How do I put ACE 300 Series laminates in a project specification? Part 2. Documenting threat levels.

How do I put ACE 300 Series laminates in a project specification? Part 2. Documenting threat levels.
May 4, 2017 Ian Sterne

You will wish to document clearly the threat level your client wishes to meet and mitigate.

Essentially, there are three levels of threats clients seek to protect themselves with when using ACE security laminates. These are:

  • Burglary / aggressive forced entry
  • Bomb blast / IED protection
  • Ballistic threats

ACE 200 Series SL09 or 300 Series SL14 security laminates provide excellent protection from forced entry, burglary and bomb blast / IED threats. Both products have been used extensively for these threats by clients including embassies, major corporations, government agencies, retailers, schools and homeowners.

In terms of relative strength, ACE 300 Series SL14 is approximately 50% stronger than the 200 Series SL09. ACE can advise on strategies and approaches which will help clients meet their goals in the most cost-effective way. Call us during North American business hours at 888-607-000 or 613-237-0000 to discuss your needs with one of our engineers.

Regarding ballistic threats, ACE 300 Series laminates can be applied in a customized manner to mitigate a variety and range of threats. In specifying threat levels, you will ideally wish to cite a recognized standard such as the UL-752 or NIJ 0108.01 ballistic standard.

Also, you will wish to note that ACE security laminates work in conjunction with the base glass to form an overall ballistic-resistant glass-laminate assembly. As such, the composition of the base glass is an important factor in determining the level of ballistic resistance that can be attained.

Call us during North American business hours at 888-607-000 or 613-237-0000 to discuss your needs with one of our engineers.

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