RuggedSpec II ArmArrest Ballistic Centers
The ultimate protection
Avail’s RuggedSpec II™ Enclosures with ArmArrest™ offer the ultimate protection against physical security threats, including armed fire, forced entry, and ominous storms. The standard ArmArrest option is ballistic-rated, meeting Ul-752 Level 4 with the capability to manufacture up to a UL-752 Level 8 rating. Our bullet-resistant buildings, from grade to ceiling, offer protection against weapons ranging from small handguns to automatic assault weapons utilizing armor-piercing rounds. Like all of our enclosures, AZZ ballistic buildings are factory-built, tested, and assembled before delivering.
Ballistic-Resistant Steel Design
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Mitigate risk to your most critical assets
Avail offers design flexibility to accommodate all situations. The standard construction integrates bulletproof fiberglass panels between the interior and exterior walls. This inherently decreases the chance of ricocheting fire by severely dampening the projectile, which can help alleviate injuries and damage to adjacent equipment. Along with the enhanced Galvanneal steel wall structures, the ArmArrest option integrates ballistic-rated doors and forced entry hinges. Plus, Avail offers innovative solutions for areas of vulnerability, like HVAC units, to mitigate the risk of security threats to your most critical equipment.
Addressing evolving utility mandates
With infrastructure hardening now becoming a mandate per NERC CIP-014, it is imperative to address the security threats to all of your substations. Avail’s RuggedSpec II Enclosures with ArmArrest can help alleviate imminent security risks and help you meet future mandates. And, Avail has the unique ability to quote, build, and deliver faster to meet the most demanding schedules.
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