Buck Neue Technologien GmbH

Type of activity:
Protection Systems
Contact: Rudolf Salzeder

Fronau 13,
D-83458 Schneizlreuth

Phone: +49 8651 703 22
Fax: +49 8651 703 70

BUCK NEUE TECHNOLOGIEN GmbH, a company of Rheinmetall DeTec group,develops and manufactures highly innovative Anti-Sensor Protection ammunitions and dispenser systems to protect single soldiers, units, combat vehicles, aircraft, ships and military objects against sensor-based threats in the visual, ultraviolet, infrared and radar-range of the electromagnetic spectrum.

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SPIRCO (Smoke grenade)
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