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Armoring Protection Levels

 

There are multiple internationally accepted standards which define levels of protection, including the US National Institute of Justice Standard: (NIJ 0108-01), the EuroNorm Standard: (EN1063) and US Underwriter Laboratories Standard: (UL)

MAA armors vehicles to meet NIJ and Euronorm standards, due to their acceptance in the US and most places worldwide. We offer four levels of ballistic protection to meet client needs. Armouring levels range from low-level handgun protection to ultra-high-level armor-piercing rifle protection. MAA can produce vehicles suitable for low risk areas like the United States and Canada and also for high-risk areas like Eastern Europe, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

It is important that one understands real and potential threats before selecting the level of armoring necessary to defeat these threats. An MAA expert will help you determine which level of armoring fits your security needs best.

 

 

Abbreviations:
AP = Armor Piercing (Special Core); CB = Coned Bullet; FMJ = Full Metal (Copper) Jacket; FN = Flat Nose; HC1 = Steel Hard Core Mass; PB = Pointed Bullet; RN = Round Nose ; SC = Soft Core (Lead); SCP1 = Soft Core (Lead & Steel Penetrator)