Bulletproof wooden windows
Depending on the precise and specific composition and thickness of the bulletproof window, these kinds of materials can stop a certain number of certain-calibre bullets fired from different firearms at different speeds.
- Bulletproof glass can withstand a single bullet as well as an entire series of bullets.
- Different types of glass are used for the manufacturing of bulletproof glass. These different types of glass are laminated with special films.
- The combination of special glass and film effectively distributes the strength of the bullet over a large area of glass so that it withstands the shots without breaking on the other side.
- Bulletproof windows are created using the highest quality ballistic glass.
- The highest quality ballistic stainless steel is used.
- Hinges are reinforced and adjustable.
Glass units used in the manufacture of bulletproof windows are divided into bulletproof glass classes:
- BR2S class – 20 mm thickness.
- BR3S class – 24 mm thickness.
- BR4S class – 26 mm thickness.
- BR5S class – 37 mm thickness.
- BR6S class – 46 mm thickness.