Armor Specifications

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February 25, 2017
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Ballistics Chart:

While Mega Engineering Ballistics Chart incorporate as much lightweight armor as possible, high-hardened ballistic steel is still applicable in certain areas of the vehicle. All steel incorporated into the armoring process is milled using a special chemical composition that ensures ballistic integrity and maximizes Brinell hardness.
Mega constantly striving to upgrade our technology to provide better protection and quality while adding as little weight as possible to the vehicle. Mega works closely with industry giants on new armoring technologies.

The European standards EN 1522 / EN 1063 specified 7 levels of protection: B1 to B7.
A lot of confusion exists because of the introduction of the new standards. The point is that the most popular protection class for civil vehicles – B6 became VPAM 7 and another widespread protection class – B7 – became VPAM 9.
Сlass B1 and B2 are rarely used in armoring a security vehicle. Class B2 can withstand a 9 mm,. 38 of special and lesser rounds what will lead to slowing down bullets from weapons of larger calibers. Class B3 can withstand .357 Magnum rounds or lesser threats, and Class B4 can withstand a.44 Magnum rounds or lesser threats. The scale starts separating at this point. B5 is capable of withstanding a .357 Magnum at 5 meters and B6 7,62 x 39 rounds from Kalashnikov rifle.
Starting from B6 which is a relatively high level of security and above the armor is designed to stop some serious threats such as threats ranging from 7.62х51 (.308) up to 30.06 AP (Armor Piercing) and Penetrator rounds. Some sedans are rated at B4 or B5 protection level which can provide adequate protection against certain threats. Usually security vehicles such as SUV’s are armored for different reasons like being a police car or ambulance and can provide a B5, B6 or B7 level of protection. For example, police type trucks are often designed to defeat .50 caliber rounds. Concerning vehicles with B5, B6, B7 level of protection – they are very resistant to explosions, for example our Aurum Security vehicles which are designed to defeat such threats as road side and suicide bombs.

The correspondence of these levels to the 7 levels of EN 1522 / EN 1063 is shown in the table below:

ISO Certifications:

Composite materials are traditionally regarded as materials that can save energy in large structures associated with transport. They are used to produce lightweight structures for fuel-efficient aircraft such as the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner; lightweight cars from Lotus, Ferrari and TVR; and high-speed trains, speedboats, and racing yachts. Now, however, some of the most interesting applications of composites are those where the materials are used to save lives and protect property by absorbing the energy of projectiles, impacts, and crashes.
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MEGA have knowledge, skills and financial backing to take on even the largest of military contracts.

Backed by stringent quality controls, proven manufacturing systems and world-class certifications that meet the highest standards of safety. We are especially proud of our recent VPAM-BRV 2009/VR7 Ballistic ERV 2010 Blast Certification, which we received for both our Toyota Land Cruiser and our Toyota Hilux armoring solutions / ISO Certifications;

Glass Certification, offering true multi-hit protection.  Premium interior comes with hard-spall layer to prevent fragments/shards from penetrating the passenger compartment in the event of an attack.  All glass certification, features excellent ballistic protection and superior optical quality with very minimal distortion.

Glass Sample

H.P.White Glass Report(Page No:1)                    H.P. White Glass Report (pg. 2)                  Glass Sample After TestingArmor Specification
Blastic Certifications of the Glass
# Certification Date Commercial name Code Ballistic Standard Thickness (mm) Caliber
1 HPWLI 000004989A 28-oct-15 15 01990120 NIJ-STD-0108.01 LEVEL IIIA (Modif.450) 15.36 44 Magnum, 240 grain, SWCGC, 9mm, 124 grain, FMJ
2 HPWLI 000001012 07-jun-13 17 01990331 NIJ-STD-0108.01 LEVEL IIIA 19.12 .44Magnum FMJ .240gr, 9mm Luger
3 OBL L2034-2036 31-jul-08 23 01990219 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR4 23.42 .44 Magnum FMJ/240gr
4 HPWLI 000006717A 08-mar-17 29 01990445 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR5 (Modif.) 30.32 Caliber 7.62X39mm, MSC, 123 grain
5 HPWLI 000007231B 08-may-17 33 01990466 DOS LEVEL C 34.88 7.62x39mm,123 gr MSC ammunition
6 2444-002-01-02-03 21-abr-14 38 01990364 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR6 38.88 7.62 x 51, 149 gr M80 FMJ
7 HPWLI 000005694 20-abr-16 42 01990198 NIJ-STD-0108.01 LEVEL III 41.88 7.62 Ball, 149 gr, M80
8 HPWLI 000002990A (A) HPWLI 000002990B (LT) HPWLI 000002990C (HT) 08-jul-14 42 01990371 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR6 43.43 7.62 x 51 149 gr, M80
9 OBL L2350-2352 14-ene-09 46 01990233 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR6 48.64 7.62 x 51 M80, Ball Steel
10 HPWLI 000007549 1-B 29-ago-17 53 01990478 0 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR7 (MODIF. a 54 NATO) 55.64 7.62mm, AP, M61, 150 gr ammunition
11 B-94-08 (A)(LT)(HT) 28-may-08 57 01990203 Stanag 2 59.78 7.62×39 API-BZ
12 HPWLI 000007576 11-sep-17 64 01990480 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR7 65.95 7.62mm, AP, M61, 150 gr ammunition
13 HPWLI 1268A 24-jul-13 66 01990324 ANSI/UL752-2005 LEVEL 10 (MODIF. a 370) 68.16 .50 Caliber M2 balL round 709 gr
14 HPWLI 000000894D 21-may-13 72 01990326 ANSI/UL752-2005 LEVEL 10 72.16 .50 Cal M2, BALL, 709 gr.
15 HPWLI 000002902 17-jun-14 75 01990367 CEN 1063 LEVEL BR7 75.66 7.62 X 51, 150 gr, AP, M61
16 HPWLI 000004427C (A) 02-jul-15 84.5 01990395 ANSI/UL752-2005 LEVEL 10 81.72 .50 Caliber, 709 gr, M2 Ball ammunition
17 B-113/1-08 23-jul-08 85 01990182 Stanag 3 87.54 20mm FSP
18 HPWLI 000001268B 24-jul-13 85 01990335 ANSI/UL752-2005 LEVEL 10 (Modif. 430) 88.68 .50 Caliber M2 balL
19 HPWLI 000000894C 21-may-13 95 01990327 ANSI/UL752-2005 LEVEL 10 97.60 .50 Cal M2, BALL, 709 gr.

Steel Certification:

The Steel Certification is Proved,Composite materials are traditionally regarded as materials that can save energy in large structures associated with transport. They are used to produce lightweight structures for fuel-efficient aircraft such as the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner; lightweight cars from Lotus, Ferrari and TVR; and high-speed trains, speedboats, and racing yachts. Now, however, some of the most interesting applications of composites are those where the materials are used to save lives and protect property by absorbing the energy of projectiles, impacts, and crashes.
While we incorporate as much lightweight armor as possible, high-hardened ballistic steel is still applicable in certain areas of the vehicle. All steel incorporated into the armoring process is milled using a special chemical composition that ensures ballistic integrity and maximizes Brinell hardness.

Steel Sample
H.P.White Steel Report(Page No:1)                  H.P. White Steel Report (pg. 2)            Steel Sample After Testing
Steel Certification

This 32,000-lb Cougar military vehicle has a V-shaped hull that can survive a 30-lb TNT blast, as well as MRAP armor panels that protect the six soldiers in the cab from gunfire. Source: U.S. Army

Steel Certification:
Mega Engineering Vehicle/TAG is backed by stringent quality controls, proven manufacturing systems and world-class certifications that meet the highest standards of safety. We are especially proud of our recent VPAM-BRV 2009/VR7 Ballistic ERV 2010 Blast Certification, which we received for both our Toyota Land Cruiser and our Toyota Hilux armoring solutions.

Ballistics Protection:

Mega Engineering Vehicle will Design and Engineer Ballistics Protection with the most advance technology in the world!
The most Advanced Ballistics Protection!

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