SPALL-FREE Silicon Carbide Ceramic backed with high grade UHMW PE
5.56 x 45mm M855 AP
Tested in Independent Laboratory to stop 6 rounds of M855 Green Tip.
SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT CONSTRUCTION
Ultralight configuration weighs only 4.4 lbs
Extremely durable coating ensure ballistic material is protected from UV light and moisture even in the most harsh conditions.
5 YEARS WARRANTY
You can rest assured your protection will be there when you need it the most with 5 YEARS FULL WARRANTY.
Available in 10x12" size will fit almost all plate carriers available on the market.
Testing each batch in independent laboratory is a part of our rigorous Quality Control procedure. Test reports are delivered with each package!
CUT THE WEIGHT AND BE SAFE FROM SPALLING
At only 4.40 lbs this ceramic composite plate stops multiple armor piercing rounds and is 35% lighter then average steel plate equivalent. Protection against armor piercing rounds like 5.56 M855, M193 or 7.62×51 has never been so light and spall-free.
EXTENDED CERAMIC COVERAGE
Increased protection area provided by ceramic ballistic plate – choose Ace Link Armor plates with Extended Ceramic Coverage for the most comprehensive protection of your vitals. There is no compromises when it comes to your safety!
NIJ 0101.06 BODY ARMOR GUIDE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is Level 3+ protection?
Level 3+ is capable of stopping mild penetrating rounds such as M855A1 Green tip, but is not rated to stop .30Cal M2 AP rounds like with level 4.
Why Level 3+ as opposed to level 3 or level 4
Level 3+ is a goldilocks zone, it offers the user more protection than standards level 3, but less so than level 4. In real world situation, as a normal citizen you are unlikely to be in a situation where AP rounds are being fired at you. Additionally, 3+ is significantly lighter at 4.4 pounds as opposed to Level 4 at 5.5 pounds.
What are these plates made out of?
Level 3+ plates are made out of combination of PE and Ceramic, with a layer of polyerua that surrounds the armor.
Do you have to be careful with ceramic plates?
Yes, don’t treat plates like bowling balls, if you throw them or drop them intentionally it could compromise the structure.