Ballistics, Blast, Assault Resistance & Forced Entry Performance
Minimize risk to human safety by conducting threat resistance testing on your building products
Defend against all types of potential attacks and learn how your building materials react in the event of potential destruction.
As one of three labs approved by the Department of State for Forced Entry and Ballistics Resistance, our Security Research Center has everything you need to guarantee the safety and security of your building products.
Ballistic Resistance Testing
Supporting Aerospace and Defense Industries with Custom PPE Testing
We deliver a full range of military PPE testing services to support your needs. Our services support commercial industries as well as the activities and programs of many branches of the U.S. military, including the Department of Defense, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, and the Department of Homeland Security. From materials testing to environmental performance and explosives testing, our extensive ballistic resistance evaluation services provide the assurance you need to capture new markets and deliver peace of mind to your customers.
- Personal Armor
- Vehicle Armor
- Transparent Armor
- Fragment simulating projectiles
- Experimental ammunition
Confirm your products keep people safe from all manner of external threats, such as potential terrorist activity and other acts of violence.
Determine the level of bullet resistance of your glazing, windows, or doors using our indoor ballistic range and 10 interchangeable barrels.
Protect against flying and falling glass and related shrapnel. Since 75% of damage and injury from a blast is due to airborne debris, building codes continue to require higher levels of blast resistance.
Demonstrate your products ability to withstand simulated breaking and entering. The Concentrated Assault Test is conducted by a team of 6 men using various tools in an attempt to penetrate your system.
Which types of products benefit from Assault Resistance testing?
- Pneumatic Shock Tube
- Explosive Shock Tube
- High Speed Cameras
- Daq Systems
- Single Span Chambers
- Twin Span Chamber
- Concrete Chamber
- Universal Receiver with Assorted Barrels
- Chronograph with Infrared Ballistic Screens
- Tools and Active Personnel