Worldwide military forces have a need for antiterrorism/force protection measures to protect personnel and critical assets from likely enemy action. METALITH barriers are widely used by U.S. and allied forces in high threat environments...
Nuclear power plants are critical to the everyday functioning of the U.S. economy. Furthermore, the safeguarding of nuclear material is a national security priority. A disruption of electric power or an attack on a nuclear power plant would have potentially devastating consequences.
Flooding is a worldwide problem, and IDT’s METALITH H2O is a proven, practical and effective solution to threats posed by hydrodynamic events. METALITH H2O has been extensively tested and validated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Coastal Hydraulic Laboratory
The chemical and petroleum infrastructure of the United States poses a potential target for terrorists. Oil refineries, pipelines and fuel tank farms, while less publicized than other critical infrastructure pose no less threat to life and property in the event of a terrorist attack.
Erosion control is the practice of preventing or controlling wind or water erosion in agriculture, land development and construction. This usually involves the creation of some sort of physical barrier to absorb the energy of the wind or water that is causing the erosion.
Infrastructure Defense Technologies Headquarters
6550 Revlon Drive
Belvidere, IL 61008
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Schaumburg, IL 60173
Infrastructure Defense Technologies manufactures a line of products designed to protect high value assets against terrorist attacks and natural disasters. Each of these products has been extensively tested and validated by various agencies. Below is a detailed description of each test performed.
INFRASTRUCTURE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGIES, LLC
METALITH™ PRODUCT VALIDATION AND TESTING
|TESTING AGENCY||TYPE OF TEST||DATE||REPORT|
|Department of State - Physical Security Directorate||K12 Anti-Ram Vehicle Barrier Test||APR 2004||Y|
|**Product is Registered on OBO SED List for approved vehicle barriers|
|Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office||K50 Anti Ram Vehicle Barrier Test||DEC 2005||Y|
|(Technical Sopport Working Group)|
|U.S. Army Corps of Engineers||Blast Mitigation||2008||Y|
|Engineering Research and Development Center||Large Charge Explosive Breaching|
|Survivability Branch||Indirect Fire|
|Small Arms Fire|
|Structural Load Bearing|
|(Above IAW MIL-PRF-32277)|
|Nuclear Regulatory Commission||Large Explosives Breaching||JUL 2010||Y|
|Nuclear Security and Incident Response||Protective Delay|
|DBT Based Weapons Threats|
|U.S. Air Force Battle Laboratory||Explosive Weapons||MAY 2006||Y|
|Tyndall AFB, Florida|
|Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center||VBIED||FEB 2004||Y|
|New Mexico Institue of Mining and technology|
|Karagozian and Case||Engineering Analysis||MAY 2005||Y|
|Structural and Protective Engineers||Blast Effects|
|Finite Element Analysis|
|U.S. Army Corps of Engineers||Expedient Floodfight Structures||May 2007|
|Engineering Research and Development Center||Construction|
|Wave Induced Hydrodynamic Testing|
|Static Overtop Testing|
|Debris Impact Testing|