Boron Carbide, or B4C, is an extremely hard ceramic material discovered in 1899. The Mohs hardness of boron carbide is about 9.49, ranking the third hardest materials behind diamond and cubic boron nitride. It was applied widely in industries such as wearing resistant material, and abrasives.
|Boron Carbide||100mm*100mm max|
Widely used in heavy armored protection in planes/tanks/ships and high-class physical protection.
Military Army Security/Special Force/ Military Officers/ Policemen/ Soldiers
ACM’s Boron Carbide Bulletproof Plate is carefully handled to minimize damage during storage and transportation and to preserve the quality of our products in their original condition.
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