Bullet-resistant glass ensures suitable resistance to penetration from missiles of handgun, such as small arms or hunting weapons. They have a wide range of applications and can be mounted in bank facilities, currency exchange bureaus, pawnshops, jeweller’s shops, as well as used in military, by private users or in different types of vehicles exposed to assaults – in general, in all areas of higher risk of gun assaults.

Apart from bullet-resistant properties, this type of glass is a product characterized with increased break-in resistance properties, resistant to hits with such tools as a big hammer or axe. Bullet-resistant glass can be mounted alone or in combination with thermo-insulating, reflecting or fire-resistant glass.


Splinter glass (BR-S). Glass should provide its user with body protection against injuries caused by bullets or their fragments. Glass splinters can form on the protecting side of the glass.

Non-splinter glass (BR-NS). Glass should provide its user with body protection against injuries caused by bullets, their fragments or glass chips. Glass splinters cannot form on the side opposite to the side of the glass which is shot at.


The products have been tested and have certificates of the Institute of Precision Mechanics in Warsaw (Accreditation Certification No. 041) confirming high standard of the product.


Possible risks and the type of the protected facility should be determined prior to the selection of suitable glass class.


List of possible applications of particular bullet-proof resistance classes:

  • BR1 – state administration facilities, manor houses
  • BR2 – telephone and computer exchanges, car windows
  • BR3 – buildings with higher robbery risk, cash booths
  • BR4 – military equipment, prisons
  • BR5 – military and other equipment with significant risk
  • BR6 – facilities of particular significance
  • BR7 – facilities of particular significance