Since the 1980s, Kärcher Futuretech has been supplying the world's military with first-class, highly capable systems and products. These are developed in collaboration with the defence ministries of the leading nations for global use under the harshest conditions and in the toughest scenarios.
Brazilian Aeronautical Commission
The Brazilian Aeronautical Commission (FAB) is the Brazilian air force. The FAB was formed by the merging of all army and naval pilot units. It is the second largest armed service of the Brazilian services, and also the largest air force in Latin America.
Brazilian Army Commission
The Brazilian Army Commission is the purchasing organisation of the Brazilian Army. Its principal task is the purchase and provision of defence materials. In addition, it conducts market analyses with the aim of equipping its army with high-quality, cost-effective materials. It also controls the Brazilian military budget.
Koninklijke Landmacht (Royal Netherlands Army)
The Koninklijke Landmacht is the land forces section of the military of the Netherlands, with approximately 27000 soldiers. The army of the Netherlands is led by Commandant Landstrijdkrachten (CLAS), the army forces command. It includes both combat units and regional support units.
Austrian Armed Forces
The Austrian Armed Forces, with its 55000 soldiers, helps wherever it can both at home and abroad: whether it be peacekeeping, humanitarian aid or disaster relief. The Army has been involved in foreign missions under a UN mandate since 1960. Since 1995, the Armed Forces have been participants in NATO's Partnership for Peace.
Royal Arabian Army
The Royal Arabian Army is also known as the Royal Saudi Land Force. This army of 230,000 soldiers consists of the five armed services: the Saudi Arabian Army, Royal Saudi Air Force, Royal Saudi Navy, Royal Saudi Air Defense and the Royal Saudi Strategic Missile Force. It is under the supreme command of the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman ibn Abd al-Aziz.
Royal Army of Oman
The Royal Army of Oman is the ground force unit of the Royal Army of the Sultan of Oman, numbering 25000 soldiers. It is the oldest of the three armed services. Today, the Royal Army of Oman is an independent force that was appointed by the Sultan. The colour of the flag was given to the Sultan of the armed forces by Sultan Qaboos bin Said.
The military on deployment
Our high-performance systems have already accompanied numerous military deployments around the world. On the adjacent map of the world, you can take a closer look at the different deployment scenarios and catch a glimpse of all the various countries in which our equipment is used.
In operation worldwide
The Austrian Armed Forces are upgrading their decontamination facilities
Since 3 October 2018, the NBC defence force of the Austrian Armed Forces has been in possession of eight new decontamination systems. In addition to the possibility of decontamination through the unique technology of the vacuum chamber, the 36-ton vehicles cover the hot gas chamber technology. This makes it possible to decontaminate people, vehicles, objects, buildings, roads and border checkpoints.
Drinking water treatment in New Zealand
After the 2016 Fiji Islands cyclone about 270 New Zealand Defence Forces supported the island reconstruction efforts. In order to ensure the reliable drinking water supply for the inhabitants, existing salt water was converted with the water purification system WTC 500 RO into clean drinking water.
Modular Field Kitchen MFK in Taiwan
The Modular Field Kitchens MFK were intensively tested immediately after their arrival in 2018. The individual modules were also used in a remote state.
Field kitchen MFK 2 for Marine Corps
In 2019, we reported that the Netherlands Army advanced their mobile catering systems by ordering 14 mobile field kitchens. Four of these MFK 2 field kitchens were delivered to the Marine Corps and were used several times last year. The pictures below show one of the kitchens in action during a certification exercise in Marnehuizen, Netherlands.