Postal bombs, whether real or imagined, are an ever-present problem, not only to targeted people, but also to ordinary staff handling the mail.
Identifying suspicious items in the mail is vital, but even when this is successfully done, there still remains the problem of how to minimise the danger to personnel and property. The Suspect Postal Bomb Container is the most cost-effective product that has been specially developed for this purpose. The container is designed so as to retain any suspicious item of mail in an upright position. An internally fitted net holds the item in such a position that removal, X-Ray and controlled explosion all remain viable options to explosive ordnance disposal staff.
The container is made of special glass re-enforce plastic material with additional fire resistant resin, and is large enough to accommodate a briefcase. Blast will be directed upwards and an explosion device of up to 0.5 kg can be absorbed, which is more explosive material than any other postal bomb container that is available today can absorb. Most explosive devices that have been discovered so far have contained at least 0.5 kg of explosive material.
Outside Diameter: 493mm
Thickness: 18/19 mm
V 50: 480m/sec
Colour: Matt Black
Service Life: 10 years (minimum)