Mifram Fortified Container - Mifram Security
Mifram Fortified Container - Mifram Security
Mifram Fortified Container - Mifram Security
Mifram Fortified Container - Mifram Security
Mifram Fortified Container - Mifram Security

Mifram Fortified Container

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Mifram Security Fortified Container

Fortified Container for Army and Military troops

Fortified container used as a safe room. The container can be buried in the ground or used as an above ground structure.

The fortified container is a unique shelter system available in two configurations in order to provide protection levels relevant to the threat:

  1. Underground – a wide pit is excavated, the container is placed in the pit (either by crane or towing) and then covered with soil.
  2. Above ground – The containers walls are covered with soil.

Fortified Army and Military Container

  • Burying a fortified container
  • Work done Immediately by troops in the field
  • Covering with soil - minimum 40 cm
  • Dependent on the threat level, ground conditions, equipment limitations and availability, the container can either be buried underground or covered with soil above ground or protected with a protective wall.
  • The containers roof is armored with a 2.4 m. x 8 m. steel plate. Provides protection against 120 mm. mortar (and higher as required).
  • Strengthening the container roof with fortified steel
  • Approved by the IDF Commander Engineering Corps - Fortifications

Fortified Container Advantages

  • Can be used as a modular component in staging areas and/or permanent sites needing extra shelters in an emergency.
  • The optimal, low cost solution for staging areas, troop concentrations and temporary forward bases.
  • Can accommodate up to 100 soldiers for short periods.

Equipment needed for installation

  • The fortified container can be towed into place by an armored vehicle, armored tractor, transported on an 80 ton/meter crane truck or on a truck such as a Rio “Arrow”.
  • Fast and simple installation using mechanical equipment.
  • Easily dismantled and transported.
  • Implementation using troops in the field and their skill sets.

Purchase and Supply

  • The first fortified containers were supplied to the IDF during Operation Protective Edge (Mifram supplied 20 units a week).
  • Up to 100 units can be supplied in the first month and 200 units and more every additional month.

Mifram Fortified Container Specification Table:

Dimensions – steel plate
Length ~8 m.
Width ~2.4 m.
Thickness 30 mm.
Weight ~3 t.


Dimensions – 20’ Container
Length 6 m.
Width 2.4 m.
Height 2.8 m.
Weight ~3 t.