ForensisGroup bulletproof products expert witnesses work in ballistic protection designing and testing mats, backpacks, vests and body armor, and glass.
Bullet resistant glass (BRG) is designed to withstand several shots based on the thickness of the glass and the weapon being used. Monolithic acrylic is used in many situations, but for greater security, layered polycarbonate (another softer thermoplastic, capable of catching and holding a bullet) or glass-clad polycarbonate, which is composed of laminated layers of tempered glass and polycarbonate may be used. The latter can stop multiple gunshots from an assault rifle and withstand hurricane-force winds.
Bulletproof vests typically are made from Kevlar, but higher levels of security require rigid plates made from ceramics or polyethylene.
Our experts are chemical engineers who design and manufacture bulletproof products. They consult on the use of bulletproof glass security for military bases, port of entry checkpoints, government facilities, embassies, and police stations. Some are involved in research and development applying the latest materials and production methods to create bulletproof or bullet resistant glass products.
We also have experts who have been sales representatives, project estimators, engineers, draftsmen, craftsmen, and installers in the bulletproof product industry.
Our experts assist in cases of patent infringement, products liability, and security.
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