DRASH shelters are built to withstand the harshest conditions both on the battlefield and during disaster relief missions around the world.

The DRASH shelter’s extreme durability can mostly be credited to the advanced technology of its various components. Titanite®, which makes up most of the shelter’s frame, is an aerospace composite with superior structural properties that have been independently tested to be 270 percent stronger than aluminum for the same diameter and cross sectional area. XYTEX® is a specially coated fabric that is fire retardant, mildew resistant, water repellent and highly resistant to abrasion and ultra violet rays.

All cover fabrics include blackout in the visual and near infrared spectrum and meet Mil-Standard requirements for soft-walled shelters.

DRASH Shelters have met or exceeded all requirements for rain, wind, temperature, durability, blackout and snowload at the Aberdeen Test Center (ATC) in Maryland.