SPARK II Mine Roller
Laser Fabrication and Machine provides support to the U.S. Military and produces fabricated parts for various tactical wheeled vehicles. We produce a version of the Self-Protection Adaptive Roller Kit (SPARKII) which can be used on vehicles such as the MRAP, Buffalo and similar military vehicles. The modular mine roller system is designed to be mounted on tactical wheeled platforms and forces as much of the blast down and away from the vehicle as possible, as opposed to underneath the vehicle.
Buffalo Mine Protected Vehicle
We also produce window covers, fenders and other fabricated components for the Buffalo Mine Protected Vehicle. The Buffalo is six wheeled tactical platform which is fitted with a large articulated arm, used for ordnance disposal. The Buffalo vehicles incorporate a “V” shaped monohull chassis that directs the force of the blast away from the occupants. Laser Fabrication and Machine is proud to produce accessories for our U.S. military customer.
BAE Systems RG33 MRAP
Laser Fabrication and Machine provides up-armor plating to support the MRAP variant which was produced by BAE Systems. The BAE MRAP RG33 series is in the medium weight class unit, providing survivability, advanced mobility, mission flexibility, rapid availability and vehicle commonality.
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) Painting
We have the capability to paint using Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) for our U.S. military customer. CARC is the camouflage paint used on United States Army and Marine Corps tactical vehicles and equipment is applied to items we fabricate, such as the SPARK II modular mine roller system, window covers, fenders and other fabricated components for the Buffalo Mine Protected Vehicle, and the up-armor kit for the MRAP.