Pyrotechnic systems for law enforcement and civil applications.
Alsetex is a specialized manufacturer of pyrotechnic law enforcement products (systems, launchers, munitions, ammunition, etc.) and provides a range of products to prevent natural hazards (avalanche, hail, draught) and for pest control (birds).
Alsetex is a pyrotechnologies systems and services specialist dedicated to law enforcement and civil safety. We provide services spanning the entire life cycle of innovative pyrotechnic solutions: feasibility, design, development, industrialisation, qualification, production, storage, delivery, installation, training, maintenance, reuse, collection and dismantling.
Alsetex Provides a wide range of associated services, such as design, certification, training, logistics and dismantling.
Law enforcement products
- In France, our law enforcement products meet strict government specifications.
- The avalanche control system is used to ensure safety at ski resorts.
Testing and training smoke generators
- The smoke generators are designed for aeraulic testing and fire simulation.
Signalling and distress signals
- The signalling product range is destined for professional and leisure use.
Alsetex is more than ever
Compliance with regulations
Values shared throughout the company; ambitious quality objectives checked monthly; commitment to lasting customer satisfaction.
Protection and civil safety
For the export of law enforcement products, Alsetex strictly complies with the decisions of an interministerial commission endowed with sovereign decision-making authority. These relevant departments of the French government have complete discretion to provide practical and prompt decisions.
Alsetex provides a range of pyrotechnic products for natural hazard prevention and pest control (avalanche, hail, draught, birds, etc.). A range of non-toxic smokes meet the requirements for aeraulic testing and training. Distress signals of varied effects for aviation, road, railway and nautical use comply with regulatory standards.
On January 21st, a large-scale public safety exercise was held in the LiNO tunnel in Dijon.