Personal Protection

Expectations from the Modern Combat Helmet

17/12/2020 by Manish Khandelwal

MKU's Bolt free ballistic helmets with no holes–no drills technology ensure zero compromis...

Personal Protection

What Constitutes in the making of Hard Body Armour

08/27/2020 by Rajib Pal


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Science behind Night Vision Devices

23/06/2020 by Prachi Gupta

Image Intensifiers give NVD’s the power to uncover anything hiding in the dark and give you a distinct edge over your enemy. To better understand the working of this game-changing technology read our full article

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Instavest Female Vests – Ballistic protection, designed specifically for women

08/03/2020 by Rajib Pal

Women today play an ever increasing role in the Armed Forces. Female soldiers are being trained as equals to men they are every bit as effective and efficient in their service. This is reason for cheer, however their lies one base fundamental that could differentiate a man from a woman, that is the anatomy. As a result of the different anatomical structure of a woman, the Armed Forces need to recognize that for personal protection an alternative solution is required. 

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Night Sights - Image Intensified or Thermal - Which one is right for you

18/12/2019 by Raghav Jain

Considering a night vision weapon sight? Confused between thermal and nightvision (i2) devices? Which one to choose?. Check out our guide to understanding and choosing the night vision technology that would be best suited for your requirements.

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Extending shelf life of body armour

09/12/2019 by Rajib Pal

Body armour is the most crucial layer of a soldiers uniform, see our guide on who to maintain and store it when not in use to ensure maximum life for your body armour

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Choosing a night vision weapon sight – What to look for?

02/11/2019 by Raghav Jain

Following is a list of parameters and guide to refer to while deciding or choosing a weapon sight to go with.

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Extended Role of Combat Helmets

17/11/2018 by Dr. D.D. Dixit

No doubt bullet injuries are more lethal, but fungal infections that tend to nourish on the inner side of helmets during deployment of combatants in tropical and rainy terrains, impede the efficiency/performance by hitting on concentration of soldier in battlefield. Harness/Padding system on the inner hull of helmet can often soak up and retain high levels of moisture in tropical and damp environments.It is an important requirement for agencies facilitating soldiers operating in the jungle environment with proper and quality head gears to overcome itching and related issues when helmets are being worn over an extended period of time.

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