National Institute for Explosives Technology

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR EXPLOSIVES TECHNOLOGY

Arms of National Institute for Explosives Technology

Official blazon

  • (af)

Wapen: In rooi, 'n bliksemskig met die uitkomende vlamme aan weerskante van die skag in die vorm van 'n aanstotende gestingelde en geblaarde protea, alles silwer.
Helmteken: Twee silwer geharnaste hande wat 'n uitkomende rooi vlam vashou.
Wrong en Dekklede: Silwer en rooi
Wapenspreuk: IGNEM CONTINEMUS

  • (en)

Arms: Gules, a Jupiter's thunderbolt, the flames issuant at each end of the shaft in the form of a protea, slipped and leaved, Argent.
Crest: Two gauntleted hands Argent grasping a flame issuant, Gules.
Wreath and mantling:
Supporters: Argent and Gules
Motto: IGNEM CONTINEMUS

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on March 13, 1989.

We have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms.

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