In buildings like banks, embassies and police stations, an extreme level of protection is needed to ensure the safety of people within. Our BulletGuard™ range delivers just that.Our lightweight BulletGuard™ range protects from the threat of firearm attacks – as you have probably already guessed. What makes it extra special is that it also delivers excellent daylight transmission and clarity. So you can still enjoy the very best of natural light entering your space.
Safety & Security
BulletGuard™ provides resistance to defined attack levels under the Australian and New Zealand Standard AS/NZS2343. The range is also customisable to specific threat levels and applications, to help ensure your safety.
Get the look You Want
BulletGuard™ offers design expertise through life durability and high visual quality, it also maintains visual integrity even after attack.
BulletGuard™ offers a lightweight option, which is ideal for many situations where bullet resistant glass is needed – especially in armoured and defence vehicles.
The range comprises of multiple compositions of glass, highly specialised scratch resistant polycarbonates, polyurethane, security interlayers and security films.
Tested & Certified
The range is tested & certified to AS/NZS 2343 standards.
- Used in banks and payroll institutes, embassies and government offices, police stations, high profile public buildings, armoured and special defence vehicles
- Maximum Size: 2000 x 1000mm
- Please consult with Viridian Technical Services to discuss specific requirements for BulletGuard applications
The BulletGuard range of products are multiple compositions consisting of glass, highly specialised scratch resistant polycarbonates, polyurethane, specifically developed security interlayers and security films.
The components used in the manufacture of BulletGuard products retain a high level of light transmission and a high degree of visual integrity following an attack.
BulletGuard products retain a high degree of visual integrity following an attack.
|Attack level||Weapon and calibre||Ammunition||Range||Number of strikes||Weight (kg/m² ) approx.|
|G0/G1||Handgun||10.2g soft point||3m||3||57.84|
|357 Magnum||semi-jacketed, flat nose|
|G2||Handgun||15.6g soft point||3m||3|
|44mm Magnum||semi-jacketed, flat nose||70.36|
|SI||Shotgun 12 gauge||12 gauge 70mm 28.35g single slug||3m||2||93.40|
|Rl||Rifle 5.56mm||M 193 5.56||10m||3||120.73|
|3.6g||3.6 ful metal case||120.73|
|R2||Rifle 7.62mm||NATO standard 7.62mm 9.3g full metal case||10m||3||120.73|
|Notes: Chart based on Standards. The standard defines three broad attach level categories: 1. "G" Resistant to handgun attach. 2. "S" Resistant to shotgun attach. 3. "R" Resistant to rifle attack. R1. Rifle 5.56mm S1. Shotgun 12 gauge G2. Handgun 44 magnum R2. Rifle 7.62mm.|