• Hook and Line Systems
  • Unmanned Ground Vehicles
  • Search Systems
  • Personal Mine Extraction Systems

Systems to beat the IED threat  

NIC Instruments develops equipment to support organisations involved in the defeat of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) as well as all forms of unexploded ordnance from conventional munitions to legacy minefields.

The systems we provide help teams search out and render safe those devices thus ensuring the continued safety of both those involved in the defeat of the threat and the public, resulting in a safer world for all.

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History  

NIC Instruments was originally founded in 1946 as a medical device manufacturer. The medical inspection devices developed into a range of industrial inspection equipment, which then further developed into high threat search equipment.

Today, our world leading design and manufacturing capability develops advanced products for the defeat of all forms of unexploded ordnance.

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Training and Support  

You can be assured that NIC Instruments is fully committed to supporting and the correct and effective use of your systems in the field. We offer full training on all our equipment and you have the piece of mind that the backup support of equipment designed and manufactured in the United Kingdom may be relied on to give many years of life to your equipment.

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Latest News 

  • Roadside IED blast kills 10 in van in Pakistan tribal area bordering Afghanistan Roadside IED blast kills 10 in van in Pakistan tribal area bordering Afghanistan

    At least 10 people were killed and eight injured Tuesday morning in an explosion...Read More

  • 4 mine making factories destroyed in Afghan forces operation in Helmand 4 mine making factories destroyed in Afghan forces operation in Helmand

    At least four factories producing Improvised Explosive Device (IED) were destroyed during an operation...Read More

  • 2 bombs explode in gas station in Philipines, 16 hurt 2 bombs explode in gas station in Philipines, 16 hurt

    At least 16 people, including three policemen and two soldiers, were injured after two...Read More