DYNAMIC MOBILE ARMORED SHIELD…
- Level III Protection
- Lightweight Mobility
- Instant Attachment to Vehicles
- Vehicle Attachment System to withstand very high speeds and harsh driving conditions
- Integrated Strap System for use as a Stretcher
- Multiple Molded Rubber Handholds
- Sling Strap
- Light Weight Shield Connection System for Expanded Threat Protection
- Patent Pending
DMAS 3815 38" H x 15" W
DMAS 3818 38" H x 18" W
The Mobile Armored Shield (MAS) is engineered to be attached to the exterior of a vehicle or carried by an individual on foot as a defense against ballistic threats.
The MAS meets NIJ Standard 0108 Level III ballistic resistance standards.
Weighing only 14 pounds, the MAS-3815 is designed for tactical mobility.
The integrated strap system allows the MAS to become an emergency stretcher.
For added flexibility and protection, multiple panels can be quickly and easily joined together to form an expanded barrier.
Although the MAS is offered in various custom dimensions and shapes, the typical size, 15 inches by 38 inches, is made from a material known as Dyneema, a super strong polyethylene fiber produced using a patented gel spinning process. This remarkable fiber is up to 15 times stronger than steel and is weight-for-weight 40% stronger than competing aramid fibers. Its unidirectional lightweight composite provides superior anti-ballistic protection for both personnel, vehicles and aircraft.
Dyneema, specifically used in the production of the Mobile Armored Shield, is fabricated using techniques required and approved by the U.S. Military. Functionality of the MAS is achieved by the insertion of the armor protective material Dyneema into a patented designed military ballistic grade material creating an outer jacket to encompass the shield. Special magnets allow the attachment of the MAS to a vehicle to hold the ballistic shield panels in place against penetrating threats.
* Financing available to qualified organizations and departments.
- Law Enforcement
- Homeland Security
- Drug Enforcement
- Border Patrol
- First Responders
- EMS Medical
- Secret Service