CSI is a US based manufacturer and service provider to the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security Agencies, police and military units worldwide. Founded in 1981, CSI’s history is rooted in engineering and manufacturing of munitions and high quality components. Today, CSI produces a wide range of solutions in support of military operations.
CSI manufactures a wide range of less-lethal munitions including 12-gauge and 40mm projectiles, grenades and flash-bangs in various configurations, providing an array of options for force escalation, force multiplication, and less-lethal capabilities to affect individuals and crowds in a variety of situations.
CSI's Penn Arms™ shoulder fired and Venom™ high-capacity variable payload launching systems can be mounted on a variety of platforms. These systems afford high capacity and superior payload variations with extended range and portability.
Warning signals and aerial flash-bangs
CSI also produces an array of air burst and signal flare products. CSI warning signals can be shoulder fired, hand-launched or launched from one of our high-capacity tube launched munition systems.
CSI produce a range of specialized munitions and pyrotechnics which enhance specific tactical capabilities. These munitions support scenarios requiring both the incapacitation of humans and materials.
Training systems and programs
CSI provides training products and services supporting all of its customers and manufacturing divisions. These programs provide technical information and tactical application.
Fuzes and Weapon Components
CSI also specializes in military components ranging from fuzes to rocket components.
CSI is ISO 9001:2000 certified and DOD 4145.26-M compliant. CSI’s military and homeland security customers are also development partners. They include the US Army, US Navy, US Marine Corps, USSOCOM, Joint Non-Lethal Weapon’s Directorate, US Customs and Border Protection, and the US Department of State.
Currently, CSI has two product manufacturing divisions, CTS focusing primarily on munitions and Penn Arms on a variety of shoulder fired launchers. Both divisions engineer and manufacture all of their products in the USA following strict proprietary procedures to continually make product improvements while ensuring safety and reliability with the most competitive pricing in mind.
Miniature Hit-to-Kill (MHTK) interceptor missile is developed by Lockheed Martin for the US Army, as part of the Extended Area Protection and Survivability Integrated Demonstration (EAPS ID) programme.
Combined Systems (CSI) has acquired the assets of Thompson Handcuffs Corporation, a manufacturer of high-quality handcuffs and restraints located in Bedford Park, Illinois. The acquisition will expand CSI's product and training solutions in both of its domestic and international sales channels.
Combined Systems (CSI), a leading service provider to the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security Agencies, police and military units worldwide, has released a free white paper on the Army-Technology website. High Explosive 12-Gauge Ammunition FRAG-12T