SCHROTH Ballistic Seat Protection

Arns­berg, Ger­many Feb, 2012 – SCHROTH Safe­ty Prod­ucts (SCHROTH) con­tin­ues to re-define the bound­aries of light-weight occu­pant pro­tec­tion with the SCRHOTH Bal­lis­tic Seat Pro­tec­tion (SBPS) sys­tem.

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Bal­lis­tic Seat Pro­tec­tion (SBPS) sys­tem
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SCHROTH has been design­ing and man­u­fac­tur­ing seat­belt har­ness sys­tems since the 1950’s and have now put over 60 years of devel­op­ment and crash test expe­ri­ence into mine blast pro­tect­ed seat­ing solu­tions.

In addi­tion to the excep­tion­al blast pro­tec­tion offered by the SCHROTH SU-6X fam­i­ly of mine blast seat­ing, the SBSP adds a lay­er of light-weight soft bal­lis­tic pro­tec­tion to the mine blast proven seat­ing sys­tems.

The light- weight soft bal­lis­tic solu­tion pro­vides pro­tec­tion for the head, back, sides and the seat pan from small anti-per­son­nel land­mine shrap­nel, hand grenades and hand­guns. The SBSP fur­ther increas­es the sur­viv­abil­i­ty in both open trans­port / troop car­ri­ers and pro­tect­ed armored vehi­cles. The SBSP is also eas­i­ly remov­able from the seat and can be used as sec­ondary bal­lis­tic pro­tec­tion (soft body armor/fragmentation shield).

SCHROTH Bal­lis­tic Seat Pro­tec­tion Tech­ni­cal Spec­i­fi­ca­tions:

  • Bal­lis­tic lev­el: V50 = 530 m/sec for 1,1 g FSP (Frag­ment Sim­u­la­tion Pro­jec­tiles), accord­ing to NATO STANAG 2920
  • Basis Weight: 3.6 kg/m2
  • Col­ors: Black (stan­dard), Tan, Blue, Olive Green
  • Cov­er Mate­r­i­al: PA 6.6 (Flame resis­tant to DIN 75200/FMVSS 302)
  • Bal­lis­tic pro­tec­tion lev­els can be increased upon request
  • ITAR free prod­uct – designed and man­u­fac­tured in Ger­many

SCHROTH will be pre­sent­ing the SBSP and SU-62 mine blast seat­ing at the Inter­na­tion­al Armoured Vehi­cles con­fer­ence, tak­ing place on Feb­ru­ary 21 & 22, 2012 in Farn­bor­ough UK.

Con­tact: Tom Myers
Email: tom.myers@schroth.com
SCHROTH Safe­ty Prod­ucts, Arns­berg D- 59757 Ger­many
www.schroth.com
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