Architectural Armour's Bullet Resistant Door Viewer enables you to maintain the ballistic integrity of your security door whilst offering a 170 degree field of vision in it's standard version.
Historically security door manufacturers have been limited to either installing a bullet resistant observation window/vision panel, which is not always appropriate, or compromising the doors security by installing a non ballistic rated viewer.
Our Bullet Resistant Door Viewer has been successfully and independently tested to single shot parameters with the following ballistic levels achieved; EN1063 BR3, BR4, BR5, BR6, BR7, SG1 and NIJ 0108.01 levels II, IIIA and III.
The door viewer is constructed from high grade stainless steel and premium grade commercial optics, which give a crisp, clear 170 degree angle of vision.
It's fully adjustable to suit varying door (or wall) thicknesses from 25mm thick and upwards. The standard product fits doors between 50mm and 60mm. A spacer ring is supplied to accommodate doors with thickness between 25mm and 49mm. By special order the viewer can also be modified for door and wall thicknesses above 60mm.
The photo below shows viewers with spacers of varying sizes to accommadate fitting into doors of below 50mm thick
The photo below shows a viewer with inner body extension of varying sizes to accommadate fitting into doors or walls of above 60mm thick
To find out more information on our range of viewers, including pricing, please contact our Technical Team on +44(0) 1981 257000 or mailto:email@example.com
The Photo below shows standard ballistic door viewers.
The photo below shows our range of door viewers after single shot testing.
We can modify our viewers to meet customer needs, for example machining down outer bodies for use in sliding doors or simply changing the colour.
Architectural Armour offer a range of bullet resistant products to different standards, please click the relevant link below to find out more;
Bullet Boards A selection of ballistic grade walling sheets
Bullet Resistant Transaction Window Exterior / Interior Bullet Resistant Window with Electronic Speech , Ticket Window
Night Pay Window / Hatch A flat fronted Transaction Window with opening drawer, typically uses Petrol Stations and Pharmacies
BR6 Guard House Transaction Window Flat fronted Ballistic Window with opening drawer for document transfer.
All of the above can also be manufactured in bespoke sizes.
Bullet Resistant Doors A range of fully tested and certified ballistic single and double doors.
Blast Resistant Doors Steel manufactured doors offering blast protection to buildings
Bullet Resistant Glass Bulletpproof / Resistant Armoured glass to resist from handguns to rifles
Ballistic and Blast Guard Houses Modular New Build or Upgrading existing. EN1522/3 FB2 to FB7 , NIJ 0108.01 LII to IV UL 752
Armoured Shipping Containers Converted & Armoured New Containers to provide ballistic refuge in case of attack
Panic Rooms Modular or Certified wall, Window and Doors
Security Counters and Screens Physical, Ballistic or Blast Resistant Counters for any application to keep staff secure
Ballistic Vents/Louvres Bespoke products designed to allow passage of air whilst offering bullet and blast protection
Armoured Steel Ballistic grade steel for incorporation into walls and other security products
Bullet Resistant Windows A range of ballistic rated windows manufactured to quality standard ISO 9001.
EN 1063 Glass in Building - Security Glazing - Testing and Classification of Resistance Against Bullet Attack
UL 752 Standard for Bullet-Resisting Equipment
BS 5051 Bullet-resistant glazing - Part 1: for interior use- Part 2: for Exterior use
NIJ 0108.01 US National Institute of Justice Standard-Test and Certification for Ballistic Resistant Materials
EN 1522/3 Windows, doors, shutters and blinds - Bullet resistance - Requirements and classification /Test method
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Architectural Armour were commissioned to provide ballistic resistant products for a new armoury at a UK International Airport.
We read it all the time in the news headlines, multiple attackers arrive on stolen mopeds, dressed in black with helmets covering their faces smashing their way through glass shopfronts and glazed screens.