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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.
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.
Hesco bastion barrier blast wall has been developed for the purposes of force protection and flood protection. The hesco bastion concertainer units are extensively used in the protection of personnel vehicles, equipment, facilities in military,peacekeeping, humanitarian,etc. The blast wall barrier system can provide good resistance to ballistic and fragmentation penetration,especially when placing the blast barrier wall around the perimeters of camps and bases to protect military machinery as well as troops.
Hesco bastion concertainer is also named as explosion-proof barrier or blast wall. Each unit of bastion barrier can be stacked up to build a military bunker, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters. Easy & quick deployment is the advantage of blast barrier to be a earth berm.
Blast Barrier is also known as anti-explosion barrier/wall. It is widely used as temporary fort,command post, artificial trenches to protect army and civilians from being attacked by fire during riot. The welded gabion blast barrier system would reduce the casualties in the war.
Bastion Wall is a multi-celluar barrier system which is assembled by galvanized steel mesh panels, spiral coils and heavy duty non-woven geotextile. Hesco Blast Barrier is also called as defence barriers,gabion barriers which is usually used as temporary or semi-permanent dike against explosions or flood.