Sea mines are critical to modern naval strategy both for offensive and defensive maneuvers. Deposited strategically, they detonate on approach or contact with an enemy submarine or ship. Our sea mines grant the Navy maximum flexibility for strategic deployment against a variety of threats.
To ensure the safety of the launch pad, our sea mines are built with arming delays and safeties. They work in three primary modes (pressure, acoustic, and magnetic) to accurately detect, classify, and discriminate between targets and enable a logic-based attack. Equipped with countermeasures against anti-mine technology and anti-sweeping devices, our mines offer an extended operational lifespan. Designed for performance in both deep and shallow water, our sea mines protect our coasts by forcing enemy ships into defendable channels, barring entry into secure areas, and disrupting shipping routes.