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Transformation Thursday: Ballistic Resistant System (BRS)

Today for Transformation Thursday we have images of our Ballistic Resistant System (BRS) being installed in four (4) Ford® Explorers for a NJ Police Department.

The patent pending MILSPRAY’s Ballistic Resistant System is specifically designed for standard Municipal and State police vehicles. Adding only 32-44 pounds per door*, the Ballistic Resistant System offers Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL) Level-III protection. It is designed for a high level of protection with easy installation at a low cost. The system meets National Institute of Justice (NIJ) as well as UL standards for ballistic resistance and undergoes a series of quality controls and testing in accordance with the standard NIJ test protocol.

MILSPRAY’s Ballistic Resistant System consists of a network of panels that may be installed by almost anyone with general knowledge of hand tools. They are installed within the interior of the vehicle door panels, thus hidden from sight and do not interfere with the inner mechanics or appearance of the door. There are no vehicle modifications required. This type of NIJ/UL ballistic protection is easily attainable even with limited municipal/township level budgets.

* Weight estimation only; actual weight will vary based on make and model of the vehicle.

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Tech Tuesday: Protecting Those * Protecting Us – Security | Strength | Stability

Recently, a Ford ® Interceptor SUV outfitted with the MILSPRAY™ Ballistic Resistant System™ (BRS™) was involved in a 55+ Mile Per Hour (MPH) accident. It appears that all eight airbags had deployed perfectly – front, side, and seat airbags and without fail, our BRS™ withstood the impact and did not have one loose panel.  We are thankful that the officer involved in the crash walked away with minor injuries.

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Photo Recap: National Association of Fleet Administrators 2015 Institute & Expo

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Yesterday, the National Association of Fleet Administrators 2015 Institute & Expo came to an end. Our MILSPRAY team members ran into impressive fleet vehicles and had a great time networking with other exhibitors and attendees at the event.

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Tidbit Thursday: MILSPRAY’s Ballistic Resistant System™ Wants to Stop Bullets, Save Cops

Matthew Johnston, Director of Research & Development (Photo: Bob Bielk/Staff Photographer at APP.com)

Matthew Johnston, Director of Research & Development
(Photo: Bob Bielk/Staff Photographer at APP.com)

In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Lakewood-based military defense firm MILSPRAY made a name for itself by providing touch-up paint, specialty coatings, and mobile corrosion prevention for military vehicles and equipment.

Thirteen years later, the company is garnering new recognition for its innovation in a different but related field – ballistic-resistant systems that help safeguard police officers and law-enforcement vehicles.

Offering specially-engineered products since 2001 that are designed to keep military personnel safe and reduce their exposure in the field – including such items as deployable solar energy systems that provide meaningful power to service members and save lives by reducing the number of fuel convoys traveling supply routes in war zones – “MILSPRAY‘s new Ballistic Resistant System (BRS™) represents the re-purposing of our knowledge and technology for new commercial applications,” said Matthew Johnston, the company’s director of research and development.

Click Here to read the entire article published by the Asbury Park Press.

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