Armored Cabinet

Armored Cabinet

> The armored cabinet manufactured as being 2×3 or 4×6 meters and having 240 centimeters height.

> The whole materials, used for constructing the armored cabinet, are coated with polyurethane covering material to take precautions against corrosion.

> Junction points installed on the proper areas of the armored cabinet to allow cranes to take the cabinet simply and transport it to the place where the cabinet will be assembled.

> The cabinet is armored with ballistic steel or concrete material. Ballistic steel is heavier but more pricey compared with concrete material.

> The concrete which used for the armoring is a c25 type special one. It implemented on the surface of the cabinet as being a double layer. The whole junctions of the points are made smoothly without blanks.

> The roof of the cabinet coated with a material having a fire-proof feature that is compatible according to the En norms. The material has 6mms thickness.

>  The roof is covered with glass fiber wool material to provide heat isolation.

Armoring the cabinet:

> The whole internal walls are covered with BR7 level material which has a compatible intensity according to the armor standards.

> The entire internal surfaces of the cabinet compounded with a special procedure. Any gas metal arc welding operation done inside of the walls.

> Surfaces of the external walls are covered with a fireproof filling material having endurance against the hot and cold. The material has averagely 6mms thickness.

Emergency and evacuating caps:

> An urgent evacuating door placed in the cabinet. That door doesn’t seem on the condition that looked from outside. It opens from inside to outside easily. It placed generally on the reverse direction of the exterior door.

>  A ventilation grille placed into the cabinet. It is controlled by a manual boom. Besides, this grill evacuates the gunpowder that accumulates during the shooting the guns.

The ground covering of the armored cabinet:

> The ground is covered with a fireproof filling material.

> Inside of the ground coated with epoxy material.

> The ground covered smoothly without blanks on its edges.

Doors of the armored cabinet:

> The doors armored at the b7 level.

> Interior sides of the doors covered with heat retarder material.

> An observation window having 50*50 centimeters measurements established on the top of the door. The window armored at the b7 level.

> Armored windows used in the cabinet to prevent the employee in here from getting damaged by glass shards. The windows don’t blow out in case they get shot.

> A manual type lock system mounted into the cabinet. Instead of that, a fingerprint lock system can be presented if requested.

> The door can be opened from only outside with the lock.

> In case the door commenced fire, the lock operated by a sill system

External windows of the armored cabinet:

> Two external windows having 70*70 measurements located on out of the cabinet.

> The windows are manufactured from ballistic material.

> They situated 100 cms height from the ground.

> The windows are mounted on the wall as being buried 6 cms in a capsule.

> They coated with a 3 cms fiberglass substance to prevent them against the rocks and rigid material coming from outside.

> The windows have endurance against bullet attack.

> They only crack and don’ t shattered in case get shot.

> Manufactured as being compatible according to the EN1063 ballistic glass test.

Firing ports of the armored cabinet:

> Two firing ports determined in the cabinet.

> They can easily be opened by a dash from inside.

> The protective layer of the firing ports is equipped at the br7 level.

> They have 10×20 cm gauges and conical shaped.

> They mounted 10 cms under the windows.

> They designed as not being seen from the outside. It is impossible to intervene and open them from outside.

> An air-conditioner and an evaluating gunpowder system determined onto the ports.

Air conditioning system of the armored cabinet:

> A free-standing air-conditioner mounted on the wall the cabinet.

> Installation of the air conditioner is not seen from outside.

> A heater system having thermostat operating with electric mounted in the cabinet.

The electric system of the cabinet:

> Flouresan and spot lamps used in the cabinets which enable adequate lightning.

> The whole system controlled by a controlling board and breaker box.

> Power batteries determined to enable lightning and communication in the cabinet in case a power cut.

> Led type projector lamps having high lightning feature used on each corner of the cabinet. These lamps are taken under protection by the rigid gridirons.

> Also, a portable type backup projector lamp with high lightning feature placed in the cabinet.

> A telephone situated for emergencies.

> Two warning buttons, one of them is determined on the hand level and the other is foot level, placed to make reporting in case of emergency.

> An HD recording system placed out of the cabinet.

Recently, we are using three different types of armor: boron carbide, alumina ceramics, and ballistic steel

Boron Carbide Plaques:

> It is one of the latest approaches to vehicle armoring.

> One of the most advanced technologies to ballistic protection in the world.

> It is the sternest element after diamond. The endurance against the heat of it is too high. It has extremely low intensity. It is 75% lighter compared with other ballistic materials.

> Melting temperature is averagely 2500 degrees. High melting temperature protects the employee in the armored vehicle against especially anti-tank ammunition threats, such as Rpg.

> Armoring with boron carbide is more precious than the other armoring techniques.

Alumina Ceramics

> Alumina ceramics are considered as the most durable armoring material after boron carbide.

> In terms of cost and performance, it is lighter and more durable compared with standard ballistic steel.

> They produced as being plaques or tiles and mounted to the vehicle.

> It doesn’t cause a serious increase in the weight of the vehicle.

> Alumina ceramics are manufactured as having different thicknesses and levels depending on the requests coming from the customer.

Ballistic Steel

> The most common approach used in the armoring the vehicles is ballistic steel.

> It is cheaper and heavier than the other ballistic materials.

> It is durable and rigid.