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About bullet resistant glass

“Magistral Ltd” manufactures safety laminated glass according GoST P 51136-2008 of the following protection levels:

A1, A2, A3 are impact-resistant glass (safety glass which holds multiple hits of the free-falling body) protection levels. That glass installs to protect objects with material values inside (shops, restaurants, offices, working areas etc.).

B1, B2 are breakdown-resistant glass (safety glass which holds defined amount of axe back and blade hits) protection levels. That type of glass installs in storages, museum depositories, banks.

2CR, 3CR, 4CR, 5CR, 5aCR, 6CR, 6aCR are bullet resistant glass (safety glass that protects from firearms) protection levels. It gives human life protection in military zones. Also it guards interior authority employees in duty departments. That type of glass usually installs in special vehicles, banks, shooting galleries, jewelry stores as well.

Also our glass is certified by the Legal Verification and Certification Office for Weapons and Security Engineering (Germany, Ulm). We manufacture bullet resistant glass of BR 6 NS protection level in accordance with European Standard DIN EN 1063.


News
16.12.2019
Continuous RMRS certification
In December of 2019 tempered glass produced by Magistral LTD successfully passed tests according to the requirements of Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS). In addition to that we are the first and unique company in Russia successfully certified bullet resistant glasses according to the requirements of RMRS.
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04.11.2019
Ballistic tests of our glasses in Uzbekistan
In September 2019 Magistral representative took part in ballistic tests of our ballistic glasses performed in the shooting range located in Chirchik city, Uzbekistan. Within those tests our customer wanted to ensure ballistic performance of our glasses according to Бр4, Бр5 and Бр6 (partially) protection levels of 30826-2014 interstate standard.
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