Flush doors, sliding doors, panel doors, windows, partitions, security booths
Do you know the difference between a ballistic door and a bullet-proof door? Ballistic doors are specially designed to withstand bullets and explosions. They are used by different institutions, but the main use is for buildings with higher security requirements with a protection level of FB2. In the range of bulletproof doors, we offer a levels of protection all the way up to FB7. If you need particularly high level of security, our selection includes suitable bulletproof doors, ballistic doors, facades, partitions.
About the product
Area of use
Prison, banks, archives, treasury doors, ammunition depots, ministries, institutes, etc.
Flush doors, sliding doors, panel doors, windows, security booths
Dimensions of the frame
Minimum dimensions: Project-based
Maximum dimensions: Project-based
Interior doors: polyester powder coating according to RAL/RR color catalogue
Exterior doors: zinc primer powder coating, polyester powder coating according to RAL/RR color catalogue
Project-based locking, according to the security class.
Level of protection
|Level of protection||Caliber||Speed (m/s)||Range||Ramor 500 (mm)||Ramor 550 (mm)||Ramor 600 (mm)|
|FB2||9mm Luger FJ/CB/SC||415±10||5||2.0|
|FB4||.44 Mag FJ/FN/SC||440±10||5||2.5|
7,62×51 NATO Ball
|FB7||7,62×51 NATO AP||820±10||10||14.5||13.0|