Explosive Ordinance Disposal Suits

Full range of market-tested EOD suits and solutions designed to provide full body protection from fragmentation threats and blast overpressure, customizable to fit various mission requirements. Resistances in compliance with MIL-STD-662F and STANAG 2920.

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Specifications

• EOD Suit—Jacket and Pants in a Carry bag
• EOD Helmet and Visor in a Carry Bag
• Chest and Groin Plate
• Back/Spine Protector (Integral)
• Integral Groin Protector
• Overshoes protection
• Static dissipation bands on each foot
• Hand Mitts
• Helmet Light
• Quick doffing Pull Strap
• Bone conduction ear phones and microphone for radio communication system for EOD Technician and headset earphones and microphone communication system for the Control/Command Center
• One Pair of Motorola Radios
• Remote control mounted on right wrist for controlling Helmet ventilation Fan and cooling suit pump
• Cooling Suit consisting of head, jacket and pants with cooling water pipes, water bottle and pump for cooling water circulation
• Battery pack, Lithium Ion 10 mAh
• Provision for optional augmented protection on thighs and shins if required
• Optional air blower fan for cooling the jacket

Total Weight of Suit: Approximately 55 lbs.

The V50 velocities after testing with 17 grain FSP, as per MIL-STD-662F and STANAG 2920, for fragmentation resistance are provided below:
• Suit Front Chest and Groin Areas: 1500 m/s minimum
• Helmet (Front and Back): 700 m/s minimum
• Visor: 700 m/s minimum
• Leg: Thigh, Knee, Shin: 600 m/s minimum
• Arm/Sleeve: 600 m/s minimum
• Back of Suit: 600 m/s minimum