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BAE unveils explosion-proof technology for military vehicles inspired by beetles 21 November 2016

A bendable titanium alloy suspension system inspired by the hard shells and flexible legs of Ironclad beetles could hold the key to protecting future military vehicles from explosive impacts, BAE has announced. The alloy is made from the same type of material used in flexible spectacles and allows the suspension to ‘bounce back’ into shape after impact, so that the vehicle can continue its mission. ...

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Developing a bespoke protective garment for the munitions industry 22 May 2015

Every day, employees at BAE Systems Munitions facility in South Wales are handling explosive substances that could potentially present a risk of combustion if not handled correctly. This makes safety management a top priority. Employees working at the facility require the highest level of protection. To meet this risk, BAE Systems enlisted the expertise of DuPont to develop a complete protection solution....

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Arco secures new PPE contract with BAE Systems 17 January 2013

Arco, the UK’s leading safety company, has announced a new three-year contract to supply PPE, work wear and workplace safety products to defence contractor BAE Systems. An on-site dedicated Trade Counter has also been established at BAE Systems’ Portsmouth facility, giving employees the flexibility of trying and selecting equipment as and when it is required....

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Isle of Wight bomb disposal operation postponed 22 May 2012

An operation to remove two World War Two pipe mines from land near Cowes has been put on hold over fears one of the mines could have damaged local businesses nearby. On May 20 disposal experts, Ramora UK, successfully removed one pipe mine located close to the Island’s main gas pipe on land owned by BAE Systems....