Flexible, versatile and instantly reconfigurable, BeaverFit’s modular secure armouries recently achieved three nominations at the 2023 Fire and Security Matters Awards. The awards promoted the importance of innovation whilst underlining the highest standards of excellence. BeaverFit’s Armouries have been highlighted due to their deployable and highly portable configuration, as well as being Government approved facilities, manufactured to minimise threats and maximise protection.
Reinforced with specialist secure doors, CCTV, and alarms, BeaverFit’s containerised Armouries are custom fabricated and portable secure units, that can be used as an internal armoury or ammunition storage facility.
Designed to meet strict security standards and regulations, the Armouries provide a high level of security and protection for firearms and other weapons. They contain reconfigurable, internal racking, which is suitable for a range of different sized weapons, as the holsters can be altered to suit specific requirements.
The containerised Armouries are incredibly flexible and easy to transport. They can be easily deployed, to where they are most needed, to accommodate modern warfare agile requirements supporting international militaries. With climate control and solar panels, all weaponry is kept in an optimum environment for storage.
Our innovative custom Armouries for weapons and tactical equipment are bespoke manufactured to suit our customers specific high-level security and operational requirements. Government approved and easily relocatable, our containerised Armouries have become increasingly popular solutions and favoured over traditional infrastructures due to their easy installation and portability.
Tom Beaver, Managing Director of BeaverFit
Discreet in design, the self-contained and sustainable Armouries are more cost-effective than traditional infrastructures. The container solutions limit construction costs and reduce the need for anchors or groundworks due to the semi-permanent location, meaning that less off-site work is needed, reducing travel and air pollution.