Building lightweight, modular armor for all sizes of naval platforms.
Integris provides lightweight, modular systems for naval protection. For decades, we have been a leading provider of survivability solutions for international defense programs. We specialize in the design, testing, qualification and manufacturing of composite armor for a variety of iconic vessels from large navy ships to small craft.
We are a high-quality, high capacity provider of solutions that are designed and delivered in accordance with ISO 9001, EN 9100 and AQAP 2110 quality management systems.
Our Technical Center can perform detailed studies to review and advise on specific threat scenarios in an analysis that uncovers the ballistic weakness points to address and advise on system impact from survivability solutions. We will then adjust, consult, and certify or recertify survivability solutions in accordance with a specification.
We can also offer wider support to the shipyard by managing
the complete project, assisting the
shipyard with all steps in the process. This includes
liaison with government offices, independent certification
organizations and sub-suppliers. We can allocate a dedicated Survivability
Manager and a team to support the shipyard.
Our services can cover the hard ballistic and survivability related tasks related to developing, designing, integrating, and installing the protection solution on the vessel among others.
The engineering tasks can also be provided for only parts of the project. Independent tasks such as 3D measurement and digital templating of individual ships can be executed quickly and efficiently with limited interference in the building process.
We have developed a wide range of anti-ballistic solutions that can work in combination with the hull to develop it into a ballistic barrier for the most recurrent kinetic threats. The protection system can be designed to be added externally on the ship hull as a stand-alone application to protect the hull itself or internally behind the face of the hull to work in conjunction with the protective capability of the hull itself.
Composite protection solutions are significantly lighter than conventional steel solutions which enable the ship to gain higher maneuverability, higher speed, and lower maintenance cost over time.
Integris provides protection with special capabilities for radomes and other sensitive equipment onboard. The immense level of research and expertise applied in the development of these products ensure end-users with a high level of protection for radomes with little or no negative impact on maneuverability despite the elevated position of the armored radomes.
Radome protection solutions
from Integris incorporate the latest developments in 3D
armor engineering to provide an excellent weight to protection ratio.
The 3D solutions provide significant weight reductions over conventional
We can provide a maneuverable and mobile ballistic protection station for small caliber guns. The armor solution is designed to be lightweight and deployable by two personnel in less than 5 minutes, with a flexible design able to be configured to meet a high number of threats.
The need for protection solutions for private yachts is increasing. Not only is the private yacht and refitting market increasing, but the need to provide safe areas onboard have also become a recurrent requirement on the largest private yachts. Areas that serve as a safe area in case of attacks or safe rooms designed to protect passengers during a boarding attempt are necessary to safeguard owners and their families against the potential threat of crime.
Crew boats, patrol boats and other small craft have traditionally used their speed and agility to avoid confrontations or catch up on adversaries. Heavy armor solutions have either added weight to the vessel and degraded performance or alternatively meant less capability to carry payload, armaments, crew or equipment.