The armored vehicle designed in order to guard the vehicles, which bearing employees or VIP, from ballistic bullets and plastic explosives. There is no notable alteration in the appearance of the vehicles after being armored. Variation of ballistic materials that are presented by EOW is proper for armoring civil and nonmilitary vehicles. At the end of the armoring process, no excessive load would be added to the vehicle. The armor has high resistance and provides ballistic protection to the entire of the vehicle including subcritical components. Vehicles with high engine capacity are preferred for the armoring due to the additional weight resulted from the shield. Door hinges of the determined vehicle altered with durable ones that are suitable for use in the heavy armored vehicles. The hinges used in the armored vehicle have high resistance against the heaviness resulted from armoring. Dashpot supply can be provided as optional in order to facilitate switching the door. The door hinges attached to the main body of the vehicle; thus, the armor not burdened with additional weight.
During the armoring process, a minimum intervention executed on the engine, suspension, and gearbox system of the vehicle. Ballistic ceramic and covering are heavier and provide higher ballistic resistance compared with other armoring materials. In fact, ballistic ceramic provides at the rate of as far as %30 acquisition of weight compared with other elements.
Ballistic Transparent Glass
Ballistic transparent glass, used for armoring, manufactured as being multi-level in order to prevent the employee from getting damaged by hittings and explosives.