Uncompromising defense: introducing VPAM ceramic and composite hard body armor plates by Integris Composites.
Integris Composites has developed an extensive line of VPAM hard body armor plates addressing the emergence of the VPAM standard in Europe. These plates are a product of the manufacturing capability to fuse cutting-edge materials, meticulous engineering, and an unwavering commitment to protecting lives in the most demanding scenarios.
Prepare to experience a new level of protection with VPAM hard body armor plates by Integris Composites. Carrying the VPAM (Vereinigung der Prüfstellen für angriffshemmende Materialien) certification, these plates set a new benchmark in protective capability. Engineered to withstand Level 6, 7, 9, and above threats, including formidable armor-piercing ammunition, VPAM plates provide a reliable and consistent level of protection.
Within the core of VPAM hard body armor plates by Integris Composites lies a meticulously engineered synergy between advanced ceramics and composite materials. This harmonious fusion results in a plate that seamlessly blends ceramic hardness and resistance with the flexibility and durability of composite layers. The result is a level of protection that is impenetrable against a spectrum of threats, making VPAM 7 plates the ultimate choice for those who demand the highest level of protective gear.
VPAM hard body armor plates by Integris Composites empower individuals who face high-stakes situations head-on. Whether you're a law enforcement officer, a military professional, or part of a specialized security team, these plates symbolize your commitment to safety. With VPAM plates by Integris Composites on your side, you're equipped to handle critical missions with a heightened sense of confidence.
The NIJ (National Institute of Justice) and VPAM (Vereinigung der Prüfstellen für angriffshemmende Materialien) standards are both crucial benchmarks in the evaluation and certification of ballistic protection equipment, including body armor plates. While they share the common goal of ensuring the effectiveness and reliability of armor, there are notable differences between these standards in terms of their testing methods, evaluation criteria, and regional application.