TODAY’S PATENT – BULLET AND FRAGMENTATION RESISTANT VESTS AND LAYERED FABRICS
The bullet and fragmentation resistant vests and layered fabrics was invented by Quay Fahnestock, Wade Lemon on 20th September 2012 bearing patent number US20120233733A1.
The present invention relates to A method is disclosed for making a bullet and fragmentation resistant vest. The method may include layering the following materials, in the following order, to create a pre-sewing ballistic pack: two layers of a Barrday TWF2006 and Twaron 2040 basket weave, ten layers of Barrday U600 four ply, and eleven layers of Dyneema SB21. The method may also include sewing at least one bar tack into the pre-sewing ballistic pack to create a pre-heat-treatment ballistic pack. The method may further include maintaining the pre-heat-treatment ballistic pack at a temperature of between about 65 and about 73 degrees Celsius at about one atmosphere for about 45 minutes to create a completed ballistic pack. The method may additionally include covering the completed ballistic pack to create a covered ballistic pack, and inserting the covered ballistic pack into a carrier vest.