The multispectral camouflage nets are based on a multilayer coated synthetic fabric. The coating of the fabric effects the reduction of signature in the multispectral range (RADAR and thermal). The manufactured material can be printed in accordance with specific customer and application requirements so as to also achieve an optimum camouflage effect in the visual range.
The textile characteristics of the coated fabric such as temperature stability, adhesion of the coating, fire resistance and water repellence are absolutely state-of-the art.
Visual camouflage effect
The camouflage effect of the net in the visual range of the spectrum is achieved by colouration and the selection of an appropriate pattern. Both parameters can be freely specified by the customer or you can have us draw up a proposal. Colour deviations from the customer’s specifications are minimal. Because the front and rear side may be coloured differently, it is possible to use the same net at different times of the year and in different climatic regions.
The camouflage effect in the thermal infrared range is achieved by shielding the background and by means of the fabric structure of the net. Solar loading is avoided through convective air exchange over the openings in the fabric.
The camouflage effect in the RADAR range (2–100 GHz) is based on the absorption and scattering of incoming radar radiation.