We offer many Armor Solutions for Ballistic FiberGlass panels. Please contact for Pricing, sales@bulletproof-it.com or call 360-518-2464

 

BULLETPROOF IT, LLC Armor fiberglass armor panels are designed for ballistics resistance. The panels are manufactured using specially constructed glass reinforcements in a proprietary resin matrix. The panel components are then cured in a controlled cycle.

 

When struck by a bullet or other projectile, Our Armor panels delaminate in a way that absorbs the energy and stops the projectile. Thousands of these panels have been purchased by the military, law enforcement, and numerous private and public sector organizations to provide an extra layer of protection for its people.

 

Panels are available in any length practical, widths up to 4', and in thicknesses from ¼" to ½". We typically tests panels in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 752 requirements for Levels 1-8 (including Supplementary Shotgun), although other options are available upon request.

 

Common Applications:

• Judge’s Benches

• Jury Boxes

• Convenience Stores

• Classrooms

• Bank Teller Areas

• Panic Rooms and Safe Rooms

• Storm Shelters

• Office Buildings

 

HOW TO SPECIFY

Panels shall be manufactured in the U.S.A. using the pultrusion process. Resin shall be fire-retardant polyester. Panels shall meet the ballistic performance requirements of (UL 752 Level __) (other custom requirement).

 

HOW TO ORDER

In addition to indicating panel width and length dimensions (max panel width is 4' in any length practical), it is vital to indicate the ballistic performance required, which will determine panel thickness and configuration. Panels, as manufactured, range in thickness from ¼" to ½". If final thickness is to be greater than ½", panels must be layered to meet more demanding ratings. For panels greater than ½" thick, indicate whether panels are to be bonded or will be layered/bonded in the field during installation.

 

TESTING & REQUIREMENTS

BULLETPROOF IT, LLC Armor panels are internally tested on a regular basis for conformance to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 752 requirements and independently tested to verify results. Testing data is available upon request. Additionally, HS Armor panels can be tested to a number of other domestic and international ballistic standards and protocols (NIJ, SD, MIL, etc.), or to a set of specific customer performance requirements. Regarding fire performance, HS Armor panels are self-extinguishing and meet a UL 94 V-0 flammability rating.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FABRICATION & INSTALLATION

Cutting, Drilling, and Attachment BULLETPROOF IT, LLC Armor panels can be cut and drilled using ordinary carpenter’s tools. A carbide or diamond grit edge blade is recommended for cutting. It is recommended to use high speed drill bits at slow speeds when drilling - carbide tipped drills are best for all drilling operations. Installation and attachment of panels to existing structures is easily accomplished with bolts, screws, or industrial grade adhesive.

 

Adhesives

BULLETPROOF IT, LLC Armor panels can be attached to most substrates with adhesives, such as construction adhesive. For stronger adhesion, especially to non-porous substrates, including aluminum, steel and stainless steel, a two-part epoxy is recommended. Adhesives should be used per the adhesive manufacturer’s instructions.

 

Painting

BULLETPROOF IT, LLC Armor panels can be painted using high quality water- or oil-based paints. Urethane and epoxy paints/coatings will provide a more durable finish. For external applications, a paint with a UV inhibitor should be used to protect the armor panels from long-term UV exposure.

 

Wall Assembly Installation

For typical wall and millwork installations, a 4" wide batten strip of the same thickness material should be specified at the butt-joints to provide a minimum of 2" overlap from one panel to the next. Batten strips can be cut in the field from panels, or can be ordered from Strongwell. Batten strips can be attached directly to the panels and should be used where any vertical or horizontal joints occur. Battens are not required in a 90˚ corner, as long as the panels overlap (see diagram). Any required battens should be placed between studs, so the wall does not protrude out from studs farther than necessary and panels can be attached directly to studs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We offer many Armor Solutions for Ballistic FiberGlass panels. Please contact for Pricing, sales@bulletproof-it.com or call 360-518-2464

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT BY PLACING AN ORDER YOU AGREE TO COMPLY WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL LAWS REGARDING BODY ARMOR.**United States law restricts possession of body armor for convicted felons. Many U.S. states also have penalties for possession or use of body armor by felons. BULLETPROOF IT, LLC, is also unable to ship any body armor plates, Shields, etc. to the state of Connecticut. By purchasing body armor from BULLETPROOF IT, LLC., you are certifying that you have not been convicted of any crime that would restrict you from being able to purchase or possess body armor under any Federal or State laws. Furthermore, you are acknowledging that you do not intend to use the body armor for any criminal purpose. BULLETPROOF IT, LLC., does reserve the right to refuse to sell body armor to any person.

 

Sale Price cannot be combined with any other discount or coupons. 

 

***DUE TO THE LIFE-SAVING NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT, ALL SALES ARE FINAL***


Sorry no International shipments WITHOUT  ITAR approval.

 

Shipping Fee to HI and AK will be more and vary in price- If you do not want to pay the extra shipping cost, we will provide a refund for the purchase. 

Ballistic Fiberglass Panels