ILC Dover, LP (also known as ILC) is an engineering development and manufacturing company based in Frederica, Delaware. ILC specializes in the use of high-performance flexible materials, serving the aerospace, personal protection, and pharmaceutical industries.
Best known for making space suits for NASA, ILC outfitted every United States astronaut in the Apollo program, including the twelve that walked on the moon. ILC also designed and manufactured the Space Suit Assembly portion of the Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU), worn by astronauts during performance of extra-vehicular activity (EVA) on Space Shuttle missions and on the International Space Station.
Other ILC products include the airbag landing devices for Mars Pathfinder and Mars Exploration Rover (MER) missions; lighter-than-air vehicles, including airships, aerostats, and zeppelins; chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) masks and hood systems; and flexible powder-containment solutions for the pharmaceutical industry.
SCape® CBRN30 NIOSH Approved APER (Air Purifying Escape Respirator) Tested and proven for unparalleled protection, the SCape® CBRN30 hood represents the next generation of gas masks. This escape respirator gives a new meaning to the word "user friendly". Traditional gas masks employ face... Read more
The Sentinel XL™ HP System is designed to protect healthcare workers from infectious diseases/pandemic flu. Sentinel XL™ HP PAPR Designed for protection against airborne infectious diseases Uses the same durable blower system found in our Sentinel CBRN PAPR One-size-fits-all head... Read more
The Sentinel CBRN configuration can be worn with the NIOSH approved backpack or belt mounted design. The unique backpack approach allows the unit to be comfortably carried in a stowed configuration there by increasing your readiness Superior Protection and Comfort Sentinel is the only... Read more