All of our products are certified by various ballistic standards, which guarantee the safety and quality of our bullet-resistant glass. The world´s most recognized standards are NIJ 0108.01, CEN 1062, STANAG 4569, VPAM.
This standard is issued by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), the US government agency responsible for the ballistic evaluation of products used by the country's law enforcement agencies. The document defines speeds, impact patterns, types of ammunition and the number of impacts required to validate transparent bulletproof glass. All AGP Security products are certified by accredited laboratories in the USA.
This standard, issued by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), defines the requirements and methods for testing transparent bulletproof glass. The standard has been in place since 1999 and tests are carried out in certified laboratories in various European countries. Every product destined for the European market is certified by AGP in accredited laboratories.
STANAG is a standard of the standardization unit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It details the requirements and conditions for testing transparent armored glass systems. This standard mainly refers to the restricted use of ammunition types by national armed forces. STANAG is used to test vehicle products intended for service in the armed forces.
This standard was developed by the German Federal Government with the cooperation of various testing laboratories. The document provides requirements and conditions for the testing of transparent armored glass systems. The German government collaborates with accredited laboratories to test and certify the different compositions. Every product intended for the German market is certified by AGP Security in accredited laboratories in Germany.