Ballistic protection

A bulletproof vest, ballistic vest or bullet-resistant vest is an item of personal armor that helps absorb the impact from firearm-fired projectiles and shrapnel from explosions, and is worn on the torso. Soft vests are made from many layers of woven or laminated fibers and can be capable of protecting the wearer from small-caliber handgun and shotgun projectiles, and small fragments from explosives such as hand grenades.

Level protection Standard 0101.05
Level II bullet proof vest will defeat handgun rounds up to the .357 Magnum range, 9 mm FMJ
(Full Metal Jacket) at ~1,090 fps (332 mps)
Level III a vests effectively defeat rounds at the 9mm sub-machine gun and. 44 Magnum levels
(Full Metal Jacket).
Level IV protection is generally provided by inserting hard-armour plates into vest pockets in front of soft-armour ballistic panels. effectively defeat rounds 7.62 X 51 mm / 5.56×45 mm NATO.

Standards additionally define levels of protection against knife, slashing, and spike weapons.
A KR1+SP1 vest will defeat many attacks by knives with engineered blades, spiked weapons, and hypodermic needles.
The KR2+SP2 vest is designed to deter the same types of weapons, but in “high risk” environments, with up to 33 Joules force exerted.

Materials
Para-Aramids

Extremely strong and heat resistant, aramids are a class of synthetic fibres pioneered by DuPont™ in the early 1960s. DuPont™’s meta-aramid Nomax® was supplanted by the para-aramid, Kevlar® in 1973, which revolutionized the body armour industry. In particular, para-aramid materials introduced inherent flexibility and lightweight properties that allowed the development of vests comfortable to the wearer, yet hard wearing and highly protective. Kevlar® and Twaron® are para-aramid materials commonly utilized in bullet proof vests, and have been on the market for three decades.

The chemistry involved in creating aramids typically involves the formation of an AABB polymer through a reaction between carboxylic group and an amine group molecules. Spun together with sulfuric acid, the blended liquid becomes solid and can be marketed in pulp, powder, or fiber form.

Since its development in the early 1970s, Kevlar® production has been refined significantly. The initial Kevlar® 29 was innovative in allowing the manufacture of protective panels that combined flexibility with concealability. The result was a lightweight product that people were comfortable wearing on an everyday basis. In 1988 DuPont™ developed Kevlar® 129 for body armor use, a product that was significantly lighter than its predecessor and had improved ballistic resistance capacities. Kevlar® 129 was even able to resist high-velocity rounds from guns such as the 9mm FMJ. Kevlar® Correctional is the most recently released version of Kevlar®. Introduced in 1995, it protects against knife and other weapon threats, and has led to the production of multi-threat vests that can halt both bullet and stab attacks.

Ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene

Known as UHMWPE, ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene is another common ballistic panel material that is present in a variety of body armor products. With characteristics similar to para-aramids, UHMWPE is a polyolefin composed of extremely long polyethylene chains. There are several techniques of creating UHMWPE, including compression molding and ram extrusion. For the purposes of body armor  production, UHMWPE is formed through gel-spinning, which involves creating a gel material by drawing dissolved ethylene through a number of tiny holes. With twin pieces of gel sealed under polyethylene film, a composite is generated that can be manufactured into soft armour ballistic panels, or rigid plates of hard armour. With research demonstrating that UHMWPE strength-to-weight ratios are as much as 40 percent higher than para-aramid fibres, UHMWPE-based body armour made from Spectra® and Dyneema® is increasingly associated with high-end models.
 
CoolMAX®

Utilizing advanced moisture management technologies, CoolMAX® material has thin and lightweight properties that make its use common in many types of performance clothing. CoolMAX® is primarily used for covert vests covers, with the moisture wick system drawing sweat away from the wearer’s body and keeping the skin cool.

Cordura®

The high tenacity fiber technologies in Cordura® make it ideal for use in hard wearing products such as overt vests, which must stand up to the rigors of everyday use.

Gore-Tex®

Gore-Tex® combines waterproof qualities with breathability, and it’s a common technology in consumer products from backpacks to shoes. Gore-Tex® is particularly utilized in bullet proof vest covers worn by police officers throughout the world.

  • Concealable and Discreet Carrier
  • Soft Kevlar Armor Panels
  • Extremely Comfortable & Durable
  • Coolmax® Cooling System
  • Less than 2.5kg
  • Concealable Rifle Protection
  • Soft Kevlar Armor Panels
  • Includes SAPI Pockets
  • Lightweight & Breathable • Less than 2.5kg (without plates)
  • Ultra Contoured Fit
  • Front & Back SAPI Plate Pockets
  • Potential Hard & Soft Armor Fusion
  • Waterproof Material
  • Less than 3kg (without plates)
  • Cordura® Zip Carrier
  • Smallest Possible Carrier Design
  • Invisible Threat protection
  • Ultra Lightweight Protection
  • Made from 100% Coolmax® Material

Anti-Slash Clothing & Personal protection

Everyday items such as t-shirts, hooded tops and casual jackets are all available in a range of color suitable for both men and women., also suitable  Clothing for business men and women who may be traveling in vulnerable parts of the world.

Clothing  lined with Dupon  Kevlar® fibre to provide anti-slash protection as an added layer of security.
Ideal for both Police Officers and security personnel, they are worn by at risk users all over the world.
Most items available from stock and ready for immediate dispatch.

Clothing  lined is made out of our very own ultra-high cut-resistant fabric, Dupon  Kevlar® fibre
-offering absolutely outstanding, tested and certified levels of cut, abrasion and tear resistance.
All garments have been designed to offer the highest level of cut and slash protection,
covering the

  • Radial Artery,
  • Brachial Artery,
  • Carotid Artery,
  • Axillary Artery and/or Femoral Artery
  • effectively reducing the risk of rapid blood loss following an assault by an edged weapon

Products that we offer  are slash and bite  resistant fabric is made out of a combination of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) and other technical fibres weaved by special high-density knitting machines.

Material  that our partners use have  ISO 13997: 1999 Blade Cut Resistance Level 5 (the highest possible), EN 388:2003 Blade Cut Resistance Level 5 (the highest possible) and ASTM F-1790 Blade Cut Resistance Level 4.

Materials are  also a tear resistant material offering EN 388:2003 Tear Resistance Level 4   (the highest possible) and Abrasion Resistance Level 4 (the highest level possible).

It is being used by emergency services, prison officers, law enforcement professionals, public transport workers, social and health care operatives as well as in the private security industry.
It is also being used to protect those in the metal pressing and glass handling industries.
Clothing manufactured to this level of protection from slashing knife and blade attacks is also ideal for the general public who may feel at risk of attack during their day to day journeys or activities.
The material is suitable to be worn as a single top garment or concealed under other layers of clothing.

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High end clothing with ballistics protection

High end clothing with ballistics protection

Designed and produced in order to meet the specific needs of each of our users, creating customized solutions that fit perfectly with the needs and lifestyles of each individual.

Our fabric offers a very basic level of stab resistance subject to the width and thickness of a blade. The thicker and wider the blade the more stab resistance is offered.-
Our products are designed to offer an added layer of personal protection to the wearer.-