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Military Obsolescence

  • Minimise supply chain risks
  • Increase reliability & performance
  • Reduce maintenance requirements & cost
military obsolescence

Mitigate military obsolescence and increase efficiency

Following our diversified solutions in the industry, we have raised new horizons by focusing on mitigating “Military Obsolescence”. All our filters are manufactured, pleated and assembled in our clean room, ensuring no cross contamination at all stages.

Hydraulic military filter range

Military Equipment Obsolescence

At Micro-Mesh, we understand the tribulations that come with aging machinery and its obsolescence, particularly within military apparatus. With technological advancements flourishing day by day, the military equipments eventually succumbs to obsolescence, becoming insignificant or ill-equipped. 

Hydraulic systems are used in many military vehicles and equipment, such as tracked vehicles, aircraft, and ships. Obsolescence in hydraulic systems can affect the military in several ways, including reduced reliability, a significant increase in maintenance requirements and costs, supply chain risks and reduced performance.

We offer effective obsolescence management, by monitoring and manufacturing replacements for bespoke specifications. Over the years, military organisations all over the world trust us as their supplier of choice as they are able to reduce the impact of obsolescence on their equipment and ensure that their forces are prepared for a wide range of scenarios.

Defence Obsolescence Solutions

Our strength lies in our ability to address equipment obsolescence. With the evolving needs of the defence industry. Our unique ‘reverse engineering’ service bridges this gap, ensuring that military platforms and equipment remain operational even when specific filters are no longer in production. This commitment to preventing obsolescence underscores our dedication to the defence sector.

Proven track record in supporting prominent UK military platforms, such as Challenger 2 MBT, the newly upgraded Challenger 3 and the Ajax IFV platform.

Hydraulic high-pressure & return filters, Air Filters for air intake.

Our Quality Control

  • ISO 9001 Accredited

  • In-House Testing

  • Full traceability with printed batch numbers

  • State of the art production machinery


We are honoured for having a track history of lengthening military equipment performance span and reverse engineering scant parts in a wide range of applications.

Military obsolescence

A third-generation British main battle tank (MBT) that has been in service with the armies of the United Kingdom, Oman, Jordan and, most recently, Ukraine.

HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carriers. Image by Petty Officer Photographer Jay Allen

Two aircraft carriers that have a displacement of approximately 65,000 tonnes, are 284 meters long, and are the largest warships ever constructed for the Royal Navy.

Collins Class, Royal Australian Navy

Class of six diesel-electric submarines. They are the second largest non-nuclear powered submarines in the world and are designed for defense and ocean surveillance roles.

Minesweeper Naval Vessel

Type of ship designed to detect and clear naval mines from the sea. These vessels are equipped with specialized equipment to detect the magnetic anomaly in the earth’s magnetic field caused by the mines.

Armoured Combat Vehicles

Ground-based vehicles designed to take part in and survive combat situations. They are protected by strong armour and armed with weapons, making them ideal for use in military operations.


Our manufacturing process

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