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Ballistic Steel Plates

Ballistic steel plates are an extremely durable material which has been specifically designed for protection from high-velocity projectiles and explosions. Their chemical composition comprises hardened materials such as manganese boron alloy and tempered martensitic steel, making them incredibly tough. During manufacturing, a special heat-treating procedure is used to ensure that it remains durable and can resist penetration from bullets or explosives even when impacted with incredible force. It is also highly resistant to corrosion and fire damage, adding to its impressive resiliency against hazards. Ballistic Steel Plates are the material of choice for those seeking ultra-high protection that other materials cannot match.

Ballistic steel plates are ideal for defensive structures such as armored vehicles, vaults, and safe rooms. This material combines strength, hardness, and toughness to provide superior ballistic protection against various calibers. The steel is also lightweight and easy to work with, allowing for easy installation. It is corrosion-resistant to survive in a harsh environment without deteriorating as quickly as other materials. Additionally, ballistic steel plates have a very low magnetic signature, making them difficult to detect with magnetometers or other detection systems used by authorities. Thanks to their unique properties, ballistic steel plates are an ideal choice when it comes to protective measures against bullets and explosions.

FAQ's for Ballistic Steel Plates

Ballistic steel plates are available in sizes ranging from 0.125” to 4” thick, with widths of up to 72” and lengths of up to 144” in rare cases.

Ballistic steel plates can be used for a variety of applications, such as body armour and personal protection equipment. They are also often utilized in the defence industry to make protective vehicles, military infrastructure and high-security buildings.

Ballistic steel plates typically have a pressure rating of at least 3000 lbs. per sq. inch, achieving higher ratings depending on the grade and construction of the plate itself.

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