Bisalloy® Armour Steel

Armour & Protection

Bisalloy® Armour Steel

The strength and reliability of BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel has long been selected to support Australia’s defence forces and is an achievement which brings great pride to Bisalloy Steels.

We partner closely with customers and engage with leaders in science and technology to deliver truly innovative and tailored product solutions and services – one such example being the BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel plate, specifically developed for the Australian Submarine Corporation for the hulls of Australia’s six Collins Class submarines, which won international acclaim for its strength, weldability and toughness.

Offering quality that is second to none, BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel has become the first choice in defence applications here and abroad and is specified for hulls in Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC), Light Armoured Vehicles (LAV) and the Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Vehicles in Australia, along with many APCs and LAVs worldwide.

In addition to such traditional support for manufacturers of armoured vehicles, Bisalloy Steels is also increasingly supplying BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel to police, military forces, government and civilian applications worldwide for use in security vehicles, training facilities, security booths, splinter boxes embassy ‘safe rooms’ and myriad other applications.

While a wide range of defence and civil application grades are produced by Bisalloy Steels, for security reasons only limited details are available for publication. If you require further detailed information, please contact Bisalloy Steels directly.

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