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Bulletproofing Materials - Made in the U.S.A.

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Bullet Resistant Fiberglass can be used in any setting. It has been hidden behind drywall, millwork, countertops and other decore. The fiberglass material is an unfinished opaque product and used as a subtle bullet-resistant barrier.

Bullet-Resistant Fiberglass
The bulletproofing fiberglass can be found in government, financial, data, medical, industrial, office and private settings. Ballistic fiberglass has security protection ranging from UL 752 levels 1 –3 with standard sheet sizes of 4 foot tall and 8 to 10 feet wide. Additionally we can provide custom size sheets as well as other materials ranging from level 1 thru 8.

Ballistic Fiberglass
Fiberglass Armor is a reinforced structural polyester laminate that exhibits unique bullet resisting characteristics. The flat opake sheets are molded in presses with high pressure and temperature. The hard surface and toughness of the material cause will cause the bullet to distort and flatten. As the bullet penetrates, the layers of fiberglass material the energy of the bullet is dissipated within.

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Bulletproof fiberglass sheets by size:

ul75248 - 1/2" Level 3 bullet resistant fiberglass armor ul752 ballistic level 03 rating fiberglass 48" x 96"
ul75248 - 1/2" Level 3 bullet resistant fiberglass armor ul752 ballistic level 03 rating fiberglass 48" x 120"
ul75248 - 4' x 8' UL 752 Tested & Rated Level 4 Fiberglass
ul75248 - 4' x 10' UL 752 Tested & Rated Level 4 Fiberglass)
Other sizes and levels available upon request.

Areas to Install Ballistic Fiberglass
Ideal for teller counters, gas stations, convenience stores, pay counters, private homes, remote electronic building, secure rooms, judge benches, reception areas, and school classrooms.

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