Mifram Security Dune Barrier - Cat. No. BMFR-112
Steel Netting Barrier for borders preventing access and isolating threat areas and checkpoints.
Universal barrier consisting of rolls of steel netting and geotechnical fabric or a rolled metal, galvanized and painted envelope – sand filled – and used for borders, vehicle barriers, preventing access and isolating threat areas and check points.
Dune is a modular system for building barriers using reinforced steel netting or, in its other version, galvanized steel cells. The Dune barrier is a universal, portable and easily installed barrier in any field conditions and prevents access by vehicles, people, motorbikes, animals and more.
Dune Barrier Features:
- Protecting bases with circular and square Dune units
- System used on Israel-Egyptian border to block roads from smugglers
- Stopping medium and heavy vehicles and trucks on the border
- Protecting bases
- Easy transportation from location to location
- 12 galvanized metal Dune units, 2 meter diameter, on one pallet
- Easy filling with sand using a tractor
- PATENT PENDING
- Approved by the IDF Commander Engineering Corps - Fortifications
Dune Barrier Advantages:
- Any filling material can be used – dirt, sand, rock etc.
- The Dune can be emptied (metal version) and easily transported to a different location – reusable.
THE DUNE BARRIER IS AVAILABLE IN 2 MODELS:
1. NETTING & STRENGTHENED GEO-TECHNIC CLOTH
Made from galvanized, corrugated, painted steel net and geotechnical fabric – with floor. The fabric model is provided flat and takes up almost no space. It is easily deployed within a few minutes by just two soldiers.
Made of galvanized and painted corrugated metal – no floor. The metallic model in supplied only in 40 cm rolls. the rolls are easily transported and deployed by two soldiers in just a few minutes.
Equipment needed for installation
- Manpower for unloading
- Where sand is not available, crane truck and bigbags with sand
- Where sand is available – digger, mechanical shovel, bulldozer
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