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FAUX PANELS® are a cost-effective solution for covering Shipping Containers, Rapidly Deployable Units and Re-Locatable Habitat Units utilized for Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) training scenarios within the US Army, Navy and USMC. Made from durable high-density polymer, the panels feature a quick and easy installation to save time and money. They can be applied to any surface such as wood, metal, or glass simply with screws, magnets or adhesive.
Available in any size, texture, and color, all panels can be customized to your specifications. Some textures include drystack, stacked stone, river rock, brick and more.
Create realistic urban warfare training environments to keep soldiers prepped and ready while maximizing your training budgets by using these affordable, durable, weather-resistant panels.
All of our products have gone through rigorous testing such as heat cycling, salt spray resistance, freeze-thaw, humidity, adhesion, solvent resistance, water rub, and weathering. The panels are capable of withstanding all weather conditions for year-round training. Their maintenance-free design keep them looking realistic and impressive without needing any time or labor-intensive upkeep.
Shoot housing training utilized by Military and Police forces can give the edge needed to ensure safety in real life encounters. Realistic looking shoot houses will help prepare soldiers and officers by creating a controlled environment capable of mimicking numerous real word scenarios.
Utilizing our high-density polymer panels will facilitate the creation of realistic training environments. Recreate interior layouts for rural, urban, industrial and commercial building designs with ease.
Updating your shoot house plans to include our durable and lightweight panels is a budget-conscious decision. Not only are they capable of withstanding paintball munitions and take a beating but they clean up easily afterwards with soap and water. The maintenance free design coupled with its durability means there's no need for constant replacement due to damage and deterioration.