Kryron Aluminum Alloy Successfully Passes Ballistic Protection Tests

Controlled tests have been successfully performed on Bourque Industries’ Kryron aluminum alloy to determine the ballistic protection ability and battle-worthiness of the material.

Kryron metal super alloy is a suitable material for ballistic armor line. The tests show the Kryron alloys’ multi-impact capability for lightweight armor protection.

The Kryron Terminator armor is highly durable and lighter than conventional personal protection ceramic armor plates. It prevents rebounding of objects, spalls and shatters. The armor provides industry’s best ballistic protection and offers excellent multi-impact capability by preventing many high-speed and large-caliber rounds at very short ranges. Significant weight savings are also achieved when compared to existing protection armor plates.

The company also showed the proof-of-concept for US military helicopters and land-based tactical vehicles.

Bourque Industries’ founder and Kryron’s inventor, John M. Bourque pointed out that the Kryron is the most excellent ballistic armor material available in the market and is the best option for developing advanced armor products for sea, land and air.

Source: http://bourqueindustries.take2pro.net/

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