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Phoenicia Blast Resistant

Phoenicia Blast Resistant glass is one of Phoenicia Defense products.

Glass solution that remains attached to the perimeter beams in case of breakage caused by an explosion.

Following an explosion, there is nothing more dangerous than flying shards. Phoenicia's blast resistant windows are armored to absorb the force generated by a bomb blast and to protect occupants from glass fragments typically caused by high explosive detonations.

Phoenicia Blast Resistant offers a range of benefits for the protection of civilian populations in protected spaces, and for the protection of sensitive installations in both the civilian and military sectors.

Such installations include:

  • Refineries
  • Chemical industries
  • Government and public buildings

Phoenicia Blast Resistant glass offers its customers armored solutions that are as comprehensive as they are effective. With the benefit of field-proven know how, Phoenicia’s technical team is always available for consultation regarding all needs and requirements. Once the required resistance level is determined, Phoenicia is able to provide a product that fully meets all of the requirements and criteria, assuring that the correct installation is executed. 

Phoenicia Flat Glass Industries Ltd. prides itself on supplying its customers with total solutions and offers a full guarantee on the finished installation. 



  • EN-13123-2  Blast resistance / open arena
  • EN-13123-1  Blast resistance / shock tube
  • EN-13541  [in certification process]  Glass in building – security glazing and classification of resistance against explosion pressure
  • UFC 4-010-01   DoD minimum antiterrorism standards for buildings
  • UFC 4-010-02   DoD minimum antiterrorism standoff distance for buildings
  • ISO 16933  Glass in building - explosion resistant / security glazing – test and classification for arena air - blast loading
  • GSA-TS01-2003  [in certification process]  US general service administration / standard test method for glazing and window systems subject to dynamic overpressure loadin
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