bullet & blast protection
Armortex® has been manufacturing Bullet, Blast and Forced Entry Resistant products for more than thirty years. Our product line includes Armortex® brand fiberglass composite panels, glass and containment glazing, fixed windows and transaction windows, pass-thru transaction equipment (drawers, hoppers, dip trays), speakers, gun ports, gun lockers and man traps. We also fabricate wood and hollow metal doors as well as aluminum storefront systems and related security equipment.
Armortex® products are widely used in courtrooms, government and corporate offices, banks, convenience stores, police stations, military bases, check cashing facilities, cashier booths, prisons and any place where ballistic and attack resistant products are required. U.S. Dept of State FE/BR thermally broken aluminum windows and steel doors are also available.
Through our ISO 9001:2008 quality management system we design and build quality products that protect lives. Our Bullet, Blast and Forced Entry Resistant products are available worldwide, direct from Armortex®. Please contact us for complete information.
Custom sizes of selected products available.
Steel blast doors are available in pre-engineered or custom engineered designs. These steel blast doors can also include bullet and shrapnel protection as well. Blast door applications may vary from UFC requirements to long duration incidents such as vapor cloud blasts that are typical in the petro chemical industry. Aluminum storefront doors are available in designs up to 10 psi.
Armortex® certified FEMA 361 steel doors available as:
FEMA 361-2008, International Code Council (ICC) 500-2008 and Miami-Dade County standards (Aluminum Doors)
Available as a single door or pair of doors
Scuff-Tex panels are corrosion and rust resistant easily attached to an existing wall surface with drywall screws or similar fasteners. Standard dimensions available in 36" (914mm) and 48" (1219mm) widths and lengths up to 120" (3048mm). Nominal thickness is 1/8" (3.2mm).
Last Update: 2017-02-03