The Evolution Rescue Tool is a new generation Tactical tomahawk which employs radical ergonomic design to enhance performance and greatly improve user comfort and decrease occupational injury. Its design purpose is to aid in the safe extraction and exit from emergency situations for Emergency Service Personnel. It is a specialised personal breaching tool designed to break locks, pierce tyres, cut through walls, cut through metal and glass, pierce reinforced Kevlar materials, puncture vehicle tyres, defeat timber structures, smash masonry and brick or any task that requires uncompromising destructive performances. Having a portable tool such as this could be the difference between life and death. The Evolution Rescue Tools main function is to save lives. It is a personal entry/ breaching tool designed specifically for First Responders such as Fire Brigade, Emergency Service, Police, Customs and Military personnel to aid in the entry, extraction and exit from hazardous rescue situations.
Two different models are featured; a featherweight model from aerospace grade 6AL4V titanium and the other constructed from high carbon steel, which have different user applications based on the same advanced ergonomic design and both are supremely lighter than anything else in competitive category. Also featuring advanced technology surface treatments with steel models protected by ceramic coating and titanium models protected by PVD(Physical Vapour Deposition)thin coating treatments. The anatomical and ergonomically responsive grip handles are constructed of contoured 3D milled indestructible G10 material for ultimate structural integrity in demanding situations. The head features 3 live cutting blades; front, rear spike and full upper spine edge to provide a variety of striking,prying and splitting penetration functions with ribbed milled channels to prevent blade sticking with materials. The milled pockets and cavities in the handle throat are designed as vibration baffles to minimise and mitigate harmful vibration transfer to the users hand and arms.
Photo Credit: Ppeter Fegan Design
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