New device protection

Allen Vanguard has announced their Advanced Enclosure as an addition to their existing Universal Containment System (UCS). The new device enables end-users to easily and safely deal with CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive) incidents.

Jul 27, 2006
By David Howell

Allen Vanguard has announced their Advanced Enclosure as an addition to their existing Universal Containment System (UCS). The new device enables end-users to easily and safely deal with CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive) incidents.

The product is designed to protect against devices placed adjacent to walls, near corners or around poles and columns. Because it can be quickly assembled, technicians are able to efficiently contain the threat without having to touch or move the mechanism. It is an additional accessory to enhance the blast/CBRN containment, mitigation and decontamination capabilities of the Universal Containment System.

The Enclosure consists of three layers of ballistic felt, sandwiched between an inner and outer water resistant nylon shell. Depending on the configuration, it can be filled with foam in less than 25 seconds, ensuring speed and efficiency when time is of the essence.

Roy Peers-Smith, managing director of Allen-Vanguard, explains: “As terrorist activities become more frequent and deadly, there is a real need for high quality products and services that can adapt to the variety of threats now facing the global security network. We constantly monitor these ever changing requirements in order to offer the best possible solutions. The Advanced Enclosure is a prime example of this kind of market research. It answers the specific need for end-user safety when dealing with hard to reach deadly devices that otherwise would cause significant problems.”

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