Bullet Resistant Panels
Most customers mistakenly believe that Bullet Resistant wall armor is called Kevlar. In
fact customers often refer to Bullet Resistant fiberglass panels as bullet board, wall armor, safe room material, Kevlar panels, bulletproof wall panels, or just bulletproof materials.
Bullet resistant Fiberglass is the best choice for wall armor. It’s a fraction of the cost of Kevlar panels or any other bullet resistant materials for walls and is the most commonly used product in the bulletproof industry to protect any surface that is not a window. It’s the foundational building material for the Bulletproof industry.
Common uses for Bullet resistant wall armor / bullet resistant fiberglass panels are the following:
Residential Safe Rooms – Executive Safe Rooms –Safe Room Kits - Embassy wall Armor – School Security or Classroom wall armor – Bank Teller counters – judges Benches- Hospital security – Gas Stations/Convince stores – Government Buildings – Military Bases – and Check Cashing Stores.
If you are looking for Bullet proof panels or wall armor panels please call us now so we can help you, (888)358-2309. We stock Bullet resistant fiberglass panels and can normally ship them out same day / next day. We also can fabricate and install bulletproof panels and other bullet resistant products anywhere in the U.S. with fast lead times and excellent service.
Maxguard is the brand of choice when Bullet Resistant Wall Armor is needed. Maxguard is the only choice when it comes to Safe Rooms, Military, or high level corporate security wall armor. The reason is that Maxguard is not only a bulletproof panel used for bullet resistant protection for walls, it is also Fire Rated to the highest level and produces no toxic smoke in the event of a fire. It is also a green product and it qualifies for LEED points.
So if you desire the best wall armor protection, Maxguard is the choice.
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to speak with a customer service specialist to answer your technical questions, and assist you with your order.
If you are looking for a bullet resistant Panel to provide any type of wall protection or to protect a counter or judges bench or to protect a school or classroom wall, chances are you are looking for Bullet resistant fiberglass panels. This is the choice of the Financial institutions, Government, Military, High level Corporate Security and the wall armor material used for commercial and residential safe rooms.
Architects routinely specify Maxguard for ballistic protection in public areas such as courtrooms and banks.
Product Specification Table
|Product||UL-752 Performance Level Standard||NIJ 0108.01 Performance Level Standard||
|MX-G1||Level 1||9mm||124 gr lead||FMJ||1175 ft./sec.||1/4"|
|MX-G2||Level 2||.357 mag||158 gr lead||JSP||1250 ft./sec.||11/32"|
|Type IIA||.357 mag||158 gr lead||JSP||1250 ft./sec.||11/32"|
|9mm||124 gr lead||FMJ||1090 ft./sec.||11/32"|
|MX-G3||Level 3||.44 mag||240 gr lead||SWC/GC||1350 ft./sec.||7/16"|
|Type II||.357 mag||158 gr lead||JSP||1395 ft./sec.||7/16"|
|9mm||124 gr lead||FMJ||1175 ft./sec.||7/16"|
|Type IIIA||.44 mag||240 gr lead||SWC/GC||1400 ft./sec.||7/16"|
|9mm||124 gr lead||FMJ||1400 ft./sec.||7/16"|
|MX-G4||Level 4||.30 cal||180 gr lead||LSP||2450 ft./sec.||1-3/16"|
|MX-G5||Level 5||Type III||7.62mm||150 gr lead||FMJ||2750 ft./sec.||1-3/16"|
|MX-G8||Level 8||Type III||7.62mm||150 gr lead||FMJ||2750 ft./sec||1-3/8"|
FMJ = full metal jacket; GC = gas-checked; JSP = jacketed soft point; LSP = lead soft point; SWC = semi-wadcutter
Bullet Resistant Specifications
LEED Point Qualified Product
- Class 1-A fire/smoke-rated Bullet Resistant Fiberglass Panels
Maxguard Gold is one of the only commercially available Class 1-A fire-rated Bullet resistant materials that meets both Bullet Resistant and Fire Resistant Standards. MaxGuard is being used in commercial, government, School structures, Hospitals, wherever ballistic protection is desired, while complying with numerous federal and state flame and smoke protection regulations. MaxGuard provides greater security and protection in walls, doors, counters, or other applications, as compared to polyester-based ballistic laminates. The difference is that MaxGuard Gold will not burn and does not produce toxic smoke when exposed to the threat of fire. As we are aware, fire is normally present in large scale violent events, so it’s imperative to choose a bullet resistant product that is safe in the event of a fire.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.
Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions.
LEED is flexible enough to apply to all building types – commercial as well as residential. It works throughout the building lifecycle – design and construction, operations and maintenance, tenant fitout, and significant retrofit. And LEED for Neighborhood Development extends the benefits of LEED beyond the building footprint into the neighborhood it serves.
LEED provides a point system to score green building design and construction. The system is categorized in five basic areas: Sustainable Sites, Water Efficiency, Energy and Atmosphere, Materials and Resources, and Indoor Environmental Quality. Buildings are awarded points based on the extent various sustainable strategies are achieved.
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Modular saferoom kits available
Modular saferoom kits available
Customized Judges Benches
Burn test: Maxguard Gold Phenolic Resin Fiberglass did not combust. Only minor carbon scoring is visible.
Burn test: Unlike Maxguard Gold Phenolic resin fiberglass, the more common polyester fiberglass does burn, as well as produce noxious smoke.
VIDEO: Burn Test MaxGuard Phenolic Fiberglass
VIDEO: Burn Test Polyester Fiberglass
VIDEO: Maxguard Phenolic fiberglass being shot with 9mm rounds. Note: none of the bullets went through.