For over 40 years, Bioquell Defence technology has been in service with Armed Forces around the world including the UK MoD, US DoD, Royal Saudi Land Force, and the Malaysian Army.
Bioquell Defence has over 40 years experience in the design, development and manufacture of Vehicle CBRN Filtration Systems, Vehicle Crew Cooling and Environmental Control Units, Unhardened Collective Protection (UCPS) Systems, Shelter CBRN systems, Sensitive Equipment and Interior decontamination, and a range of CBRN filters and support equipment for Armed Forces worldwide.
Current platforms utilising Bioquell Defence technology include General Dynamics M3 Bridge Layer, Mowag Eagle IV, FNSS M113, STK ATTC and Force Protection Cougar.
How long does a CBRN filter last?
The life of any CBRN filter is dependent upon the concentration of any attack, type of attack, weather conditions and duration of the attack or CBRN threat.
What is the flow rate of the system?
The NATO No1 and US M48 CBRN filters are rated to deliver 170m3/hr (100cfm) of clean filtered air.
Can the Bioquell CBRN system be used for all vehicles?
The Bioquell CBRN system can be configured in a number of different ways so that it can be integrated into a range of different vehicle types from tracked to wheeled.
Can Bioquell provide over pressure systems only?
The system is capable of being adapted to provide over pressure or assisted breathing for crew face mask. It is also capable of being configured to provide a combination of both as necessary.
What cooling capability is available from Bioquell?
The Crew Cooling and Environmental Control Systems provided by Bioquell are configured to suit the customer or end user’s individual requirements and can range from 5 to 10kW as required.
Can the Bioquell Environmental Control System be used for all vehicles?
The Bioquell system uses, where possible, COTS and MOTS parts and can be designed and configured to be integrated into most vehicles.