Crib Gogh Raptor Light Tactical Armour Vest System

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Description

Crib Gogh Raptor Light Tactical Armour Vest System. Ultimate Comes as Standard.

Crib Gogh – For The Ultimate Equipment to Survive the Extremities the World has to Offer

Designed and developed in the UK with a test team having a unique skill set that sets new standards in design development and delivery of specialist equipment. Products currently used by a unique clientele from numerous militaries and special forces around the world to British Antarctic Survey and polar rescue teams.

Designed to scale up or down to meet the needs of the operational requirement that allows an SF team to determine the level of protection required as the threat level increases.

Combat situations are diverse and vary greatly from one operational context to another. Land, Airborne, Maritime and a variety of terrain and environmental factors impact greatly on the optimum system design: There are no Soldier Systems that can properly claim to cover every operational need and to function in every context and environment required.

Raptor Light is a minimal silhouette Soldier System integrating load carriage soft and hard armour protection and an integrated MOLLE belt and load carriage solutions involving:

• Working in tight spaces such as built up areas, shanti’s and buildings.
• Working in a situation that requires extreme kinetic military drills and manoeuvrability
• Working in environments where hook and loop are notorious for failing

Description

The Rogue Light tactical vest – A combat and law enforcement load carriage and protection system, designed specifically for generic soldier architectures and meets mounted and dismounted requirements. The system incorporates multiple designs of soft armour and hard armour solutions with side and perineum protection.

The Raptor Light is designed by Crib Gogh Ltd in collaboration with trauma and spinal surgeons registered with the Royal College of Physicians (RCP). The unique features of the system design are:

• Improved weight distribution with specific focus on rapid ascent and descent.
• Improved pad design that enhances cushioning thereby reducing injury in the event of a fall or a ballistic strike to the user.
• Improved ventilation and wicking through the use of advanced fabrics.
• Shaped fit for improved ergonomics with five sizes
• Designed to carry a full complement of accessible belt pouches.
• Dedicated Perinea protector designed with anti-chafing features 360° blunt force trauma protection
• Minimal system silhouette design to reduce the risk of being targeted and to facilitate working in tight spaces such as bulkheads and buildings.
• Available in all DPM designs.
• 600d/1000d rip-stop Cordura.
• MOLLE/PALS compatible.
• Compatible with tier one; blast boxers.
• Less than 10 seconds quick access and assembly – no hook and loop.
• 70% increase in survivability – Tests conducted by Helston Forensic Laboratory.
• Integrated combat Rucksacks and other specific to operation extras.
• IRR compliance subject to specification.
• Multi-operational capabilities – V-MOSS is designed for military and law enforcement where vertical assault, airborne insertion or working in tight spaces is a key requirement.
• Unique patented buckle system that spreads load more effectively than current market standard and facilitates access much more rapidly for donning, doffing and system configuration.
• No hook and loop failures as can occur through sand, algae, dirt, ice and water ingress.
• No hook and loop performance issues such as lack of ability to expand the diaphragm when breathing heavily
Certified to STANAG 2895 for -45° to +50°C operational capability:

Complete Mobility and Scalability

The system design facilitates full articulation of limbs and lumbar region to allow the user to move unencumbered. Having full diagonal and lateral movement means the user can engage the enemy whilst in a number of tight operational scenarios adopting the best position to protect themselves from enemy fire.

The buckle system allows rapid scalability from a basic belt order, to tactical vest configuration and finally to full protection with soft and hard armour plates.

Options include the Tactical Light rucksack, which is designed and to work with a ballistic vest, as well as the Rogue 90+ltr Bergen, the only Bergen designed to be worn with full ballistic protection. Unique in their approach, it has a torsion system that allows for the rear plate to be encapsulated in the curve, allowing for a completely integrated fit. It has a quick release mechanism to release the rucksack in less than 5 seconds. A full pouch spectrum is offered to compliment the integrated MOLLE belt. A load vest or basic yoke system are also available as options. Building on the legacy of Rogue making this system the another truly scalable vest, that meets a multitude of operational need in just the one system

The Raptor Light can be adapted and designed for integration with existing rucksack and other soldier system components if required. It is designed to carry a variety of soft and hard armour solutions depending on the threat context and operational need.

Compliance and Governance

The full range of tests conducted on the Raptor Light System are listed and described at Pages 4-6 of this document. The Raptor Light is designed to preserve life in a combat situation, CG Ltd approached the problem by ensuring the necessary components of the system are compliant to:

• BS 13407:1999 – Human-centred design processes for interactive systems
• ISO 105 B02: 2000 amdt 2.2000 – Tests for Colour Fastness
• ISO 13934-1-1999 Tensile testing standard determining fabric strength
• ISO 13937-2000 Textiles – Tear properties of fabrics — Part 1: Determination of tear force using ballistic pendulum method (Elmendorf)
• ISO 811-1981 – Textile fabrics — Determination of resistance to water penetration — Hydrostatic pressure test
• FMVSS 302 title 49 section 571.302 – Flammability of interior materials (Phosphorous test)
• BS 5131, part 11: 1981 (1992) Buckle Strength (derived from foot wear as no vest standard existed)
• ISO 2062: 2009 – Textiles — Yarns from packages — Determination of single-end breaking force and elongation at break using constant rate of extension (CRE) tester.
• BS 3084: 2006 performance code c – Slide Fasteners
• STANAG 2895 Extreme climatic conditions and derived conditions for use in defining design/test criteria for NATO forces materiel.
• EU Regulation 1907/2006 REACH – 138 substances in candidate list.

Additional information

Technical Specification

Testing Standards and Specifications Attained

#1
Material Colour Fastness to light: Woven 100% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 105 B02-2000/Amendment 2:2000; Uses Xenon arc lamp
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102338b05/D TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Grade (B.S.) 6 + Above

#2
Material Tensile Strength: Woven 100% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 1394-1-1999: Instron CRE-2” Strip
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102338b05/D TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Warp (N) 289.7 Weft (N) 309.7

#3
Material Tensile Strength: Woven 100% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 1394-1-1999: Instron CRE-1” Grab
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102338b05/D TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Strength (N) 2748 Maximum

#4
Material Tear Strength: Woven 100% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 13937-2000; – Elmendorf
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Warp Yarns (N) >64, Weft Yarns (N) >64

#5
Material Water Resistance: Woven 100% Polyester (Black x1 OD Green x1)
Standard Reference ISO 811-1981; Hydrostatic Head; Rate of increase water pressure:
60cm/min, Temperature of distilled water 20c
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result
Side facing water column 1# 2# 3# 4# 5# Average
>1000 >1000 >1000 >1000 >1000 >1000

#6
Material Flammability (Anti-phosphorus)
Standard Reference Flammability (horizontal) per FMVSS 302 Code of federal regulations title 49
Transport section 571.302
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL13102O2768TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Submitted specimens meet the specified requirements of FMVSS.302

#7
Material Shoulder strap breaking strain
Standard Reference Attachment strength of strap (BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL1310202741 TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Attachment strength of strap (BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
2209.2 Fabric Rupture

#8
Material 3x All Buckles fitted ¾” 1” 1½”
Standard Reference Attachment strength of strap: BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL 1310338988/C TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result ¾” 153.62 (KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard)
1” 222.16 (KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard)
1½” 246.22(KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard)

#9
Material Module Spun Rot-proof polyester threads (Green) Machine assembly of bag
Standard Reference Single yarn strength ISO-2062-1993
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKLS1310370091/D TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result Strength G Average=3411.0 Maximum=3810.0 Minimum=3054.0
CV%=6.3 Pass to BS kite mark standard
#10
Material 2 samples of woven Zipper (black for bag) (A) YKK (B) Millon
Standard Reference Zipper Strength BS 3084-2006, Performance code C requirement Test #5 reciprocating test
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL1310330964/TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Sample (A) exceeds 500 cycles Sample (B) exceeds 500 cycles

#11
Material Complete manufactured rucksack designated as a Modular System by Crib Gogh Ltd
Standard Reference Defined as STANAG 2895
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKS113102O2766 TX
Test Date 29th October 2013
Result To Freeze the rucksack at –45 C for 168 hours and test all components for 50 cycles of operation efficiency. The Test Parameter was exceeded:

#12
Material All fabric supplied by Crib Gogh that has any part of the rucksack
construction
Standard Reference One hundred and thirty eight (138) substances in the candidate list of substances of Very High Concern {SVHC} for authorization published by the European Chemicals Agency tECtlA) on Dec t9 2012 regarding regulation {EC} No 19O7/2OO6 concerning the REACH.
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference SHSL 14039102286 TX(D)
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Pass

#13
Material Rogue Long Buckle
Standard Reference Attachment strength of strap: BS5131, Part 11:1981 (1992)
Testing House SGS Hong Kong
Testing House Reference HKSL 1310337601/B TX
Test Date 5th January 2017
Result Av 169.0 (KG) Buckle Broken (exceeding the standard) Pass

#14
Standard Reference BS EN 361:2002 Safety at height legislation
Testing House SGS Taiwan
Testing house Reference TH60l59l20l5
Test Date 16th June 2015
Result PASS