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Armoring Kit, Ballistic Steel for Armored Car Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Series
Our Vehicle Armoring Solutions use Tested and Certified Materials which undergo BALLISTIC RESISTANCE TESTS by world's famous Blast Test Labortories.
Opaque Armoring using Certified Ballistic Steel, Cut to Size 3mm
to 14.8mm. Ready to install on vehicle, Featuring One Piece ABC
Pillar, One Piece Windshield Frame, Large ballistic door frame
overlaps, Roof, Floor, Fire Wall, Bulk Head, Vehicle Battery and ECM
protection, Steel case fuel tank protection, Engine bay flank armor
protection. Complete 360 Protection. 1. Five sided
armoring of passenger compartment using certified ballistic steel
plating to defeat high powered fire. 2.
Floor is fitted with steel blast protection to
protect occupants against fragmentation from simultaneous detonation
of 2 DM51 German ordnance hand grenades or equivalent. 3.
Armoring included on kick panels, front fenders, rear wheel wells,
firewall, A, B, and C door pillars and posts. 4.
Roof also armored to level B6 at 90degree
angle shots. 5.
Armor consists of welded certified ballistic grade steel construction.
6. Best designed materials and installation
techniques are used which permit a significant reduction in cost to
the client while maintaining our improving structural integrity and
ballistic resistance level. 7. The interior
frame, constructed of certified ballistic grade steel, provides
overlap and backup protection for the large
surface principal impact areas such as the doors and windows. It also
reinforces the structural integrity of the pillars and other areas
that are typically ignored or poorly Armored by other manufacturers.
8. Vehicle armoring is constructed in such a way as
to ensure that a projectile following a linear or angled path shall
not enter the vehicle interior without contacting the armor
material. In addition to this, the possibility of a projectile
entering the vehicle interior due to a ricochet from the armor shall
also be minimized.