TAS & Wyssen Avalanche Hazard Prevention Systems

 
 

Avalanche Control Systems

 

 

TAS – SAINTE HELENE DU LAC – FRANCE

 
TAS is the world leader in remote natural hazard prevention systems. For more than 20 years, TAS technologies have been protecting ski resorts, villages, highways and mining sites. TAS guarantees avalanche and rock-fall protection for customers around the world: ski and mountain resorts, private ventures and public and professional authorities.
— https://www.tas.fr/en/
 
 

 
 

Uploaded by MND Group - Gazex® / Gazflex®

Fixed remote avalanche control system (RACS) based on exploding a propane/oxygen gas mixture inside an open metal tube. Read more. »

Uploaded by MND Group - O’Bellx®

Removable remote avalanche control system (RACS) based on exploding a hydrogen/oxygen gas mixture inside an open cone. Read more »

 

Uploaded by MND Group - DaisyBell®

Mobile remote avalanche control system (RACS) carried by helicopter based on exploding a hydrogen/oxygen gas mixture inside an open cone. Read more »

Gallery of TAS products: Gazex-Gazflex, DaisyBell, O’Bellx, Vela.  View the gallery  »

Gallery of TAS products: Gazex-Gazflex, DaisyBell, O’Bellx, Vela. View the gallery »

 
 
American Avalanche Association: "We could watch clips of this all day… The DaisyBell by TAS of the MND Group is a mobile remote avalanche control system (RACS) carried by helicopter. It emits a blast from an exploding mix of hydrogen/oxygen gas and has 50 to 70 shots before refilling.  Video on Facebook  »

American Avalanche Association: "We could watch clips of this all day… The DaisyBell by TAS of the MND Group is a mobile remote avalanche control system (RACS) carried by helicopter. It emits a blast from an exploding mix of hydrogen/oxygen gas and has 50 to 70 shots before refilling. Video on Facebook »

 
 

 

Wyssen Avalanche Control – Bern, Switzerland

 
 
 

Remote Avalanche Control Systems RACS for preventive Avalanche release fully integrated in our Wyssen Avalanche Control System WAC.3. (Image at top of this page is a screen-shot from this video.)