Three military bases find Carmanah solutions under extreme conditions

December 1, 2016
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Carmanah’s products stand up in harsh weather to ensure safety without a lot of maintenance, regardless of application. These three military bases put our products to work for both training and full-time purposes.

Bagram Air Base project summary

The largest US military base in Afghanistan, Bagram Air Base has been using Carmanah solar airfield products since 2003. With both visible and infrared output available as a standard option, these lights offer versatility in addition to their durable, maintenance-free design.

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The Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska, sought solar lighting due to its extreme weather conditions and remote location, both of which make power a major concern. Carmanah provided easy-to-deploy apron and taxiway edge lights that were low-cost, reliable, and maintenance-free.

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In Ontario, Canada, CFB Trenton/CFD Mountain View required temporary lighting for tactical night vision training. Carmanah’s runway lights could withstand tough Canadian winters during the training exercises and when the training was complete, the Canadian military was able to complete its first-ever tactical NVG approach into Afghanistan.

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