Need to improve your perimeter security?

Need a real crash-proof, blast-proof barrier?

Consider KarabloK

KarabloK the hostile vehicle mitigation system

KarabloK to protect against explosions

KarabloK – crash-proof, blast-proof, rapidly deployed, factory finished


KarabloK is a blast-proof and crash-proof modular precast concrete system that forms a highly effective security barrier. Tests have shown it provides protection against multiple cannon strikes, large blast loads and vehicle impact attack. It can be quickly installed and is designed to look good.

We’re seeking partners

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.

Read about our hostile vehicle mitigation standards

See our video of the KarabloK crash tests on YouTube



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.

Read more on KarabloK blast test standards

See KarabloK blast tests on our YouTube channel

30mm HE shell from Warrior tank 2


Further tests on KarabloK units have shown them to provide excellent ballistic protection from multiple 30mm HE cannon strikes.

Read about KarabloK ballistic-protection standards

See our KarabloK anti-ballistic-tests video on YouTube

Fast installation

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.

See our video of how the KarabloK system works


Factory finished

KarabloK is also designed to look good. Its clean, modern profile makes it suitable for applications where both security and appearance are important, such as around hotels where international summit meetings are taking place. Different concrete finishes are also available. Other key aspects of the system are:

  • Special units are designed for wall-ends and gateways
  • Barriers may be topped with security fencing


There are numerous applications for the blast-proof crash-proof KarabloK system. These either:

  • Protect a facility from blasts and impacts coming from the outside, such as in terrorist attacks.
  • Protect people and property from blasts coming from the inside, such as explosions at industrial facilities.

Read more about KarabloK applications 

Latest news

Logo of the DPRTE event

KarabloK sparks interest at DPRTE 2017

We had lots of interest in KarabloK at the DPRTE exhibition in Cardiff on Tuesday. This is the UK’s leading defence procurement and supply chain exhibition and there were some impressive and high level figures … Read more

KarabloK Australia subsidiary launched

A new Australian company – KarabloK Australia Proprietary Ltd – has been set up to run the blast-proof, crash-proof security barrier business in Australia and other parts of Australasia. The company, which is a subsidiary … Read more

Utility defence role for KarabloK

One of the main industrial applications for the KarabloK security barrier is utility defence, based on the blast-proof, crash-proof properties of the system. KarabloK units were originally designed to provide effective anti-ballistic and blast-walling for … Read more

Picture of a truck disintegrating as it crashes into the KarabloK barrier which is designed to stop truck attacks

Truck attacks like Berlin could be prevented by KarabloK

Densely populated pedestrian areas, like the Berlin Christmas Market, are always going to be a target for terrorists but the KarabloK system can go a long way to preventing truck attacks. The attack, which has … Read more