AMBICO bullet resistant steel overhead doors are secure from ballistic attack with the appearance and function of conventional vertical lift sectional door products. Our complete range of bullet resistant doors are readily available and can be furnished with, rugged hardware, counterbalance systems, electric operators and safety devices.
Full engineering capability to design and manufacture bullet resistant overhead door and hardware assemblies to meet the demanding safety requirements of the end-user. Factory personnel are available on-demand to oversee product installation anywhere in the world.
UL Levels available: UL Level 1 to UL Level 8. UL Level One standard to protect against medium power small arms (Super 38 Automatic). UL Level Two standard to protect against high power small arms (.357 Magnum Revolver). UL Level Three standard to protect against superpower small arms (.44 Magnum Revolver). UL Level Four standard to protect against high power rifle attack (30-06 Rifle) where anticipated threat levels are high. UL Levels Five through Eight to protect against military assault weapons using armour-piercing ballistics.
Can a bullet resistant door stop any type of bullet fired at it?
Bullet resistant doors are subject to the criteria established in the standard UL752. Ten distinct levels of bullet resistance are established ranging from a small arms 9mm handgun (Level 1) to a 7.62 high powered military assault rifle (Level 10). When selecting an AMBICO bullet resistant door and frame do so with reference to the anticipated threat – please refer to the UL752 Standards Chart. If you are uncertain about your choice, ask one of our professional salespeople for advice or e-mail us with your query.
Do I need special hardware with a bullet resistant door?
AMBICO includes all track, pulleys, guides, counterbalance and valances. Electric operators with safety devices and actuators are included.
What type of facilities are ideal for bullet resistant doors?
Government buildings, army bases, bomb shelters, security barriers, laboratories or test cells, and anywhere else requiring high security.
Can AMBICO bullet resistant steel doors comply with LEED standards?