Acrylic Clear - Bullet Resistant

Acrylic Clear - Bullet Resistant

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ACRYLITE® BR 1.250 sheets are 1.25" thick, transparent cell cast acrylic sheet which meet the UL752 Level 1 requirements.

ACRYLITE® BR 1.375 sheets are 1.375" thick, transparent cell cast acrylic sheet which meet the UL752 Level 2 requirements.

The cell cast manufacturing technique produces sheets with unsurpassed optical clarity while maintaining a light transmission of 92%. Every sheet is inspected on line to insure that the material meets CYRO's exacting visual specifications. Thickness tolerances are checked on a sheet-by-sheet basis to insure that the material will provide the required protection. The material is protected with a masking to prevent surface scratches during shipping and manufacturing.

Bullet Resistance
Underwriters Laboratories, UL 752, is the specification most commonly used to identify a material's level of bullet resistance. ACRYLITE® sheets listed under UL 752 are rated for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Most fabrication techniques used for standard ACRYLITE® acrylic sheet will work with ACRYLITE® BR as the only difference between the two materials is the thickness of the sheet. It is important to keep frictional heat to a minimum during fabrication to reduce internal stress. It is also important to prevent or remove any "notching" along the cut edge of the sheet. The presence of notches could reduce the material's resistance to cracking. Either scraping or bull nosing the edges before installation can eliminate notches. Cutting of the material is easily accomplished with the use of a sturdy table saw. A saw blade having carbide tips and a "triple chip" tooth design achieves the best results.  More intricate cuts can be achieved using a band saw or hand-held reciprocating saw. Flame polishing can be used on ACRYLITE® bullet resistant sheets, however, it is important to keep in mind that heat forming or flame polishing of the sheet could affect the product's bullet resisting properties and is not recommended. Bullet resistant sheets can be cemented using conventional solvent and polymerizable cements. Cementing does generate internal stress within the material, however, that could lower the material's impact resistance. As a result, this procedure should be used in non-critical locations only.

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Acrylic Clear - Bullet Resistant

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Polished Edges
Routed Edges
($1 / lineal foot)
Routed edges are best for glueing.