Ballistic Rated Doors

Ballistic Doors


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Our ballistic bullet resistant doors and pocket doors are custom built Ulitlizing steel and UL752 level 8 rated ballistic panels. All doors conform with UL 752 "Standard for Safety for Bullet Resisting Equipment" UL 752 Levels One through eight protect against a variety of small arms ranging from Super 38 Automatic through .44 Magnum Revolver 7.62 and up to NIJ IV. UL 752 rated Level 3 thru 8 ballistic doors with wood and metal coverings. Wood finish or powder coated steel fame and face plates. Locks may be ordered for specific entry requirements.
 

Pricing for Level 3 Ballistic (Bullet Resistant and wind rated FEMA 320 doors)

Custom built to opening 2 part compression frame, or single part frame with anchoring holes in frame. Depending on thickness of wall determines the type of frame would be the best.

UL 752 Level 3 Ballistic    Door with syle and rail wood finish overlayed over both sides.Bullet Resistant Door Assembly using a two part frame.
UL 752 Level 5-8 Ballistic Door Installed into existing opening in concrete filled cmu wall.
Ballistic door installed with biometric locking systemBullet Resistant door assembly using steel on both sides of ballistic fiberglass to extend strength of finished product.

Below are custom UL 752 levels 5-8 ballistic doors. Steel outer skin (powdercoated) laminated to UL 752 level 8 Ballistic panel. Doors were equipped with both mechanical and biometric thumprint locks with key backup. Ball bearing hinges. Frame is heavy duty doors weigh in @ 600 lbs. but opens easily using ball bearing hinges. Roton hinges available.

Protection from forced entry All Level 4 + AR15, M16, 7.62X51 Fall, 7.62X63 NATO, 5.56X45 NATO SS109

Includes two part frame and biometric or keyless pushbutton locks. Bullet resistant doors are great protection from firearms assault and hostile entry. Many of our doors use ballistic armor (where applicable).

 

Mechanical pushbutton lock installed in Ballistic doorBiometric lock installed.Bullet Resistant Door located into residence. Concrete Tunnel to be added  for entry into bomb shelter.Ballistic door showing biometric lock with key backup installed.Installed bullet resitant doorTwo part frame door

We can design and build you a door that will stop 7.62 NATO and similar rounds like in the video below.

 

 

UL TEST RESULTS (Panels without steel lamination)- LEVELS 5,6,7,8

TEST RECORD NO. 3 SAMPLES: Samples of Level 5, -Level 6, -Level 7 and -Level 8 material rated for Level 5, Level 6,, Level 7 and Level 8, respectively, were submitted by the manufacturer and subjected to the following test program.

BALLISTICS TEST: General - The ammunition used for the investigation was:

Level 5, Level 8 - 150 grain (9.7 g) 7.62 mm rifle lead core full metal copper jacket, military ball, minimum velocity 2750 fps (838 mps).

Level 6 - 124 grain (8.0 g) 9 mm full metal copper jacket with lead core, minimum velocity of 1400 fps (427 mps).

Level 7 - 55 grain (3.56 g) 5.56 mm rifle full metal copper jacket with lead core, minimum velocity of 3080 fps (939 mps).

All tests were conducted at close range, approximately 15 ft (4.6 m), using the ammunition and weapon specified. The test samples were mounted in a rigidly fixed frame, with 1/8 in. (3.2 mm) thick corrugated cardboard indicator panels placed approximately 18 in. (467 mm) behind the protected side of each test sample. During the test, each bullet velocity was monitored and recorded.

The Level 5 samples were subjected to a 1-shot pattern. The 1-shot pattern consists of a single shot in the approximate center of the test sample. With this shot pattern, there shall be no penetration of the projectile through the test sample, nor spalling of the material on the protected side of the test sample, to the extent that fragments embed in or damage the cardboard indicators.

The Level 6, 7 and 8 samples were subjected to a 5-shot pattern. The 5-shot pattern consists of five shots placed in a square pattern that is 4-1/2 by 4-1/2 in. (114 mm) located in the center of the test sample. With this shot pattern, there shall be no penetration of the projectile through the test sample, nor spalling of the material on the protected side of the test sample, to the extent that fragments embed in or damage the cardboard indicators.

OUTDOOR RATING(LEVEL 5 ONLY): METHOD Three samples were subjected to various ambient conditions. One sample at room temperature, 22 C (72 F), one sample after exposure to a temperature of 49C (120F) for a period of 3 h to the complete sample, and one sample after exposure to -32C (-25F) to the side receiving the shots for a period of 3 h were subjected to the 1-shot pattern. The samples were tested immediately following the exposure to the indicated temperature conditions. The velocity of each bullet was recorded during the test. RESULTS Acceptable results were recorded for all shot patterns at all ambient conditions as outlined above.

 

 


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All doors are built to customers specific opening and locking type. Wood finish available.

Pocket doors with electric actuators available. Frames included with doors

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