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Our paint covers combat vehicles' thermal/IR signature.You can think of it as the heat signature. Obviously, if a vehicle has a less detectable heat signature it would be less visible to a sensor that homes in on heat. The kind of sensors that are found on an enemy drone or a heat-seeking missile (anti-tank, etc.).

We're defending the people who are inside the Humvees or inside Combat Vehicles or inside the buildings. We're defending their lives. If they can't be seen, and they can't be sought out by missiles, they can't be hurt.

Something that lessens the heat signature would save lives. It also keeps a vehicle cooler inside and hence protects sensitive instruments, which could also be a lifesaver.

Masking a tank's thermal/IR signature makes it difficult to both detect and target it.

Already in theater and proven the last decade, Intermat stealth technology provides the absolute solution against modern threats in a force-multiplying package.Modern threats require modern countermeasures while the golden rule of survivability still demands not to be seen. It's far better for the warfighter to rely on passive defense layers than being obliged to make use of weapons and active countermeasures.       

According to defense editor for the National Interest, Kris Osborn in his comparative analysis "How Russias's T-14 Armata Compares to the M1 Abrams" on Oct 25, 2021 and Jan 17, 2022:

"Ultimately, targeting range and accuracy of high-fidelity sensors and computing will determine which tank might be superior. Small differences in lethality will likely matter less if one tank is able to see the other while the other cannot detect at similar ranges. The tank that can find, target and hit the other from the longer range is likely to prevail in any kind of war engagement."                   

Kris Osborn is the defense editor for the National Interest and President of Warrior Maven - the Center for Military Modernization. Osborn previously served at the Pentagon as a Highly Qualified Expert with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army - Acquisition, Logisitics & Technology. Osborn has also worked as an anchor and on-air military specialist at national TV networks. He has appeared as a guest military expert on Fox News, MSNBC, The Military Channel, and the History Channel. He also has a Master's Degree in Comparative Literature from Columbia University.

Full articles can be found on the links below:



"The overall results of the project were very positive. Intermat paint has been recognized for potential use in future GDLS programs"

GENERAL DYNAMICS LAND SYSTEMS (GDLS), Materials Engineering & Survivability, Sterling Heights MI, USA


"We completed our field tests at Eglin AFB...We are favorably impressed.."



" Intermat Group SA, Athens, Greece, is the only known source that markets the items needed to meet this particular US Government requirement"

"I have been told that the field application of your LO coatings was very positive"



"The Commandos who were tasked to destroy the painted tank using ATGMs couldn't get to it at the required range; they were so  impressed they want their patrol vehicles done also.."



"The impression of the Intermat products are that they are robust, effective and "leading-edge" "



"We achieved the goal, we are extremely satisfied with your solutions"



"Intermat coatings can be used for significant reductions in radar and thermal detectability, thus improving the survivability of the military assets to which they were applied."



"The specific self-adhesive anti-thermal camouflage is a quite remarkable and interesting proposal and covered to great extent the respective operational requirements of Land Forces.."



" .. It was amazing the performance..We couldn't believe that we couldn't see anything, it was invisible..."