21st Century Breaching Kit is a revolution in breaching systems: more reliable, more efficient, more lightweight, more compact, quicker, and—most importantly—SAFER. Current breaching systems are reliant on 1980s technology and non-standardized assemblies. When replaced by the 21st Century Breaching Kit, military and law enforcement have a more modern, more reliable product with standardized building procedures.
Current System – Assembly
Current breaching kits are improvised and built from scavenged materials. The build process is performed with non-standardized parts, increasing the likelihood of human error.
Current breaching kits are live from the moment of assembly, meaning that a mistake could result in a premature detonation.
21st Century Breaching Kit
21st Century Breaching Kit – Assembly
The 21st Century Breaching Kit is composed of entirely standardized pieces. The build process is simplified by making every connection a “right way” connection.
21st Century Breaching Kits are designed so that they do not need to be primed until the last point of concealment before employment.
Current System – Transport
Current breaching kits can be detonated during transport. With connections that are live from assembly to deployment, any mistake could mean a premature detonation that costs both the mission and personnel.
Current Breaching Kits are bulky and unwieldy, resulting in limited breacher mobility.
21st Century Breaching Kit – Transport
21st Century Breaching Kits do not need to be primed until at the last concealed cover before deployment. Therefore, breachers do not need to worry about carrying around a live charge with them.
21st Century Breaching Kit is lightweight and compact. Breaching systems have never been this portable.
Current System – Employment
Current breaching kits are slower to deploy once breachers reach their target.
Current breaching kits are difficult to redeploy in the case of a misfire.
21st Century Breaching Kit – Employment
21st Century Breaching Kits take as little as 4 seconds to deploy once breachers reach their target.
21st Century Breaching Kits can be redeployed in seconds following a misfire.