|Manufacturer||Rommelin Manufacture/Accelle-Sys Industries|
|Projectile||TH3 thermate fluid|
|Clip size||500 units|
|weight||75 lb. (34kg)|
Developed in 2015 by Tunisian-based Rommelin Manufacture, to stand against the public riots on corporate facilities in North Africa. Primary customer was Kader Industrieen. As the region came under EuroCorp control, Rommelin came close to bankruptcy, but was instead incorporated into the product portfolio of Accelle-Sys Industries, transferring all patents and designs.
The LTB Thermite Gun was a popular portable crowd-control instrument used by military infantry worldwide, as an incendiary anti-personnel weapon.
It carries Thermate-TH3 ammunition and has a maximum munitions canister load of 5 liters. Burning with an intense flame that eats through metal with time, the gun is feared for the long-term effects caused even by minute exposure to the searing liquefied metal it spews out. The production line was discontinued in 2055, but reports have indicated ongoing research.
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- FoF Sensor: Since the LTB-P does not use any kind of projectile, the FoF microchips were placed at the front of the gun in the form of a sensor array. If a friendly DART chip is detected within a 45-degree cone in front of the weapon, the mixture control automatically adjusts fuel levels to burn at a lower temperature and so reduces potential friendly fire.
- Thermate Injector: Abandoning the older Thermite compound and switching over to the more extensively deployed Thermate alternative, high temperatures could be reached. But scientists were not entirely satisfied with the results. Creating a blending mechanism for their injector, they allowed the weapon to switch between thermite, thermate and other oxidizing compounds intelligently, based on targeting.