KarabloK Holdings has patents pending around the world and is establishing relationships with commercial partners in these territories. We are currently looking for partners for manufacturing, sales and installation in: Africa, Australia, Eurasia, Europe and the Middle East.
KarabloK: the crash-proof, blast-proof solution
When KarabloK units are connected by their unique coupling system, the wall provides an outstanding hostile vehicle mitigation system to stop trucks and truck-bombers in their tracks.
Do you need blast protection? Tests on individual units reveal outstanding fragmentation protection from both medium-sized indirect fire (IDF) munitions and RPG shaped charge rounds.
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Further tests on KarabloK units have shown them to provide excellent ballistic protection from multiple 30mm HE cannon strikes.
KarabloK walls can be rapidly assembled as permanent or temporary barriers with no need for foundations or ground-fixing. A unique coupling system enables them to create walls 20 feet high or more. They can also be quickly dismantled and units reused.
Christmas market organisers across the UK may have been urged to protect shoppers from terrorist truck attacks but it is important that they choose a hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) system that offers real protection, says KarabloK director Gareth Neale. He fears many of the barriers and bollards being sold as… Read more
Question: When is a hostile vehicle mitigation system not a hostile vehicle mitigation system? Answer: when the vehicles it is designed to stop are not hostile. And in this case, when it’s intended to improve bridge safety. Whether a vehicle is driven with menace by terrorists intent on crashing or… Read more
Hostile vehicle mitigation systems don’t have to turn our public spaces into ugly, oppressive, intimidating fortresses, as this one shows … if you can see it. It’s easy to miss it at first glance but this computer-generated image shows an entrance to Paddington Station with a KarabloK HVM system protecting… Read more
Hostile vehicle mitigation systems (HVMs) are becoming an increasingly common site on our streets as a host of public and private sector organisations ramp up anti-terrorist measures. But are they making the right choices? Their focus has largely been on stopping trucks and cars that have recently been the favoured… Read more