SEE Education Foundation Industry Museum
Bomb Suit Donated to Explosives Museum
A recent donation to the SEE Education Foundation almost could have come from the award winning movie "The Hurt Locker". The Foundation museum recently received a donation of a bomb disposal suit made up of six separate parts of equipment used for personal protection including a fragmentation helmet, torso protection, collar, leg chaps, foot protection, groin plate and a monolithic face shield with chest protection. The EOD suit is designed to military specifications and is used by agencies around the world including the military, FBI, and local law enforcement.
The ISEE has many members that participate in the world of the bomb technicians and investigators, some full time and others volunteering their time. We are pleased to salute the work that these dedicated members do in their safety and security work by welcoming the new museum display. A special salute goes out to ISEE Member, Michael Savioli, SEB Bomb Squad, for facilitating this contribution.
Over the past nine years the ISEE Explosives Museum collection has continued to grow with donations of artifacts, historical blasting and mining equipment, inert product displays, seismographs, books, articles, and much more, that have come from many parts of the industry.
Members, their families, and industry friends have shared personal collections to help the Society build a collection of museum items that tells the story of the commercial explosives industry and related fields such as mining, quarrying, construction, seismology, special effects, bomb disposal, avalanche control, explosives manufacturing and use, and more.
To donate artifacts, old blasting and mining equipment, vibration monitoring artifacts, powder displays, books, maps, articles, or to make a cash contribution to the museum or Foundation please contact us at (440) 349-4400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org