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Accreditation

Advanced Armaments International Pty Ltd (AAI) is accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) to the International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and AAI’s NATA accreditation (NATA Accreditation No 17215) covers the following tests:

  • Ballistic tests on bullet resistant panels and elements by methods AS/NZS 2343, BS EN 1063, DIN EN 1063, EN 1063
  • Ballistic tests and large object impact tests on glazing materials to Code of Federal Regulations Title 49 Part 223 Appendix A, British Rail Specification BR 566
  • Ballistic tests on steel, wrought homogenous armour plates (for combat vehicles and for ammunition testing)by methods MIL-A-12560H(MR) and MIL-DTL-12560J(MR)
  • Ballistic tests on high hardness, wrought, steel armour plates by methods MIL-A-46100D(MR) and MIL-DTL-46100E
  • Ballistic tests on titanium alloy weldable armour plates by method MIL-DTL-46077G
  • Ballistic (V50) tests on armour by method MIL-STD-622F
  • Ballistic tests on body armour by methods HOSDB Body Armour Standards for UK Police (2007) Part 2, NIJ STD 0101.03, NIJ STD 0101.04, NIJ STD 0101.06 and NATO STANAG 2920
  • Ballistic material and product testing by method VPAM APR 2006 (Edition 2009-05-14)
  • Tests on ballistic resistant protective materials by method NIJ STD 0108.01
  • Stab resistance tests on body armour by methods HOSDB Body Armour Standards for UK Police (2007) Part 3 and NIJ STD 0115.00
  • Determination of protection levels for occupants of logistic and light armoured vehicles by method NATO STANAG 4569 Annex A and Annex C (NATO Standardization Agreement 4569, Published in March 2004)

Furthermore, AAI has the ability to perform testing to many other national and international standards as required by clients.

AAI also offers a custom research and development testing service providing clients with an opportunity to establish the actual ballistic resistance capability of specific items of armour or elements under a broad range of environmental and operational conditions.

 
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