Bullet Resistant Fiberglass Panels

Unique Benefits Of ArmorCore

  • Lighter Weight Than Steel
  • Easy To Install With Standard Tools
  • Effective Delay Against Forced Entry
  • Low Wicking – No Build-Up Of Mold
  • Non-Toxic Materials
  • 1-Hour Fire Rating (ASTM E119-00)
  • Available In Sizes Up To 5′ x 10
  • Available In The Full Range Of U.L.

Bullet Resistant Panel Applications

Since 1996, ArmorCore® has been the leading manufacturer of bullet resistant fiberglass panels throughout the world to help bring an architect’s design to life.

Bullet resistant fiberglass panels are most commonly used in wall assemblies, counters, doors, millwork, cubicles, and desks for many different architectural facility designs. Some of these facilities include Commercial, Schools, Financial, Government, Grid Security, Healthcare, Law Enforcement, Military, Residential, Safe Rooms and beyond.

Bullet Resistant Panel Manufacturing Process

ArmorCore®’s UL 752 bullet resistant panels are manufactured by combining woven-roving fiberglass with resin, precision-assembled and cured in a press with heat and pressure while maintaining quality and consistency.

With our unique capabilities including hydraulic presses, water jet cutting, industrial sanders and testing facilities, ArmorCore®’s bullet resistant panels are offered in a variety of standard size sheets ranging from 3’, 4’ & 5’ widths by 8’, 9’ & 10’ lengths of any combination. We also offer custom cutting to fit your unique design with the ability to cut to any 2-dimensional size, pre-drill holes, bevel cut etc. Our intensive Quality Assurance Program in conjunction with our ISO 9001:2015 registration will ensure every panel we manufacture meets and/or exceeds our customers’ requirements.

How Do Bullet Resistant Fiberglass Panels Work?

ArmorCore® is designed to absorb a bullet’s energy within the panel’s laminate. The composite laminate consists of fiberglass reinforced thermoset resin capable to defeat a bullet through a process of energy absorption within the laminate. Once the panels have begun to delaminate, any additional shots become progressively easier to defeat because the energy is more readily absorbed by the laminate. In contrast to steel barriers, the fiberglass laminate is designed to prevent ricochet of the bullet as well as spalling to the non-threat side of the panel.

Through our custom design for bullet resistant panels, we’ve developed the highest quality and reliable product for defensive architecture. Contact us today to learn more!