• Defence

    Thanks to our expertise, capacity to innovate and attentiveness, Securotec successfully designed the structure which acts as a shelter for the French Army Health Service’s Surgical Operations Unit.

    This inflatable structure satisfied the request for the equipment to be as light as possible, quick and easy to assemble, and for the girders to carry a weight of 400 kg.

    We also worked on its modularity so that it would be possible to create a camp in the shape of a cross, ensure that tents could be linked together quickly, install an anti-heat net (thereby protecting the tent from the top to bottom), and produce a floatable waterproof storage bag so that material could be airdropped on water.

    Once again, Securotec was able to offer a comprehensive range of solutions including heating systems, air conditioning units, lighting systems, hard floors, and so on.

    For hospital-style tent installations, we work with a partner who specialises in choosing the medical equipment necessary for an emergency relief centre.

  • Health

    In response to the French government plan for the prevention and management of Chemical, Bacteriological, Radiological and Nuclear threats (CBRN), and as a complement to the French hospital emergency plan, Securotec has perfected a range of decontamination units which are either inflatable or fixed structures.

    These units, which can be installed indoors or outdoors, are designed according to customers’ specifications regarding the space which is available for equipment. They can be dismantled and stored to save space. Once again, Securotec has worked to improve the reliability and rapid installation of the equipment.

    Since we are the manufacturer, we are able to maintain the upkeep of the material and offer an after-sales service. We can also develop your equipment according to your changing needs and in order to benefit from lower equipment costs in the medium and long term.

    Understanding the need to offer a comprehensive service, we are able to equip decontamination units according to your specifications.

  • Civilian security

    The needs of civilian security range from the protection of a crime scene to the installation of a camp for disaster-stricken civilian populations or refugees and displaced people.

    Securotec designs inflatable shelters in various sizes which can be adapted to different circumstances.

    They range from simple modules to tent camp structures in the shape of a cross. Securotec offers comprehensive solutions to fully equip your structure including interior layouts, air conditioning units, heating systems, lighting systems, hard floors, and so on.

    In the context of this comprehensive offer and because in the event of catastrophes the problem of the provision of drinking water is a real concern, Securotec has worked with an American biologist to develop a water purification unit which can supply 150 people with drinking water, and can operate without the need for energy other than manual energy.

    Securotec’s expertise has enabled us to develop confinement systems for the Parisian transport network. Our design has made it possible, for example, to effectively quarantine a métro station in the event of a chemical attack by blocking off the train tunnels thereby creating air blocks and preventing harmful gases from entering or leaving. We have also designed inflatable walls used by the fire and emergency services to transform a gymnasium into an emergency relief centre with individual cubicles in the event of a natural disaster, for example.

    Securotec has also shown its reactivity by designing confinement cubicles following the outbreak of the Ebola virus.

    We study all requests concerning the protection of equipment and people.

  • Industry

    Securotec’s savoir faire means that we are able to study numerous requests concerning protection in the industrial sector.

    The majority of these requests are for ways to protect workers on construction sites (to improve work conditions in trenches for those laying cables, for example), to save time in the execution of work on building sites (by creating dust-free, air confinement areas in which to change all the doors and windows in a building, for example), and to provide protection from toxic nanoparticles in the nuclear sector or on asbestos removal sites.