Military Field Kits

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Operational Equipment

SLEEP, SHELTER, STORAGE, PORTAGE, FOOD AND WATER ARE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR AN OPERATIONAL SOLDIER OR OPERATIVE IN A COMBAT ZONE.

Backpacks

The Bergen type back pack used for the carrying of kit and equipment for long operations. It is a large back pack with reinforced supports in the pack. Manufactured from Cordura 1000D or 600D offers strength, durability and water resistant and water poof properties. Each back pack has multi pouches for extra storage. Supplied in any colour or camouflage.

The Assault back pack designed for fast deployment for a maximum of three to four days. Lightweight Cordura 600D or 1000D offers durability and functionality. Multi pouch system or Molle system available. Any colour or camouflage.

Transport Duffels and Kitbags, rectangular or cylinder shape, strong durable zipper with or without extra pouches. Typically used for personal kit whilst travelling to and from operational zones. Any colour and camouflage.

Hydration Backpacks

Hydration packs are an essential piece of equipment to an operational soldier, policeman or operator. Hydration packs allow for the carrying of water without water bottles. Drinking water and staying hydrated is essential. Hydration packs are supplied as integrated systems into tactical vests or stand-alone packs with 2 and 3 litre bladders with one way valve systems to prevent spillage. The outer shell of the hydration pack is manufactured from Cordura or Nylon in any camouflage or plain colour.

Tents and Shelter Systems

Tents are supplied to specification of the end user. There are many different sizes and designs to serve as Command tents, Hospital tents, Mess tents, Troop tents and individual soldier tents. All tents are waterproof, mould proof and wind resistant. Tents can be supplied with or without full sides and with half sides.

Sleeping Equipment

Sleeping bags manufactured from poly T190T PA shell, Poly 190T lining. Spray bonded with side or centre zipper. Any colour or camouflage. Sleeping bags are supplied according to operational conditions (hot or cold temperatures) that determine the warmth or coolness of the sleeping bag.

Stretchers, bunk beds, single beds and mattresses. Each item used in different conditions. Stretchers are easy to fold up and carry and are used when operating from temporary bases. Bunk beds manufactured from steel alloy are easy to assemble and provide sleeping facility for longer term camp operational conditions.

Canteen Sets, Water Bottles, MREs and Ration Packs

Water bottles carried on the hip made from plastic or aluminium in a 1 litre or 2 litre option with carry pouches and integrated canteen sets. These provide the soldier with water and a canteen to use for meals.

MRE’s (Meal Ready to Eat) ration packs, 12 and 24 hour MREs to cater for all diets. Advanced diets system for the operational soldier ensure correct calorie intake for the soldier to maintain optimal performance. The MREs are lightweight, easy to use and packed per 12 or 24 hour meal requirement. Can be supplied as Halaal or Kosher or as a typical African diet.

Transport Cases

Transport cases for communication equipment, weapons and optics. Hard shell, waterproof, dustproof, drop tested. All cases are injection moulded Mil-Standard Waterproof of ultra-high strength polypropylene copolymer resin and gasket-sealed, water tight and dust tight submersible design MIL-C-4150J.

Other options available with weather resistant 600 Denier ballistic nylon exterior with internal padding to protect contents from damage in transport coupled with durable tamper proof clasps. All cases are impact resistant.

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Unit 27, Constantiaberg Business Park, Princessvlei Road, Diep River, Cape Town, South Africa

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