Riot Glass® Protects Schools Against Forced Entry, Active Shooters, Vandalism, and More

Protect students, teachers, and school property with Riot Glass.

Riot Glass® Protects Schools Against Forced Entry, Active Shooters, Vandalism, and More

Traditional school security systems have alarms, surveillance, and access controls — all of which are great to have, but these products do not do one thing: protect vulnerable glass doors and windows from shattering.

An active shooter can shoot out a window or door to gain access to the building or a specific classroom, which puts the lives of students and teachers at risk.

Additionally, burglars and vandals can enter a school by breaking a window and further damage or steal school property.

The ArmorPlast® line from Riot Glass, Inc. is designed to mitigate these risks by protecting a school’s existing glass from all types of impacts, giving anyone inside a chance to react and providing valuable time for the police to arrive.

ArmorPlast® is available with ballistic resistance ratings up to a UL 752 Level 8 rating which can resist a high-speed, multi-shot attack from an active shooter using an AK-47 rifle and firing .308 150-grain military rounds.

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