Bulletproof vest and plate frame


We are living in turbulent times, and it would be wrong to think that the past was peaceful. Throughout history, various cultures have developed personal protective equipment, such as body armor, to protect their people in times of conflict. These technologies continue to improve with the advancement of weapons used in wars and complex events. Bulletproof vests and plate armor are a type of modern body armor, specifically designed to protect the wearer from damage caused by weapons and projectiles.

The bulletproof vest is a soft bulletproof vest that provides protection against low-caliber projectiles and shrapnel by absorbing impact, and reduces or even completely stops penetrating into the torso. These vests are made of soft, high-strength materials (such as Kevlar) to provide effective protection from low-level threats. Ballistic vests are used by troops on missions, and they need to be light and fast. They are designed to meet threat levels from level IIA to level IIIA. These vests usually have pouches or MOLLEs to hold most of the tools and weapons carried by officers or soldiers, such as knives, first aid kits, rifle magazines, and so on. Bulletproof vests are lightweight and relatively easy to hide, so they will not cause discomfort to the wearer. Bulletproof vests provide adequate coverage and are designed to be worn under clothing to tightly cover the chest, waist, neck and back. Bulletproof vests with zippers are easier to put on and take off, and can be taken off successfully when you need to move quickly. Several policemen, prison guards, security guards, bodyguards and occasional ordinary civilians wear bulletproof vests to protect themselves from knives and stabbings.

The onboard device is a light tactical vest that can accommodate a series of ballistic boards, effectively enhancing its personal protection. The pallet provides optimal protection against advanced threats, such as rifle threats from the front, neck to waist and rear. Ballistic panels are generally classified as rigid body armor, which in most cases can provide protection against threat level III or IV. Bulletproof panels can be made of lightweight polyethylene (PE), bulk steel, and even ceramic materials such as silicon carbide and boron carbide. The degree of protection is determined by the type of bulletproof plate loaded in the plate rack, which also increases its volume. Therefore, it is important to use only the level of protection required while keeping the weight in mind. Onboard vehicles are often used by the military and other tactical units, can be used to protect them from multiple strikes, and can be disassembled and discarded in an emergency. The board-type strap is easy to match, and it is equipped with an adjustable waist belt and shoulder strap for more comfortable wearing. When it comes to body armor, your safety should always come first, all other aspects are secondary.

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