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The guard protective shelter HAB1 was widely used on military bases to protect troops against booms. It is also called as collective shelter HAB1, military camp bastion barrier, army barricades,etc. The protective structure is a aggregate of robust hesco sand bags which filled with sand, earth, even fine sediment, so it is also named as military sand wall.
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.
Military Defensive Barrier is one multi-cellular barrier system which is made of collapsible wire mesh containers. The defensive barriers will be filled up with sand to protect troops against burst or explosion, so it is also called as military sand wall. When the military defensive barriers reaches the military base, just needs some soiders to unpack the foldable wire mesh barriers and erect it, then pull it out and generally each unit/set would be connected together by joining pins to extend the length, finally filling the sand or gravels into the defensive barriers by using a front-end loader, after that, one strong military sand wall will be built completely.