Monolithic panels resistant to blast and ballistics

Monolithic panels resistant to blast and ballistics

SECURITY & DEFENCE
ACELL INDUSTRIES LTD has manufactured and tested lightweight monolithic panels resistant to blast and ballistics which can be quickly deployed in the form of prefabricated units or as external cladding for existing structures. Their modular nature allows them to be easily dismantled, stored and re-used multiple times.

ACELL PANELS™ offer fire protection as well as thermal and acoustic insulation allowing them to be used for accommodation purposes in addition to providing offices, control rooms and strategic warehousing. The patented technology used to manufacture these composite panels is the result of extensive research conducted together with prestigious scientific laboratories, academic institutions and high-tech companies.

Three different formats of Panel

ACELL PANEL™ can be used or stored in the harshest of field conditions and the most inclement of weather and can be offered in three different formats:
Prefabricated Units
These lightweight factory assembled units can be lifted into position by helicopter or transported by truck, offering immediate protection in the field. These are ideal for short-term deployments or during the initial stages of a longer operation.
Modular Flat-pack
Easily transportable and simple to set up, the modular panel system can be used to build a variety of structures for medium to long term use and habitation.
External Cladding
The panels can be applied to the exterior of existing buildings to provide additional protection, to change a building’s characteristics or to offer additional capabilities. A customizable surface finish can be used to hide their presence.

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ACELL INDUSTRIES LTD provides efficient, innovative and visionary solutions through its joint venture Pelta Protection Systems Limited.
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INNOVATION – SMART PANEL

ACELL PANEL™ offers a high level of versatility, having the capability to incorporate additional materials and electronic or electromagnetic systems within the foam layer during construction.
Antennas: the panels can accept embedded or conformal communications, microwave or low-power radar antennas. These can be integrated within the foam layer or on the panel surface.
Radar absorbing materials or structures: to reduce radar signatures or electromagnetic interference
Antibacterial: the panels can accept embedded substances which enable them to provide an excellent antimicrobial effect.
Acoustic systems: acoustic sensors and/or transmitters can be fitted to panels and connected to amplifiers or signal processors to provide various acoustic functions such as surveillance, perimeter defense, 1-way or 2-way communication and alarm.

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