New Delhi: From ultra light weight bullet proof jackets for VIPs and Indian soldiers to latest range of night vision devices with high quality optics will be on display by MKU at DEFEXPO 2014 at Pragiti Maidan, New Delhi, from February 6-9, 2014.
Known for its world-class protection solutions, MKU, a leading manufacturer of ballistic protection equipment and night vision devices will display some of its latest products. These include ballistic jackets, armour inserts, helmets, advanced protection gear, platform protection solutions for aircrafts, naval vessels and land vehicles. However, it is the latest range of personal protection gears that the company is expected will catch attention.
US patented, MKU’s Instavest is bullet proof jacket which can be dismantled in seconds, is ultra light (1.5 kg) and can protect from 9mm ammunition. Besides, hard armour plates concealed inside the pockets can provide additional protection from assault rifles like AK47. These vests can be easily worn by soldiers, VVIP’s and politicians under their clothes. MKU claims this vest complies with the most stringent and new International Standards like NIJ 0101.06.
Another jacket by MKU is JFL 1A Floatation over-vests which besides offering ballistic protection also prevents from drowning as a person up to 80kg can remain afloat in water. These jackets have been developed specially for the Navy, Coast Guard and other Marine Law Enforcement Agencies. In fact, Indian Army’s infantry division that has 355 battalions has a strong requirement for bullet-proof jackets, ballistic helmets.
Another highlight will be the display of our its range of Night Vision Devices showcasing the Jaguar 7 Binocular, Jaguar 14 Monocular and Night Eye weapon sight. The latest range of night vision devices offer larger field of view, long range illuminators and high quality optics.
MKU’s Boltfree helmet offers a complete head protection to soldiers. It is based on no-drill concept which not only is comfortable due to its snug-fit, low sweating feature, but also increases protection against ballistic threats. MKU claims that according to a survey, the bolts mounted on the outer shell of the helmet act as lethal secondary fragments that endanger the soldiers wearing it. Its CVC-C2 Communications helmet offers unhindered communication in noisy environments.
Where: Booth No -9.5 ; Hall No -- 9 at Pragiti Maidan, New Delhi