Arab Union Glass Company offers bulletproof glass at the cheapest price in Egypt. Bulletproof glass is used to protect against bullets fired with the aim of direct harm or sabotage. So it requires double protection against this type of attack.
What is bulletproof glass?
Bulletproof glass looks exactly like a regular sheet of glass, but it certainly differs completely from ordinary glass in many features. Resistant glass is able to withstand the impact of several layers of lead, and it depends on the thickness of the lead and the caliber of the lead, so the lead will not be able to penetrate it immediately. It takes a large number of bullets to be completely destroyed.
How is bulletproof glass manufactured?
Bulletproof glass is manufactured in the Arab Union Glass Factory in several stages, these stages come as follows:
Manufacture of raw materials: They are the materials used in the manufacture of glass against lead, and the most important of these materials is polycarbonate material that is resistant to rapid shocks, and another liquid material capable of transforming into a mold that prevents the penetration of lead, and this process does not take more than a fraction of a second.
Manufacturing methods: The manufacturing method differs according to the material involved. If the lamination is made of polycarbonate, then the glass will be in the form of layers of this material in addition to the normal glass material.
Test: At this stage, the glass is exposed to several types of weapons, such as the ivory pistol, and explosive devices, to see the extent of the impact of severe shocks on this type of glass.
Glass weight: The weight of the glass is a very important issue in the manufacturing process, especially when laminating cars. The windshield of a four-wheel drive Mercedes, for example, is on the ninth degree of lamination and weighs nearly 200 pounds.
The importance of lead resistant glass
Bulletproof glass has many advantages as it is used for:
Windows of cars, trains, planes, and glass fronts.
Military industries, astronomical sciences, and outer space research.
Banks, money transport cars, jewelry stores, gold or other valuable goods as types of expensive furs and valuable items.
Museums and gold shops, large and small. G
Bulletproof glass is characterized by being a multi-layer of glass and resins, which has very great strength and durability; Because the thickness of the glass is very large compared to normal glass, and this type of glass has exactly the same characteristics as triplex glass in the ability to vary the colors required when manufacturing, as well as transparency, and clarity of vision as well.
Types of bulletproof glass
The types of bulletproof glass differ according to the request and the type of weapon required for protection; There are anti-light weapons, rifles, and various calibers of weapons, even heavy bullets that are used in RPGs and grenades, knowing that this type of glass is subjected to many tests in approved centers and armed forces centers to ensure that it is not permeable to or penetrated by bullets.
How does bulletproof glass work?
When a bullet is fired at bulletproof glass, it penetrates the outer layer of the glass, but the polycarbonate glass material it is made of absorbs most of the bullet's energy and distributes its impact significantly; Because the kinetic energy of the bullet was completely drained; Therefore, you will not be able to leave the final layer of glass, which means that the glass has protected the target to be protected, and prevented the bullet from penetrating it.