TSS Infographic - TSS Bulletproof Glass Installation

Lego Batmobile Equipped with High-Tech Security Features

Bullet Proof Kevlar, Bullet Resistant Kevlar, Industry News

Kevlar® is used for its durability and heat resistance on a wide variety of real-world applications, from athletic safety gear to building construction to body armor. Even the U.S. military uses it in their combat equipment. If you want to learn more about Going Batman with Kevlar®, download our free infographic, which highlights actual Kevlar products that provide Batman-like protection in the real world.

school bus that was damaged in a tornado

Bullet Resistant Panels Can Protect Against Tornados and Hurricanes

Bullet Proof Kevlar, Bullet Resistant Kevlar, Bullet Resistant Materials, School Security and Safety

For a school facility manager, safety is a primary concern. Maintaining a safe school ranges from day-to-day details–taking care of slippery floors, damaged fire-exit crash bars, loose handrails–to planning for disasters. Although disasters come in many forms–from active shooters to extreme weather–some similar strategies can be employed to increase school …

Stephanie Kwolek, Mother of Kevlar

Mother of Bulletproof Kevlar Passes Away, but Legacy Lives On

Bullet Proof Kevlar, Bullet Resistant Kevlar, Bullet Resistant Materials, Bulletproof Protection

The bulletproof barrier industry has come a long way since the 1600s, when Prince Rupert’s Drops first emerged in England. While not actually bulletproof, it was discovered that when molten glass is dropped into cold water, it becomes almost indestructible. A few hundred years and a couple accidental discoveries later, …