Poly Technologies launches Shoulder-Launched Rocket with low collateral damage at AAD 2014 1809143

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AAD 2014
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Africa Aerospace & Defence Exhibition

17 - 21 September 2014
Air Force Base Waterkloof, Centurion, South Africa
 
Poly Technologies SLR at AAD 2014
 
 
Thursday, September 18, 2014 09:12 PM
 
Poly Technologies launches Shoulder-Launched Rocket with low collateral damage at AAD 2014.
The Chinese Company Poly Technologies has unveiled its new Shoulder-Launched Rocket (SLR) with low collateral damage at AAD 2014, Africa Aerospace and Defence Exhibition near Pretoria, in South Africa. With this new product, Chinese defense industry has the goal to reach the international military market with state-of -the-art technology.
     
The Chinese Company Poly Technologies has unveiled its new Shoulder-Launched Rocket (SLR) with low collateral damage at AAD 2014, Africa Aerospace and Defence Exhibition near Pretoria, in South Africa. With this new product, Chinese defense industry has the goal to reach the international military market with state-of -the-art technology.
New Chinese Shoulder-Launched Rocket (SLR) with low collateral damage at AAD 2014, Africa Aerospace and Defence Exhibition near Pretoria, in South Africa.
     

Derived from the 80mm man-pack balance rocket launcher, low collateral damage shoulder-launched rocket keeps the advantage of fire-from-enclosure characteristic of the original rocket launcher, at the same time, it innovates the low collateral warhead to meet the defeating the enemy but protecting lives requirement of the modern urban warfare.

The low collateral shoulder-launched rocket is characterized by its low collateral damage effect while keeping the advantages of the traditional balance rocket launcher, such as lightweight, easy operation, single-soldier transportable, precise engagement with devastating impact etc.

The low collateral damage shoulder-launched rocket has very destructive and devastating impact on enemy targets, such as brick walls, anti-theft doors, fortifications and light armored vehicles.

The shoulder-launched rocket is designed to meet the requirement of modern urban warfare, where the rocket to be fired from a confined space or building.

Low collateral damage is one of the most distinguishing characteristics. The shoulder-launched rocket could realize effective defeating of the enemy while avoiding harm to nearby people and buildings.

The launching signs such as firing noise, smoke and flash are greatly reduced, which in turn greatly increases combat concealment and adaptability to confined space.

The new SLR rocket is light and transportable for single soldier use with simple operating procedure.

     
The Chinese Company Poly Technologies has unveiled its new Shoulder-Launched Rocket (SLR) with low collateral damage at AAD 2014, Africa Aerospace and Defence Exhibition near Pretoria, in South Africa. With this new product, Chinese defense industry has the goal to reach the international military market with state-of -the-art technology.
 

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