NIJ IIIA Ballistic Visor for Helmet
VEPLAS is one of the biggest ballistic visor / ballistic face shield / bulletproof helmet visor producer & manufacturer in EU.
VEPLAS bulletproof visor for helmet / ballistic face shield represents unique protection against multiple hits of ballistic threatsas well as fragmentation and blunt impact.
VEPLAS bulletproof visor for helmet / ballistic face shield is developed and manufactured in Slovenia (EU).
VEPLAS bulletproof visor for helmet / ballistic face shield is mostly used by police forces, military forces and arrest teams.
SALES of Ballistic / Face shield / Bulletproof NIJ IIIA visors: firstname.lastname@example.org
mob.: +386 51 418 255
VEPLAS NIJ IIIA ballistic visor main competitive advantages and mean features:
Material: transparent PMMA and POLYCARBONATE with interlayer
Optimal thickness of materials for extreme low weight (one of the world‘s lightest) and excellent ballistic protection which is permanently tested (NIJ 0108.01 LEVEL IIIA)
Extra clear visibility - no air-space between layers secures high light transmission (overall average transmittance at 400-800 nm is over 86%)
High performance laminated PC/PMMA
Very low distortion
Easy and competitive visor design adjustment
Large production capacity
Fragmentation protection level according STANAG 2920 V50 = 720 m/s
Optional - anti fog protection
Optional – anti scratch protection
|VISOR||TYPE||PROTECTION LEVEL acc. NIJ 0108.01||HEIGHT (mm)||RADIUS (mm)||WEIGHT (kg)||THICKNESS (mm)|
| VB1||Ballistic|| IIIA||166||122||1,4||19,5|
| VB2||Ballistic|| IIIA||142||122||1,15||19,5|
*All this specification and shape could be different and according customer drawings.
**We are able to produce new tools and new ballistic visor on request of the customer.
BALLISTIC TEST RESULTS
|Standard||NIJ 0108.01||Technishe Richtlinie|
|Test bullet||.44 MAG|
|Bullet weight (g)||15,6||8,0||8,0|
|Bullet velocity (m/s)||426 +/-15||426 +/- 15||415 +/- 10|
|Temp. 1||- 20°C||- 20°C||- 20°C|
|Temp. 2||+ 20°C||+ 20°C||+ 20°C|
|Temp. 3||+ 40°C||+ 50°C||+ 40°C|
|No of shots with ammo.||1||1||2|
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