breaching System (PEMBS) offers a quick and effective way to safely eliminate deployed land-mines as well as man-made obstacle such as triple barbed wires.

Product Types
1.Heavy Portable System
2.Light Portable System
3.Heavy Duty Portable System

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