Lenco Introduces BearCat EOD "BombCat" Armored Response Vehicle

July 22, 2013

The new Lenco "BombCat" vehicle designed for explosive device disposal. Photo courtesy Lenco Industries.
The new Lenco "BombCat" vehicle designed for explosive device disposal. Photo courtesy Lenco Industries.

Lenco Industries, Inc. introduces its new BearCat EOD “BombCat” armored response vehicle for explosive ordinance disposal (EOD) and improvised explosive device disposal (IEDD) first responders.

Lenco offers an optional, roof-mounted 24X zoom camera, with high-intensity scene lighting, that a user can raise up to 10 feet for enhanced visibility. A thermal image camera, CBRNE equipment, and communications sensors are also available to meet operator needs, according to the company.

The vehicle can accommodate a large tactical robot by using a fold-down ramp at the curb side door or be deployed from a hydraulically controlled platform at the front of the vehicle, according to the company. The BombCat has a spool storage reel to manage a robot’s fiber-optic cable while technicians monitor its progress via computer monitors inside the vehicle. The company said secure radio signals can be used to transit a robot’s audio and video feeds.

All Lenco armored trucks are built with Mil-Spec steel armor plate and vehicle ceilings and floors provided blast and fragmentation protection, according to the manufacturer. The company added that BombCat models are built on heavy-duty commercial truck platforms.

Comments

  1. 1. nafis islam [ November 10, 2014 @ 09:46AM ]

    Dear Sir,

    We are a trading house in Bangladesh. We are running business of Equipment since 1983. We are interested to buy IEDD response vehicle.

    We would be obliged if you kindly send us your price-list and catalog.

    Waiting to hear from you soon.

    --
    Nafis Islam
    Purchase Assistant
    Ms Sense Ltd.
    59 Dilkusha, Motijheel Commercial Area,
    Dhaka - 1000.
    Mobile: +880-01611012003, +880-01713047166

 

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