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wire mesh-铁丝网防爆墙 部队军事掩体防护用

 

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产品材质:采用优质低碳钢丝Q195焊接,welded wire mesh,精湛镀锌工艺防锈,用螺旋丝将一定尺寸的网片连接到一起,组装成特定尺寸的网箱,外加优质土工布进行包装,最后进行组装和折叠,fence post-厂家直供防爆墙铁丝网箱 铁丝网防爆墙 部队军事掩体防护用

 乔士铁丝网防爆墙的英文可以表达为Hesco Barrier,gabion box, Hesco Bastion,一般适用于战争防护中,hesco bastion-厂家直供安平围墙铁丝网-防爆墙,Star Picket,当然目前国内的部队军事演习用到的也比较多,正在逐渐的被国内接受 防爆铁丝网的网孔通常是75x75mm的,丝径是4.0mm和5.0mm的

 乔士铁丝网防爆墙的安装步骤: 1打开包装;2拉开防洪墙;3连接防洪墙;4为防洪墙装土或泥沙,wire mesh,weld wire mesh-镀锌艾斯科防爆墙生产厂家。完成。

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铁丝网防爆墙 部队军事掩体防护用

23二/12

hesco bastion William James The Moral Equivalent

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28十二/11

QIAOSHI – Hesco Bastion – Engineered Force Protection

hesco bastionQIAOSHI - Hesco Bastion - Engineered Force Protection

QIAOSHI - Hesco Bastion has been manufacturing force protection products since 2003. Its most successful product, the Concertainer unit, has been acknowledged as the most significant development in field fortification since the Second World War.

Hesco Barrier products have been used in many countries around the world including Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, Kosovo, Yemen, Sri Lanka, Jordan, UAE and Turkey. Most military organisations currently use QIAOSHI Bastion products including the US Army, UK MOD, USMC, USAF and NATO.

In addition to the standard Concertainer unit, HESCO is constantly developing its portfolio of products in response to its customers requirements.

Multi-cellular wall system force protection product

The Concertainer unit is a multi-cellular wall system manufactured from welded Zinc-Alu coated steel wire mesh and joined with vertical, helical coil joints. The units are lined with heavy-duty non-woven polypropylene geotextile.

The Concertainer unit's primary advantage over other force protection systems is its ability to utilise locally available fill material to rapidly construct defensive barriers and other structures with minimal manpower and resources.

Units can be extended and joined together to provide effective and economical structures tailored to the specific threat and level of protection required. Concertainer units are available in a variety of different sizes and delivery systems.

Rapid in-theatre deployment container for expeditionary operations

RAID (rapid in-theatre deployment) has been designed to reduce the requirement for valuable manpower and equipment during the execution phase of expeditionary operations, such as the construction of FOBs and patrol bases.

RAID utilises a specially designed and engineered container to provide significant increases in the quantity of Concertainer units that can be transported in a 20ft ISO container footprint.

Deployment is easy and can be carried out using in-service material handling equipment such as wheeled and tracked earthmoving equipment, wheeled logistic vehicles or wheeled and tracked combat vehicles.

The unit being deployed is connected into a length of 2m x 203m (for RAID 1) or 1m x 333m (for RAID 7). These lengths can be easily split, providing excellent flexibility during construction. Corners can be formed, more units can be joined, and gaps in the wall can be created if required. The ability to split units provides the benefit of deploying only what is required; the remainder is left inside the secure RAID container for future use.

Protected accommodation for harsh mission environments

HESCO have developed a system that provides protected accommodation in harsh mission environments, such as those experienced in FOBs and patrol bases.

HAB is designed to house up to eight personnel, providing each with a personal space measuring 2m x 2m. HAB has sidewalls of specifically developed Concertainer units and a lightweight aluminium roof. It has been tested extensively against the effects of IDF weapons.

HAB 2 is a development of the HAB 1 concept, offering an improved level of protection for its occupants. HAB 2 is configured to allow easy access for emergency medical equipment, making it ideal for use as a front-line medical facility. Its components are completely reusable and the improved design provides a more useable interior space.

IDF protective bunker roof

HESCO have developed the HLBR (HESCO lightweight bunker roof), a rapid and easily erectable lightweight roof specifically designed to provide protection against IDF weapons. The roof can be built on almost any walls capable of taking the load that the roof will impose upon it.

Personnel and material bunkers

These HESCO bunker sets have been developed to utilise 40ft and 20ft ISO containers. Walls are constructed using specifically adapted Mil 1 Concertainer units to give a protective wall thickness of in excess of 1m. The roof design provides 0.6m of overhead cover. Material bunkers provide access from one end of the bunker, while personnel bunkers provide access from both ends.

Protection for sentries

The components of the HESCO guard post set provide a small protective emplacement with 0.6m walls and 0.45m of overhead cover. Embrasure (firing/observation point) forms are included in the set as are roof joists and roofing material. The interior space is 1.2m by 1.8m, with 1.98m of headroom.

Re-deployable security fencing

The HRSF (HESCO re-deployable security fence) has been developed by HESCO in order to provide a rapidly erectable anti-climb fence that requires no special tools or training, no 'digging in' of fence posts, and can be re-deployed with minimal effort. Available in three heights of 2.4m, 3.1m and 3.6m, all with an anti-climb front face. HRSF is rated to PAS 68 and will withstand attack from a light vehicle.

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28十二/11

QiaoShi Hesco Bastion Factory

HESCO Bastion Ltd has been on hand to aid civil engineers with a wide range of environmental issues for over 10 years. Originally designed to combat the effects of coastal erosion, HESCO Bastion Concertainer has since been used extensively throughout the world for other civil engineering applications.

The versatility of a HESCO Barrier Concertainer structure enables it to be used across a variety of applications such as coastal erosion, flood protection, river and bank stabilisation, retaining walls, land reinforcement and soil conservation.

A galvanized steel unit lined with geotextile fabric, HESCO Barrier Concertainer is completely assembled during manufacture, ensuring rapid installation. Available in a wide range of sizes, units can be joined and extended using the provided joining pins. The primary advantage of the product is its ability to utilise locally available fill material to rapidly construct walls and other structures with minimal manpower and resources.

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28十二/11

QIAOSHI Bastion – Military Barrier

QIAOSHI Bastion

Engineered Force Protection

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Based in the HeiBei China, QIAOSHI Bastion has been manufacturing Concertainer units since 2003. The Concertainer unit has been acknowledged as the most significant development in field fortification since the Second World War. It has gained a reputation as a key component in military hardware and is the benchmark in force protection.

Each unit has been developed to provide the optimum solution for a wide range of protective and structural requirements. They are available in a variety of different sizes and delivery systems.

Concertainer units have been used for protection in many countries around the world including Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, Kosovo, Yemen, Sri Lanka, Jordan, UAE and Turkey. Many military organisations currently use Concertainer units including the US Army, USMC, USAF, NATO and the United Nations.

Maintaining the integrity of its product design is paramount for HESCO Bastion, and in order to ensure this, the company works closely with many of the world's leading testing authorities.

In addition to the standard Concertainer unit, HESCO continues to enlarge its product portfolio of protection products in direct response to customer requirements:

Concertainer Units

Concertainer units enable the construction of rapid and efficient engineered fortification with dependable protection characteristics, and can be used in a wide variety of configurations.

The Concertainer unit is a multi-cellular wall system manufactured from welded Zinc-Alu coated steel wire mesh and joined with vertical, helical coil joints. The units are lined with a heavy-duty non-woven polypropylene geotextile.

Available in a variety of sizes and delivered flat-packed on pallets or stacked vertically inside a RAID container, units can be easily extended and joined using the provided joining pins and filled with available material using minimal manpower and commonly available equipment. Units are given the Mil prefix to differentiate them from their civil market counterparts.

RAID (Rapid In-theatre Deployment)

RAID has been designed to reduce the logistical burden of supporting force protection missions on expeditionary operations, such as the construction of forward operating and patrol bases.

RAID utilises a specially designed and engineered container to provide significant increases in the quantity of Concertainer units that can be transported in a 20 container footprint. The container conforms to all ISO stacking and transportation standards.

This unique delivery system gives a reduction in the requirement for valuable manpower and equipment during the execution phase of the mission.

Deployment in the field is simplistic, and can be carried out using in-service equipment.

The unit being deployed is connected into a length of 2 x 203m (for RAID 1) or 1 x 333m (for RAID 7). However, these lengths can be easily split, providing excellent flexibility during construction. Corners can be formed, more units can be joined, and gaps in the wall can be created (for entry points etc). Splitting units also provides the benefit of only deploying what is required - the remainder is left inside the secure RAID container for future use.

HAB 1 (HESCO Accommodation Bunker)

HESCO have also worked on reducing the logistics burden of providing protected accommodation, particularly in the harsh environments experienced by those living in FOBs and patrol bases, where protection against IDF weapons is paramount.

HAB is designed to house up to 8 personnel, providing each with a personal space measuring 2m x 2m.

HAB has sidewalls of specifically developed Concertainer units and a lightweight aluminium roof. The bunker has been tested extensively against the effects of IDF weapons. Two HAB 1 unts can be shipped inside one standard 20ft ISO container, and can also be deployed by parachute.

HAB 2 (HESCO Accommodation Bunker)

HAB 2 is a logical development of the HAB concept, and offers improved level of protection for the occupants. HAB 2 is completely reusable and has been designed to give an increased interior height and a more useable interior space.

HLBR (HESCO Lightweight Bunker Roof)

HESCO have developed the HESCO Lightweight Bunker Roof (HLBR), a rapid and easily erectable lightweight roof specifically designed to provide protection against IDF weapons. The roof can be built on almost any walls capable of taking the load that the roof will impose upon it.

HLBR has a number of uses such as the roof for COLPRO, for living accommodation, or overhead cover for ammunition and explosive stacks. It is used in situations where there is a requirement for protection typically satisfied using timber or steel roofs. Shipped in a single wooden crate, HLBR has a maximum span of 3.3m and can be built by 4 men in around 5 hours.

Personnel & Material Bunker Sets

These bunker sets have been developed to utilise forty and twenty foot ISO containers. Walls are constructed using specifically adapted Mil 1 Concertainer units to give a protective wall thickness of in excess of 1m. The roof design provides 0.6m of overhead cover. Material bunkers provide access from one end of the bunker, while personnel bunkers provide access from both ends. Although a container is not absolutely necessary, and is not provided with the kit, it will provide enhanced protection, by acting as a spall liner.

Guard Post

The components of this set provide a small protective emplacement with 0.6m walls and 0.45m of overhead cover. Embrasure (firing/observation point) forms are included in the set as are roof joists and roofing material.

The interior space is 1.2m by 1.8m, with 1.98m of headroom. The complete set is delivered on a single pallet and is typically constructed in around 3 hours.

HRSFTM (HESCO Re-deployable Security Fence)

The HRSF unit has been developed by HESCO in order to provide a rapidly erectable anti-climb fence that requires no special tools or training, no digging in of fence posts and can be re-deployed with limited effort. Available in three heights; 2.4m, 3.1m and 3.6m, the HRSF unit has an anti-climb front face and will withstand light vehicle attack.

24十二/11

What comes after the flood-wire mesh

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What comes after the flood,钢格板

Published: 2/12/2011 at 12:00 AM
Newspaper section: News

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has ordered her cabinet ministers to evaluate their performance over the past three months and get ready to report to the public. This is a normal process, as any elected government needs to regularly publicise its progress in work, if any, and be made accountable to the electorate. The government is not required by law to do so, although different countries have different traditions and most have their own annual rituals such as the State of the Union address in the United States, which also has a forward-looking aspect.

A snapshot of our times: A boy holds aloft banknotes to keep them dry while he swims during the flood in Nonthaburi province on Oct 15, 2011. The government will need to spend prodigious sums to revitalise numerous parts of the country which have been damaged by the flood.

For Thailand, the government is required to report to Parliament annually not only what the government has declared as policy at the beginning of its administration, but also its compliance with the basic national policies as stipulated in the Constitution.

But this time around,Estate operators erect flood dykes against future deluges-wire mesh, the three-month report is more of a political message and a ploy to make cabinet ministers tighten the nuts and bolts needed to drive the policies the government has committed itself to. It is coupled by rumours of a cabinet reshuffle due to many existing loopholes both in routine administrative work and as a result of the still ongoing flood crisis that has exposed weaknesses among many of the ministers in charge. The Thai press has widely criticised how a number of ministers had disappeared from the "radar screen" _ not seen either at the Flood Relief Operations Command (Froc) nor appearing to be working in their respective jobs.

Overall, however, the Yingluck administration has been unfortunate in that it has had to face and deal with a natural disaster unprecedented in Thai history.

When she took office in August and completed the long transition process to take firm hold of the steering wheel as premier _ with the official announcement and parliamentary debate on her policies on Aug 27 _ she may have thought she was on her way to implementing the series of populist policies, for instance, the incentives for first homes and first cars, the energy credit card project, etc. The economy was robust and political stability seemed to be returning to the Land of Smiles.

But then the flood hit hard, and priorities changed. So did the conditions and assumptions for policy implementation, both in dealing with the flood and in long-term solutions to deal with future deluge; and how to continue on track with the policies that had been set beforehand.

First on the agenda has been the immediate relief work for flood victims. Froc's relief operations have improved with time, but the area and number of people affected are beyond the scope of any single agency or coordinating body to handle. Even as the waters receded in many areas, many other communities are still stagnating in metre-high waters _ for more than a month now. Tensions have risen and tempers have flared. At least one or two months more of intense drainage operations will be necessary before most if not all flooded areas become dry and life adjusts back to normality.

Expenses for physical renovation and compensation for victims will continue to skyrocket. This is especially true for the suburbs in Nonthaburi and Pathum Thani provinces and the outlying districts east and west of the capital,Thailand's Thongchai in floods appeal-HESCO, due to the density of population and the value of homes and cars of the new middle-class living in those areas. The 120 billion baht set aside in the expenditure budget may not be entirely enough.

The larger bills will come later next year, with the reconstruction of the damaged infrastructure, schools,Fence Netting, hospitals, government buildings and religious and historical sites. These constitute the initial re-building; the larger items will come after the two national committees set up by the prime minister finish their deliberations and propose new solutions such as floodways and urban planning.

The long-term programmes are particularly important since they will assure the investors,mesh wire, Thai and foreign, that if disaster should strike again,Welded Box, the government will be ready to deal with it more effectively and efficiently. Our nation's credibility depends on these programmes and their quick implementation.

The government will also have to decide on a financing scheme that will not put too much pressure on the country's national debt (and thereby avoid falling prey to political attacks from the opposition).

The faster the government acts,hexagonal mesh, the quicker investments will return; and with factories rebuilding and reopening,stainless steel back,Winning after the storm Learnings from other disasters-barbed wire factory, unemployment which has shot up after during the crisis will eventually drop. Thailand will be able to maintain its export markets for goods produced in those flooded industrial estates.

But if politics and bureaucratic red tape slow down the process,波浪网, growth will not recover sufficiently, thereby adding to the economic agony and the deterioration of the quality of life caused by the flood. Some academics and critics have suggested the government may have to drop its original agenda, meaning the populist items.

This is not necessarily so. Many of the projects act as a stimulus, and as the economy weakens it is important that the domestic economy is properly managed so as to remain vibrant.

On the opposite side,钢格板, it may even be essential for the government to devise more programmes designed to stimulate the economy, but within the boundaries of fiscal and monetary discipline. Thus, any policy measures must be sustainable in nature, with long-term implications rather than mere handouts,stainless steel back, in cash or kind.

However, this is a good opportunity for the government to review all programmes and projects that seek a share of the national budget. Many are projects of the past that do not add any more value. Some are mere fronts for graft and abuse. The government must be firm in cutting excess and limiting corruption.

Since Ms Yingluck has a business background,Flood prevention the easy way-hesco barrier, it is important for her to utilise modern management principles in managing financial and other resources. Any so-called populist programmes must have rates of return or other measurable social benefits,fence netting importers, and not merely satisfy political canvassers and their constituents, as has been the case during previous governments. If she can assure the public of this, the nation's credibility will not be undermined at a time when it is most needed.

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The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand,Hexagonal Wire Mesh, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags,Phone donor scam suspects arrested-不锈钢生丝, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.

Protection
Filled with sand,涂塑电焊网, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.

Specification

10十二/11

Flood-weary residents vent fury-Flood Barrier

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Flood-weary residents vent fury
Road blockade group clashes with motorists

Published: 24/11/2011 at 12:00 AM
Newspaper section: News

Hundreds of flood-devastated residents in Pathum Thani yesterday clashed with motorists during the Din Daeng-Don Muang tollway blockade to pressure the government to accelerate assistance and the drainage of deep floodwater.

Residents of swamped communities in Pathum Thani clash with motorists during the blockade of the Din Daeng-Don Muang tollway in front of Zeer Rangsit department store yesterday. The flood victims set up a roadblock to demand the government speed up flood relief operations after being hard hit by deep floodwaters for about a month. PATTANAPONG HIRUNARD

The residents from several flooded communities in Rangsit and Lam Luk Ka areas,Thailand's Thongchai in floods appeal-hesco, led by former election candidate Kiattisak Songsaeng, set up a blockade on the entrance of the inbound tollway in front of Zeer Rangsit department store at about noon.

The residents demanded the government's Flood Relief Operations Command (Froc) accelerate drainage of floodwaters which had affected their livelihoods for a month.

The road closure caused heavy congestion,gabion basket,Accused flood donation hackers caught-HESCO, prompting motorists to negotiate with the protesters. However, the talks failed and both sides clashed at about 2pm before police from Vibhavadi station and Pathum Thani intervened.

Almost simultaneously, nearly a thousand residents in Bangkok's Sai Mai and Don Muang areas yesterday dismantled a massive sandbag dyke at Don Muang's Directorate of Air Operations Control intersection on Phahon Yothin Road.

An angry motorist confronts protesters after her car was badly damaged during clashes near the Din Daeng-Don Muang tollway yesterday. PATTANAPONG HIRUNARD

The villagers, equipped with knives and sharp objects,不锈钢冷拉丝, waited for Froc representatives to negotiate. They had been asking the Froc to widen a drainage gap. However, they decided to remove the barrier after talks with Pol Maj Gen Damrongsak Kittiprapat, commander of Metropolitan Police Division 2, failed.

After the flood barrier was removed, large amounts of water rushed towards Saphan Mai area.

Deputy city clerk Chumphol Sampaopol yesterday said the removal of the floodwall on Phahon Yothin Road would slow down the drainage resulting in prolonged hardship.

He said some areas could be affected as the water in Khlong Mon 40 could rise by 1cm to 2cm after the barrier was dismantled.

"Even though the city's drainage system is working efficiently, the removal of the floodwall could slow down the drainage," he said.

"Some areas such as Lat Phrao, Kasetsart intersection may take another four to five days to dry out." He said that the city has asked the Royal Irrigation Department to install more water pumps south of Khlong Rangsit to accelerate drainage of water in the Don Muang area.

More protests are imminent as Arthit Ourairat, rector of Rangsit University and a former House speaker, is urging residents in Pathum Thani to step up pressure on the Froc. Rangsit University is situated in the heavily flooded Muang Ake housing estate, which lies north of Don Muang.

On his Facebook wall, Dr Arthit suggested blocking Vibhavadi Road and Don Muang tollway.

"If the authorities do not take action I suggest that we take a step. That is to close down in-bound and out-bound Vibhavadi road and Don Muang tollway," Dr Arthit said.

"And I'm asking Don Muang people to join us. We are in the same boat."

He said the floodwater may recede, but the level is still high in many areas.

However, he was opposed to a proposal that the floodwater be drained via the western side, saying it would affect Khlong Prapa, which is a resource for tap water production.

Dr Arthit yesterday sent a letter to Froc director Pracha Promnok and Bangkok governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra, asking them to accelerate drainage of the floodwaters.

Meanwhile,电焊石笼网, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra yesterday pleaded with Bangkok residents to let some floodwaters flow into the area to ease the hardship of others.

"The flood barriers could just slow down the run-off into the city. The areas which have dried out should open the way for the water to drain into the sea," she said.

She said she had asked the Froc and City Hall to work together to drain the water and jointly negotiate with the people in the process.

"If we look at the big picture and try to understand the nature of water, that is the best solution," she said.

"Holding off water is never a solution. Some areas have to let water flow past," Ms Yingluck added.

Anond Snidvongs, the Froc's water management adviser, said a meeting among Bangkok and six neighbouring provinces' governors, chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Yongyuth Wichaidit, will be held today to find solutions to halt the spreading conflicts.

Military Barriers/Hesco Bastions

Information

The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.

Protection
Filled with sand,Flood of sanctions fails to halt Syrian bloodshed-hesco bastion, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.

Specification

10十二/11

Operations could resume within 45 days in flooded industrial estates-Hesco Bastion

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10,000 businesses affected by floods in Thailand

Operations could resume within 45 days in flooded industrial estates

By Akanksha Singh - Mon, Nov 14th,Don Mueang airport dry-hesco bastion, 2011

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will explain the flooding situation in Thailand to leaders at the upcoming ASEAN summit, to be held in Bali, Indonesia, from November 17 to 19.

Speaking on her weekly program "Yingluck Government Meets the People,防洪墙-拦河坝,六角网," broadcast on Radio Thailand and the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand (Television Channel 11), the Prime Minister revealed that she would take this opportunity to make better known Thailands flood relief and recovery plan and package, in order to rebuild confidence in the country among international investors.

At the ASEAN summit, Prime Minister Yingluck said that she would meet leaders of major countries, such as President of the United States Barack Obama, Prime Minister of Japan Yoshihiko Noda, and Prime Minister of the Peoples Republic of China Wen Jiabao. She would thank the leaders of these countries for their support to help flood victims in Thailand.

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will explain the flooding situation in Thailand to leaders at the upcoming ASEAN summit, to be held in Bali, Indonesia

Prime Minister Yingluck said that she had canceled her trip to attend the 19th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit held in Hawaii on November 12-14, because she was concerned about the flooding situation and would like to stay in the country during this period to handle the situation. Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister, Kittiratt Na-Ranong, was assigned to represent the Prime Minister at the APEC meeting.

In her video message to the APEC CEO Summit in Honolulu, the Prime Minister cited the recent flooding as the worst in Thai history and it posed a critical and immediate challenge to Thailand and its economy. Torrential rain from five successive storms gave rise to unprecedented flood levels, affecting more than one third of Thailand, as well as some other countries in the region.

The video message recorded on November 4 stated that remedy and assistance measures would be readily available for the seven flooded industrial estates, so that operations could be resumed within 45 days. New distribution centers would be set up in the provinces. Soft loans of up to 8.3 billion US dollars are being planned for SMEs, entrepreneurs, and industrial estate developers. Prime Minister Yingluck reaffirmed that nothing would be spared in the Governments efforts to help everyone who has been affected to regain economic strength.

She pointed out that massive and effective plans for the long-term phase would be developed for the future management of natural disasters, especially from floods. Billions of US dollars would be spent to develop flood-proof industrial zones and to build effective nationwide multi-hazard disaster management system with effective early warning and rapid response capabilities.

Speaking to the Thai people on her weekly radio and television program on November 12, Prime Minister Yingluck reported that the flooding situation in the central region was now improving. The Government is accelerating water drainage and the digging of various canals to drain water into the sea as quickly as possible.

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The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control,Thailand’s Water Management to Be Improved to Fight Flooding Situation-HESCO, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand,barbed wire fence, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously,电焊网片, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.

Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.

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10十二/11

Accused flood donation hackers caught-hexagonal wire meshes

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Accused flood donation hackers caught

Published: 2/12/2011 at 10:50 AM
Online news: Local News

Police on Friday arrested two hackers believed to have stolen more than five million baht from bank accounts for donations to help flood victims.

Rungroj Maddeen, 31, and Marisa Ranjuanjit, 25, were arrested in Nakhon Si Thammarat province.

Police said they were caught stealing money donated through television and radio programmes, the police said.

Workpoint Entertainment, a Thailand-based media entertainment company, previously reported to the police that hackers broke into its system to steal the donated money.

The police believed financial information from more than 10 media programmes had been hacked by the suspects.

Military Barriers/Hesco Bastions

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The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible steel wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war,电焊石笼网, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control,Lurking danger of flood-damaged buildings-stainless steel wire coil, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously,Flood death toll rises to 666-高尔凡石笼网, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container,hexagonal wire meshes, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed,Bangkok flooding passes critical point PM-gabion, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.

Protection
Filled with sand,不锈钢软态丝, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.

Specification

3十二/11

Economy faces flood hit-gabion

All washed up - Piles of flood-damaged television sets and other electrical appliances are left by their owners on a pavement on Phahon Yothin Road. A post-flood boom in the home-making and electrical appliances businesses is expected. APICHIT JINAKUL

He said that compared with other countries in the region, Thailand remains strong in terms of public infrastructure and a skilled labour force.

The World Bank's damage survey and assessment covers four sectors: public infrastructure such as transport and telecoms; manufacturing such as farming,Shake up Froc-cow fence, tourism and industry; social development such as education and public health; and the environment.

Assembly
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags,蜂巢格网,Workers, bosses get fiscal relief-焊接网, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.
Protection
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.
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Military Barrier

The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.

It has also proposed a short-term rehabilitation plan that calls for a focus on those directly affected by the floods.

They need high-quality seeds, repairs to farm equipment and improvements to infrastructure.

The initial survey was jointly carried out with state and private agencies.

Loan approvals are expected next month.

The devastating floods have caused 1.4 trillion baht in estimated damage and are likely to slash Thailand's economic growth to 2.4% this year, the World Bank says.

Mr Virabongsa, Finance Minister Thirachai Phuvanatnaranubala, Industry Minister Wannarat Channukul and Deputy Finance Minister Wirun Techapaiboon yesterday witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding on loans for development of a flood prevention system for the country's industrial estates.

The World Bank will conduct another round of assessments after the floodwater recedes, Ms Dixon said.

However, she said the impact from the floods would not be all negative as it would spur spending.

Mr Virabongsa said yesterday that he has been assured by the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro) and Jica that Japan would not move its production bases out of Thailand.

Economy faces flood hit

World Bank estimates damage at B1.4 trillion

  • Published: 26/11/2011 at 12:00 AM
  • Newspaper section: News

Four industrial estates that were badly hit by the flooding, Rojana Industrial Park, Bang Pa-in Industrial Estate,Heavy Type Hexagonal Mesh, Nava Nakorn Industrial Estate and Bang Kadi Industrial Park, have joined the loan scheme.

Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control, the Hesco Bastion quickly became a popular security device in the 1990s.

He said that Toyota Motor Corporation is committed to its goal of manufacturing one million vehicles next year and increasing its production to 2.5 million vehicles in the next five years.

She said economic growth would continue next year as a result of rehabilitation and rebuilding spending by both the public and private sectors.

The World Bank has also made suggestions about flood management, including construction of flood barriers around industrial estates, implementation of the royally initiated water management projects and application of the flood control plan for the Mekong region by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica).

Of the estimated damage, around 660 billion baht involves property losses and 700 billion baht comprises lost opportunities.

Ms Dixon said the World Bank has not made any suggestions about economic stimulus. The planned rehabilitation efforts would do the work as soon as they are under way.

Toyota was among several Japanese automakers that were were hit hard after several industrial estates were submerged.

The grim assessment was unveiled yesterday by the bank's country director Annette Dixon after a meeting with Virabongsa Ramangura, chairman of the Strategic Committee for Reconstruction and Future Development.

Under the memorandum signed between the Government Savings Bank (GSB) and the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand, the bank will provide 15 billion baht in soft loans to support the implementation of the flood prevention plan going forward.

According to the World Bank,对插钢格板, the government has rolled out several relief measures and assistance, but it should do more to help make access to this information available to the poor.

Based on the estimate,Flood Prevention technology-Hesco Bastion, Thailand's economic growth will tumble to 2.4% from 3.6% projected previously, said Ms Dixon.

It has called on the government to ensure that affected farmers are given every assistance possible as they will soon resume work.

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