What Are The Different Uses Of Armoring Solutions?

Security establishments of the world need armoring solutions like bulletproof vehicles, anti-ballistic window panes, toughened windshields, and acoustic buildings. Regular glass is fabricated to make it suitable for use in security establishments.

Let’s discuss various advantages of an armored glass

  1. Bullet resistance

Fabricated glass is so designed that it withstands bullets and gunfire even from a close range. This glass can be used for making windshields and window panes for automobiles and buildings. Armored vehicles used to transport soldiers can be fitted with toughened windshields to provide added protection to soldiers.

  1. Transparency

A ballistic rated glass is thick enough to withstand the pressure of bullets and it is clear enough to allow transparency. It provides a clear view so the viewers won’t have any hassle in taking in the views. Automobile windshields need to have better clarity so the driver can have a better view of the road. A transparent windshield will help improve road safety.

  1. UV protection

A fabricated glass can prevent UV rays from passing through it. In other words, it can protect people from coming into contact with harmful UV rays. For example, you can use toughened glass for making your window panes, and rest assured that the interior of your home remains free from UV rays. This level of protection is hard to get from regular glass.

  1. Soundproofing

A bullet-resistant glass is good for soundproofing. It can prevent sound waves from traveling inside or outside. When used as architectural glass, it makes a soundproof building that remains safe from noise pollution. Similarly, you can make soundproof rooms and cabins with architectural glass. Since it is a toughened product, there is little need to worry about its durability and upkeep. It won’t get damaged or scratched even after long-term use.

  1. Energy efficiency

Smart glass is energy efficient as it can control the amount of light traveling through it. In this way, it can be used for making environment-friendly edifices. When used as architectural glass, it can help light the interior with natural light. Also, it can keep the interior comfortable by controlling the amount of light traveling through it.


It is to be noted that the specific benefits and capabilities of armoring solutions largely depend on the technology used. Or it would be much better to say that the knowledge and experience of the manufacturer will play a crucial role in determining the properties of fabricated glass.

How Is Bulletproof Glass Used By The Construction Industry?

Glass fabrication with CNC machining technology has made it possible to produce toughened glass pieces that can be used as armor against bullets and blasts. An armor glass has many uses in addition to making bullet-proof vehicles.

Let’s understand the process of fabricating glasses and their uses

  1. Military vehicles

Trucks and jeeps used by soldiers have toughened windshields and window panes. These windshields can withstand close-range fires and heavy blasts. They will remain firm even in heavy firing. Also, they provide clear views so the driver and passenger have a clear view of the road and surrounding area. Outsiders can see the passengers but they can’t hit the passengers. The toughened glass will protect the passengers.

  1. Civilian vehicles

Bulletproof glass is used in civilian vehicles used by business leaders and heads of state. These SUVs look simple from the outside but they are well protected with heavy metal and transparent armor. Bulletproofing an SUV can add a little weight to the vehicle but adding a toughened windshield prevents the vehicles from becoming bulky.

  1. Architectural glass

Concrete buildings can provide a sense of safety but they can’t help in saving energy. For example, you will need lighting solutions and air conditioning to light the interior and make it comfortable. It is where you can take advantage of architectural glass. If the exterior of the building is made of fabricated glass, it can provide natural light and control climate as well.

Using anti-ballistic glass for architecture is a great idea. It will beautify the building, provide added safety from bullets and blasts, allow natural light to travel inside, and help in controlling climate. Also, you can turn the glass opaque so you can keep the interior safe from envious eyes. Since the glass is toughened, you need not worry about its safety or upkeep.

  1. Glass doors

The glass used for making doors and window panes is fabricated for tough use. The advantage of toughened glass is it provides both safety and transparency. For example, it can’t be forced open as it can’t be broken even with bullets. Also, it will improve the acoustics of the interior. You can maintain peace and privacy in the interior.


Armor glass has multiple uses in the security and automobile sectors. The construction and architectural industry has also recognized the advantages of fabricated glass. Today toughened glass is widely used in designing safety products like ballistic shields and environment-friendly edifices.