BODAC collaborated with ECS Special Projects Ltd to design a Mine Disposal system to Bodac’s specific requirements producing a State of the Art, robust and safe underwater disposal system.
The system retains all the main characteristic of the Market leading Cobra MDS. The bespoke system meets DEF Standards, International Ammunition Technical Guidelines (IATG), International Mine Action Standards (IMAS), Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines.
With this system BODAC can conduct underwater Render Safe Procedures, Recovery or Disposal of Explosive Ordnance (EO) in a safe, cost and time efficient manner.
The Bodac Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team can now undertake Global EOD actions:
- As a routine part of UXO clearance operations, upon discovery of EO;
- To dispose of EO discovered outside hazardous areas, (this may be a single item of EO), or larger number inside a specific area);
- To dispose of EO which has become hazardous by deterioration, damage or attempted destruction;
- 24/7 hour availability on e.g. dredging operations in a post war hazardous environment.
Auke van der Velde, EOD Manager BODAC B.V. said: "We started the process of development 8 months ago together with ECS Special Projects Ltd. Operations Director Steve Randall and his team was highly motivated and brought the end product to the next level in an efficient manner producing a new generation underwater Disposal system for dealing with Remnants of War. Bodac constantly improves the performance and reliability of their systems. Making robust software solutions for the hardware of the subsystems involves a strong relationship with our suppliers which are part of the backbone of our products and success."