CLEVELAND, Ohio – February 16, 2011 – AMTANK Armor is dedicated to meeting the US Army’s mandate of “Institutional Adaptation” with its protective building systems and will exhibit the technology at AUSA’s ILW Winter Symposium & Exposition in Fort Lauderdale, February 23rd through 25th (Booth #2600).
In response to the military’s need for versatile and fast response to changing threats, AMTANK Armor adapted its patented Steel Composite Technology (SC) for use in structural panels for semi-mobile protective structures. The panels can be adapted for specific protection requirements and offer superior blast and ballistic defense. The structures provide quick set-up, modular versatility and minimal logistics.
These re-useable structures can be configured as operation and command centers, barracks, storage or perimeter protection, and can be equipped with fully self-contained power, HVAC and water, as needed. They are designed to combat blast and ballistic as well as chemical, fire and environmental threats. To be responsive in a competitive security environment, these adaptive structures will be vital.
“AMTANK Armor was developed to offer both lightweight composite protection for the vehicle market and Steel Composite protection for semi-mobile and non-mobile structures. Our SC product offers occupants a significant level of blast and ballistic protection. This product is manufactured in Cleveland, Ohio, and can be easily attached to the interior or exterior of a structure utilizing our patented ballistic bolts,” states Ken Ripich, Executive Vice President.
AMTANK Armor is a joint venture, between AT&F and Composhield A/S, which focuses on the design and manufacture of armor materials for vehicles and structures. Through its divisions and brands, AT&F has built an outstanding corporate reputation providing custom steel manufacturing solutions to industries throughout the world. AT&F began operating as a steel fabrication company in 1940. Quality and innovation have fueled its growth and helped to define the manufacturing group it is today.