Throwback to Royal Institution Christmas Lectures
07/11/18: A throw back, all the way to 2007, when about now, we were filming to support that year's Royal Institution Christmas Lectures. In 2007 the presenter was Dr Hugh Montgomery and he lectured on 'The Science of Survival'. The videos below were used to illustrate how much energy is stored within food. Great to be part of such a prestigious event . Click on Image to watch Video.
Bespoke Vehicle Protection Project
04/09/18: Although there are many tested designs for Hostile Vehicle Mitigation on the market, there are times when you need a unique and novel concept. SJH worked with partners on just such a project. Full Story
European Police Force Now Fully Kitted Out.
01/03/18: The final batch of K9-Safes have gone to a Western European police force to complete the fit out of their dog search vans. The K9-Safes provide physical security and protection from fire for the small explosive samples required for the dogs to undertake their search role.
New Larger Mailsafe - the 200 Range - Now Available
01/02/18: To cater for larger parcels, we have now made the Mailsafe 200 available. This unit is large enough to take 24" x 24" x 24" boxes, as used by many courier firms.
04/04/16: SJH Projects announces the arrival of its new K9-Safe. This unit was developed at the request of a European police force to provide a more safe and secure means by which to transport the small explosive samples used with sniffer dogs. Full Story
SJH Projects Supports Explosives Laboratory Design
19/03/15: SJH Projects has completed a project to design a new Explosive Laboratory facility. Full Story
Newcastle University use Frangible Surrogate Limb in Research Project
12/06/13: A team at Newcastle University's School of Mechanical and Systems Engineering has just finished a student project looking at improved 'Ankle-Foot Orthoses'. Full Story
Collaboration with Imperial College Blast Laboratory
09/05/12: SJH Projects has collaborated with the 'Imperial Blast' to assess the suitability of the Enhanced Frangible Surrogate Lower Limb (EFSLL) for use comparing protective measures for vehicle IED protection. Full Story
Synthetic Human Limbs Now Available for Landmine and IED Research
21/11/11: The FSL or 'Frangible Surrogate Limb' is designed to mimic the behaviour of a human leg under the rapid loading experienced when you step on an anti-personnel landmine or are in a vehicle hit by an IED. Full Story
Blast Tests Demonstrate Performance of the XPT Mitigation System
06/09/10: A question often posed by vehicle armourers is why they shouldn't just use thicker steel rather than apply the XPT material to their protective system. These tests set out to answer that question. Full Story
Presentation at Light & Medium Armoured Vehicles 2009
03/02/09: On the 3rd February 2009, Steve Holland of SJH Projects presented a paper at the prestigious Light & Medium Armoured Vehicles Symposium held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London. Full Story
Poor weather during door tests provides excellent high speed images
20/04/08: The weather during a recent series of blast resistant door trials was typical for Otterburn Ranges - that is pretty foul. The standing water did however gives rise to some interesting images from the high speed camera. Full Story
UK Department of Health, Blast Injuries Expert Symposium
13/06/07: The Bombings in London of July 7th 2005 continue to influence changes in practice and planning for similar events that may happen anywhere in the UK sometime in the future. Full Story
London Bombing Presentation at Explosives World 06
23/11/06: Steve Holland of SJH Projects gave a presentation on 'Technical Aspects of the July 7th London Bombs'. Full Story
Paper given at the European AFV Survivability Symposium
17/05/05: In March 2004 Steve Holland gave a presentation on behalf of AML UK Ltd
at this prestigeous event at the Royal Military College of Science. Full Story