Bullet Resistant Fixed Window

Model AWB Metal Window

Armored Vision Window

Quick Specs

Glass Seal:
Conventional Neoprene Glazing

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Bullet Resisting:

Assemblies are listed by Underwriters Laboratories,Inc. (UL) as being bullet resisting assemblies in compliance with Standard for Safety-UL 752, Bullet-Resisting Equipment for the following threat levels:

  • UL Level 1
  • UL Level 2
  • UL Level 3
  • UL Level 4
  • UL Level 5
  • UL Level 6
  • UL Level 7
  • UL Level 8
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Desired threat level must be specified at time of placement of order.

 
Applications:

Armored Vision Windows provide transparent security for interior and exterior installations such as:

  • Guard Houses
  • Embassies
  • Control Rooms
  • Cashier Areas
  • Ballistic protected areas requiring direct visual contact

 

 
Opaque Armor:

Vision Window frames are formed from bullet-resisting steels and are suitably reinforced as required to meet UL test criteria. The frame profile is a 2" x 5 1/2" single rabbet with an applied glazing stop on the protected side.

 
Transparent Armor:

The unit can be supplied with UL Listed bullet-resisting glazing of appropriate thickness and type to meet the specified ballistic rating. If included, transparent armor is not glazed at the factory. It and the frame are shipped in separate cartons for each installation.The necessary gaskets and attachment screws are provided for seating transparent armor into the framing. Glazing is the responsibility of the installer.

 
Finish:

Four standard frame finishes are available and must be specified at the time of order. These are:

  • Prime painted on both the interior and exterior sides of frame.
  • Satin stainless steel on both the interior and exterior sides of frame.
  • Satin stainless steel on exterior (public) side of frame, the interior (secure) frames is prime painted.
  • Satin stainless steel on the interior (secure) side of frame, the exterior (public) side is prime painted.
 
Installation:

The opaque portion (frame) is shipped in crating with all necessary anchors. The unit is provided with either adjustable masonry anchors to insert between masonry joints as a wall is built or anchor bolts and shields for installation in pre-built opening. Frames are prepunched at factory to receive anchor bolts when a bolt-in unit is specified.