‘Ballistic Wallpaper’ bombproofs US fight shelters
At a current DoD Lab Day, the US Military Corps of Engineers Engineer Analysis and Improvement Middle (ERDC) unveiled a singular defensive product. Dubbed “ballistic wallpaper,” this amalgamation of kevlar fiber threading and versatile polymer movie is designed to guard American troopers once they take shelter in an city warzone.
See, the issue is that when buildings and buildings are hit with a tank spherical or guided munition, their partitions will fragment as they implode, spraying anybody sheltering inside with particles. However this ballistic wallpaper stops that from occurring by stopping the wall from fragmenting within the first place. The product continues to be in its early testing part although the ERDC has reportedly already bombed extra that a couple of sheds to make sure the wallpaper’s practical integrity. There is no phrase but on when the fabric will truly make it to the entrance strains.
[Image Credit: US Army ERDC]