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Hands-free Hydration

by msecadm4921

CamelBak, a hands-free hydration product firm, is showcasing products at the DSEi (Defence and Security Equipment International) between September 13 and 16, at London’s Excel Centre on stand N5-400.

DSEi is a defence exhibition for suppliers of equipment and decision makers from the security and defence sector.

Products on display include CamelBak’s hands-free hydration systems such as the SquadBak™, TRIZIP™ and LINCHPIN™, gloves and personal hydration gear. The SquadBak is designed to keep crews hydrated, alert and responsive while also removing potential safety hazards caused by inappropriately stored water bottles during military operations. One SquadBak™ has the capability of holding up to 25L of water – and replaces the need for armoured vehicle crews to carry individual water bottles.

The TRIZIP and LINCHPIN Hydration packs are made from 500D Cordura material. They include the patented Futura Harness, which allows users to customise their fit with or without body armour, and according to their own torso length. The packs also come with a load-bearing waist belt for weight distribution.

The design includes multiple drink tube exit ports for under arm or over the shoulder routing.

All products on display represent a range of the categories of personal combat equipment in use with US, British, French, Australian and many other NATO forces in Afghanistan, as well as with tactical and law enforcement teams.

Andrew Shand, Director of International Sales says: “ We are always pleased to have the opportunity to demonstrate our new range of products at DSEi. We invite you to come and see our range of military equipment, where we will be glad to tell you more.”

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