Ballistic Armor

Introducing New and Improved Lightweight Passive Ballistic Armor for Military and Cash Logistics Vehicles.

American Energy Technologies Company has conceived and herewith offers to potential end-users in the United States and allied government communities a new and innovative technology of vehicle-grade hybrid armor system.  The primary intent of our armor panels is to defeat the M2 0.3 cal AP rounds and 20 mm FSP (a test simulating an IED blast near military vehicle).

When placed on the exterior body of a vehicle, AETC panels will feature next to none “non-performance” margin.  This, we believe, is a very strong factor in favor of our technology.  If the non-performance margin is kept to a minimum, the chances are slim that either a penetrator from an AP bullet, or an exploded projectile could slip through the armor layers without being deterred by its functional parts. 

For reference, many armor systems on the US market today are believed to feature up to 3” non-performance gap – an issue of serious concern, for instance at NIJ, which regulates the body armor system specifications. 

Also, our lightweight panels would be made out of non-corrosive materials.

AETC is set up to run our own ballistic tests, closely mimicking the applicable NIJ standards.  We do these tests at a private firing range in Indiana were we test our armor with M2/M1 0.3 cal AP. 

Tests conducted to date indicate significant enhancement of V50 ballistic performance with armor panels prepared by AETC vs industry standard controls.  AETC panels would be available at a fraction of the cost of present-day ceramic ballistic armor.

We encourage interested organizations to contact a representative of American Energy Technologies Company with specifics of your ballistic application..