Bullet-resistant fiberglass sheets are manufactured to ballistic levels defined by Underwriters Laboratories Standard UL 752. Sheets designed to defeat specific threats defined by National Institute of Justice Standard NIJ 0108.01 are also manufactured.

LUMAgard™ Bullet-Resistant (Armor) Sheets

Panels from production are routinely tested to confirm superior performance. Testing is conducted often by nationally-recognized testing laboratories, including Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.

These sheets, marketed under the LUMAgard™ trade name, are often used in courthouse and law-enforcement facilities, banks and other money-handling operations, guard booths, armored vehicles, equipment enclosures and many other kinds of installations where protection is needed.


Bank Teller Counters
Gas Stations
Convenience Stores
Pay Counters
Remote Electronic Buildings
Secure Rooms & Offices
Judges Benches
Armored Cars
Postal Facilities
Reception Areas
Where personnel and valuables need protection

Easy to install with standard tools
Cost efficient
Bullets embed in the laminate, limiting ricochet
Excellent multiple-hit capability

Bullet-resistant fiberglass sheets are manufactured to defeat most levels of weaponry as described by UL and NIJ performance standards, including handgun and rifle threat levels.

Refer to the Fiberglass Armor Reference Table for more information.

American Acrylic Corporation

LUMAgard™ inside the walls of a judge's bench.