There are 5 to 6 internationally accepted standards which define levels of protection. It is, therefore, important that one understands what level of armoring is desired and the perceived threat. The professionals at International Armoring (IAC) help each client determine which is the best level of protection for each individual. This understanding is important when selecting the right armored car for your specific needs.
Clients should take the opportunity to see the in-house shoot test. International Armoring Corporation follows the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) standards for test procedures but also has all of their products independently certified by HP White Laboratories and other sources.
IAC is dedicated to making your armored car the safest in the business. Our proprietary techniques cover the contingencies you need to make sure every trip in your armored vehicle is secure as possible. When you need the best in the business you want IAC.
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IAC specializes in providing automotive design and consultancy services to the world’s leading automotive, aerospace and defense organizations. Such activities have resulted in the development and manufacture of riot control vehicles, crash fire rescue, gunship vehicles and high mobility armored military trucks. Contact us to learn more about our armoring specifications to receive the protection you desire.
IAC utilizes their revolutionizing material Armormax for various security solutions. You can now have the highest protection for the goods you care about. Armormax is the ultimate light weight ballistic armoring material. It is the lightest opaque armor in the industry. The ideal placement for Armormax would have to be in doors and walls for Safe Rooms. This is a security solution to the growing threat of crime and violence due to home invasions. The instances of home invasions have increased, making this solution a necessity.
Classroom Protection for schools. An armoring company enters the school market with its $1,850 ‘Safeboards’ that can shield kids from bullets. Seemingly random incidents involving mass shootings keep occurring in the U.S., as Monday’s tragic news from the Washington Navy Yard in the nation’s capital underscores. But at least there’s a new approach to protecting school classrooms from such shootings, and it doesn’t involve arming teachers or administrators. International Armoring.
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Since 1993 we have manufactured over 8,000 vehicles from 130 different models and delivered them to over 50 different countries."