WETHERBY, England — December 4, 2019 — PPSS Group’s next generation of high-performance body armour is taking personal protection to a completely new-found level, according to the company.
Thoroughly field tested, the body armor will be made available beginning January 6, 2020.
Made from Auxilam™, a unique carbon fiber composite material, this latest body armor will protect the wearer from even the most vicious and brutal types of edged weapon and shanks imaginable.
Utilizing a combination of the incredible strength of carbon fiber, the auxetic properties of Auxilam technology and some additional top secret assets derived from the specially developed composite structure, this next generation of body armor offers a truly outstanding balance of weight, protection, performance and durability.
Comparing it with PPSS Group’s highly acclaimed polycarbonate-based stab resistant vests, the company is claiming a reduction of 19% in thickness (utilizing a 3.9mm carbon fiber composite) and a 6.6% lower aerial density and reduced weight for its latest development.
Yet, it will be certified to KR2/SP2 according to the UK Home Office Body Armour Standard, as well as NIJ Level 2 (Stab & Spike) and VPAM K2/D2 meaning it will offer a truly significant higher level of knife, spike and needle protection.
Government agencies and security companies will be able to chose from an array of different styles, ranging from covert, overt to hi viz overt options.
Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group states: “Law Enforcement, Border Force, Immigration, Customs and Prison Officers are being attacked by criminals carrying and using knives, machetes, shanks, blunt objects and hypodermic needles every day.”
“Our key objective is to protect those men and women even more effectively. Using the very latest in technology and following extensive research and development, our latest body armour is now offering previously absolutely unthinkable levels of protection.”
“It also offers exceptional, VPAM certified protection from blunt objects, effectively reducing the risks of blunt force trauma injuries e.g. internal bleeding.”
Posted December 5, 2019
Source: PPSS Group