Blast Testing Specifications include: STANAG, VPAM, AEP 55 Vol. 2, GSA, DOE, DOS, ASTM, UFC
Blast events usually affect the whole structure and the surrounding areas. The designs to defeat a blast event can require a combination of materials, shapes, anchor points and critical components assembled correctly. Understanding the defined threats and standoffs are critical to a holistic design solution required to survive a blast event.
Ballistic Testing Specifications include: UL 752, NIJ 0108.01, STANAG 4569
Ballistic armors are usually material based and are keyed against a specific threat. Steels, ceramics, concretes, coatings and fabrics can be designed and combined to defeat a given threat. There are key drivers in the design requirements such as weights, thicknesses, costs and production levels that determine the right combinations needed for ballistic protection.
HIT products are all designed and tested in accordance with customer specified requirements.
Corrosion, fire, seismic, mass and hostile intent all can come into the design requirements for secondary containment. A holistic overview of each site is required to design the protection for contents and surrounding components from spills and leakages. The containment can be intimate to the vessel or can be a catch basin area.
High Impact Technology, LLC invents products to save lives and protect Soldiers, First Responders and Key Infrastructures. We have created battlefield tested technologies that has been used domestically and abroad.