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2 Core Competencies Designing protective solutions for building infrastructure and personal military use. Developing protective systems that cope with future large- scale threats. Live-testing, full-scale blast & ballistic testing programs. Advanced, patent registered technologies. Engineering, manufacturing & project management capabilities and services. 33 years with an impeccable track record of thousands of projects meeting strict blast and ballistic requirements.

3 Our Main Markets Embassies Government and federal buildings Barracks Public buildings and commercial centers Oil refineries Banks Sport halls/stadiums Military installations Transportation terminals and stations Theaters Religious institutions

4 Why Worry?.. Terrorism worldwide since 1970 ( source MIPT ) 23,876 incidents; 83,130 injuries; 32,649 fatalities Bombing attacks – Car Bombs – Suicide Bombers Explosive materials – Readily available – Affordable – Easy to use – Difficult to detect

5 What Was Needed A solution for eliminating the hazards from concrete and brick debris that follow a blast event.

6 The Design Challenge Balancing between the following requirements: Security Functionality Aesthetics and Environmental Friendliness And….. Costs.

7 Protection Design (1) The charges weight and the stand off distance define the Pressure (psi) and the Impulse (psi x msec) Charges weight Stand off Distance T.N.T

8 Examples of Blast Loads 100 kg10 kg Charge weight 30 [m]20 [m]10 [m] 30 [m] 20 [m] 10 [m] Standoff Pressure [psi] Impulse [psi*msec]

9 Protection Design (2) The heavier the charge, the longer the blast duration. The shorter the stand off, the higher the pressure. Changing the charges weight and its location relatively to the target, influences the blast characteristics.

10 The Solution: Ballistic Wall Covering Innovative, patented technology using composite materials for protecting and shielding people within a building from blast event hazards.

11 Advantages Withstands the highest blast levelsmore than 300 psi*msec (Impulse). Offers best protection to walls integrated with blast-proof windows and doors. Reduces substantially hazards from wall debris in case of a direct hit from shoulder-launched anti-tank weapons. Can be used and installed rapidly by infantry troops in hot zones(In-use by the I.D.F).

12 Characteristics & Use Ideal for retrofit projects and for protecting historical buildings. Can be applied in banks to protect safe rooms. Offers engineering flexibility in meeting architectural design specifications. Can be used to reinforce infrastructures against earthquakes. Eliminates the need to use heavy and massive framing methods for blast reinforcement of existing walls. Very cost effective. Environmentally friendly. Breathing (porous) material which maintains room ventilation. Can be decorated and painted with commercially available paints. Flame retardant and fungi resistant.

13 Live Blast Tests – Masonry Wall Stand Off – 0.75 meter, Charge – 4 kg of T.N.T (with shrapnel). BeforeAfter

14 Live Blast Tests – Masonry Wall Stand Off – 1 meter, Charge – 4 kg of T.N.T InsideOut side

15 Live Blast Tests – Masonry Wall Stand Off – 1 meter, Charge – 4 kg of T.N.T Protected WallUnprotected Wall

16 Live Blast Tests – Masonry Wall Stand Off –1 Meter, Charge – 4 kg of T.N.T (with shrapnel). Before After

17 Live Blast Tests – Masonry Wall Stand Off –1 Meter, Charge – 4 kg of T.N.T (with shrapnel). Before After

18 Live Blast Tests-Masonry Wall Stand off and charges data are classified Before After

19 Live Blast Tests – Masonry Wall

20 Live Blast Tests – Concrete Wall Before After The Achidatex Ballistic Wall Covering prevented concrete from collapsing Direct Kassam Detonation

21 Live Blast Tests – Concrete Ceiling Direct Kassam Detonation

22 Anchoring Sections

23 Installation

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30 Tests Results

31 Testing Programs Israeli Army - Home Front Command U.S. Department of Defense U.S. Marine Corps - E.O.D. European M.O.D.

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