A Par-Kut bullet resistant guard booth, security booth or guard house can achieve the highest levels of security when upgraded with bullet resistant glass, ballistically protected door(s) and armor plate bullet resistant walls. Suitable for use at correctional facilities, courthouses, hospitals, government buildings and military bases, camps and air fields. Bullet resistant construction is usually comprised of ballistic glass windows, walls and doors, but options include the hardening the roof and floor of the guard booth, too. In this blog, however, we will focus on the bullet resistant glazing alone.
The bullet resistant glazing featured in a Par-Kut security building will be specified with a level of protection tied to the threat level assessment in the vicinity of the access control point. All the levels of bullet resistant glass used for Par-Kut guard booths, security booths and guard houses combine multiple layers of glass and polyvinyl butyral (PVB) interlayers to provide low or “no spall” protection against a wide range of ballistic threat levels.
A factory-assembled Par-Kut bullet resistant guard booth often uses laminated glass clad polycarbonate, because it provides a wide range of protection from UL level I to NIJ level IV as well as allowing for tinting, reflective and even insulated options. Par-Kut also considers all threat angles in the bullet resistant guard booth design. For instance, we typically use solid steel stops or collars to secure the bullet resistant glazing. Par-Kut has regularly built bullet resistant guard booths and security enclosures with various levels of protection for over 50 years. We know, design, and build bullet resistant enclosures.
For more information about Par-Kut guard booth bullet resistant glazing features, or Par-Kut bullet resistant guard buildings in general, email us at https://www.guard-booth.net/contact or call us at 1-800-394-6599.