Military blast barrier is also called as hesco barrier bastion, defensive barrier, explosion-proof wall, flood barrier concertainer, welded gabion box with geotextile liner, etc. This strong structure filled with sand can stop the damage by ballet and rocket and limit the damage to a certain range.
Military sand wall hesco barrier bastion can be used as ground observation post(OP), fighting position, elevated observation post, mortar(RAM) shelter in military camp or battleground. Military sand wall also can be called as hesco wall, hesco blast wall, military defensive barrier, hesco flood barrier, camp bastion barrier,etc.
Military camp bastion barrier blast wall is made of welded mesh panels and heavy duty non-woven geotextile. Why the welded mesh panel is the core component of military blast wall? Just because the welded mesh panels are crossed by spiral coils,then form a protective welded mesh frame, the welded mesh frame also can be called as welded gabion, the gabion mesh usually has the mesh size of 75mm*75mm, it just can filled up with stones to be used as retaining wall.
The most common application of explosion proof wall blast barrier within a military environment is that of a defence wall, used as security wall to protect personnel and facility from the effect of weapons and to increase security around the perimeter. Military camp bastion barrier walls are generally constructed from multiple courses, and in a pyramid configuration.
Mil 7 military defensive balst barrier/wall has the vast dimension and it is effectively used in field fortifications to protect troops and equipments against bombs. Although it has a big block, it is easy for soldiers to deploy the bastion barriers rapidly. As soon as unpacking the foldable defensive blast barriers, the vast Mil 7 defensive barrier would be pulled out by minimal manpower and be filled up with earth or sand by front end loader, the speed of deploying a blast wall will much quicker than the speed to build a sand bag wall.