We manufacture a wide range of wall and cabinet armor that are designed to defeat bullet, blast, or forced entry impacts. Our high strength, non-ricochet architectural armor is composed of multi-ply bullet and blast resistant fiberglass laminates, that are tested according to UL-752 and ASTM E 119 standards. By mixing correct ratio of fiberglass to resin, and maintaining right amount of heat plus pressure during the curing process, we ensure that each layer of woven roving fiberglass will delaminate from one another and allow for a controlled, non-spalling encapsulation of the bullet within the panel. The kinetic energy of the bullet is released or dissipated through this ply-release or de-lamination process.
Our bullet resistant wall and cabinet armor is installed as protective barriers in government buildings, police stations, guard houses, and convenience stores. The architectural armor panels are flexible and can be used anywhere if there is a perceived or real threat of ballistic assault. Bullet resistant fiberglass panels in standard sizes of 4’ by 8’ are available in stock for ready shipping. Based on your specific protective armoring needs, bullet resistant fiber glass panels can also be fabricated in a number of other sizes, including 3’x8’, 3’x9’, 3’x10’, 4’x8’, 4’x9’, 4’x10’, 5’x8’, 5’x9’ and 5’x10’. Compared to traditional, bullet-resistant building materials such as plate steel, concrete or cinder blocks with sand, our architectural armor panels offer a lot more utility and ease. The panels are lightweight and can be easily cut, drilled, sanded, painted, as well as textured. They are also more compatible with other wood or gypsum materials. Our architectural armor panels can be primed and painted with oil or water based paints. They can also be glued to other surfaces with adhesives as well as covered with drywall, wood panels, or any other type of wall covering. Instructions for installation are included with every order to assist skilled or novice installers.