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.
Are you confused by ASTM F 2656, IWA 14, PAS 68 and the different vehicle crash barrier test standards? This article sets out explain these so potential users can understand what standards a product has been tested to. The increased use of trucks as terrorist weapons has led to a… Read more
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 there from different areas of the defence and security industries. Apparently, more than 1,500 people… Read more
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 of the UK-based KarabloK Holdings, is located at Bondi Junction in New South Wales and… Read more
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 military applications and consequently were successfully tested to be compliant with STANAG 2280, the NATO… Read more