AppliTek Delivers Monitoring System for Chemical Warfare Detonation Installation
AppliTek has been awarded a project by one of Japan’s leading steelmakers. The steelmaker has been awarded an order for the construction of a controlled detonation chamber (CDC) in which entire munitions — rockets, land mines, mortars, and projectiles — and those that can handle only chemical agents, such as nerve and blister agents are destroyed by detonating them in a vacuum-intraged detonation chamber.
The installation will be installed in Western Belgium. AppliTek is delivering a continuous emission monitoring system for chemical parameters which are important to determine the performance of the system and safety of the operators. Detonation technology is more and more used as it is a more environmentally friendly and safer system than other technologies on the market.