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BCB International launch ULCAT at DSEI

Posted 12 September 2023

At this year’s DSEI - at Excel in London 12th-15th September - camouflage experts BCB International Ltd has launched a novel vehicle camouflage tunnel called the ULCAT that helps vehicles blend into any environment while at the same time protecting them in the visual, infrared and thermal spectrums.

Image courtesy BCB International

BCB is a long-established manufacturer and supplier of survival and protective equipment. Its range of camouflage face paint and concealment nets have been standard issue to generations of British and NATO forces to help them stay concealed from the enemy in all terrains. The Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Tunnel (ULCAT) is BCB’s latest addition to its camouflage range.

BCB International Ltd’s Managing Director, Andrew Howell, said: “Made here in the UK, the ULCAT uses a natural 3D specialised lightweight fabric that is anti-thermal, fire-resistant and can perform in temperatures ranging from-45°C to +70°C .

"It provides great visibility out of the net and is equipped with quick opening doors for rapid vehicle insertion and evacuation. We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand where they can see for themselves the ULCAT.

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