Camouflage nets reduce the possibility of detection by visual, electro-optical, IR and radar devices depending on the selected type of net.
There are two types of camouflage nets depending on the desired level of camouflage protection: MD99 – A and MD99 – C.
Type A – provides camouflage protection against detection in the visual and near IR part of the EM spectrum.
Type C – provides camouflage protection against detection in the visual, near-IR and radar (X-ray) portions of the EM spectrum.
Nets intended for camouflage of equipment and armed forces in areas completely or partially covered with snow, in the ultraviolet (UV), visible, near-infrared (IC), thermal infrared (IC) and radar (X-ray) part of the EM spectrum.
MD99 – C meshes attenuate and distort the thermal image of camouflaged objects producing an image similar to that of the natural environment (3 – 6 μm and 8-14 μm in the EM spectrum).
Thermal image – group of three aggregates
Left picture: Aggregates without camouflage Right image: Aggregates camouflaged with MD99-C mesh
MD99 – C significantly reduce the probability of radar detection.
Radar panoramic image – real image
Left image: truck without camouflage
Right image: truck camouflaged with MD99-C mesh (target distance is approximately 2000m)