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Sale of automotive shielding

Via Blindados sells automotive armor for your vehicle or our customers can also purchase the car of their choice already shielded with us!
We are authorized to perform automotive armor services provided by the Brazilian Ministry of Defense and the Brazilian Army.
One of our biggest differentials is the standard of our personalized service, which seeks to understand the customer needs and desires when it comes to safety. We have unique shielding solutions tailored to suit each customer.
With a modern structure and professionals specially trained in the assembly and verification of all the security items that makes up the shield.

We use only ballistic materials of the highest quality and technology, which are tested by the national and international laboratories and homologated by the Brazilian Ministry of Defense and the Army.


The shielding process for a vehicle is composed of several steps and different processes for each part of the vehicle. Via Blindados uses methods and concepts that have been tested and approved.
The steps for carrying out the shielding are:
Opaque parts: The whole interior of the vehicle is coated with two types of materials:

  • The Aramid Blanket, which consists of 90% of the total and the steel, which are molded, cut into whole modules avoiding splicing and fixed with polyurethane adhesive. Covering all the interior of the vehicle, columns, mirrors, door handles and ceiling, besides the front fenders and protection between the seat and the trunk. The ARAMID BLANKET is commercially known as Kevlar, it is a lightweight fabric with high ballistic resistance (5x to 7x more resistant than Stainless Steel). This material is applied in the most vulnerable areas of the vehicle. All parts are molded and cut to the exact size which allows for a perfect finish leaving the vehicle lighter and safer.
  • STAINLESS STEEL is applied to the structural and critical parts of the vehicle, such as: Columns A, B and C, Locks, Knobs, Fixed Glass Contour and Contour of the Doors. The parts are individually molded and fixed by means of spot welding, this engineering concept eliminates vulnerabilities and possible internal noise caused by other fastening methods.

Transparent Part: Glasses are shielded with compound F4, in which they have optimum optical quality regarding problems of light transparency, opacity, double image and optical distortion, resulting in a light and extremely resistant material with thicknesses between 19mm and 21mm.
Overlaps: To ensure full protection, special ballistic steel reinforcements are made at the most vulnerable points in the vehicle’s internal structure, such as the intersections of the vehicle’s doors, windows and body where they receive a special finish.
Tires: Tire straps are fixed on the inside of the tires, allowing even the vehicle to be driven for a few more kilometers.
The screening procedures are subject to strict monitoring criteria. At each stage, tests are carried out by recording their compliance. After the shield is finished, all items are checked and all quality control tests are performed, ensuring a perfect and high quality shielding.




In Brazil there are four levels of shielding protection: I, II-A, II and III-A. All follow the ABNT-NBR 15000 standard, which complies with national and international standards. Level I gets the lowest protection, lowest cost and lowest weight. The level III-A is more resistant, it obtains a higher cost and of greater weight.
Level I: The lowest protection available. It resists gunshots of caliber 32 and 38 but is vulnerable to larger calibers. With this protection, the driver would need to analyze the type of weapon to see if the car would withstand the bullet, a very complex decision at such a critical time.
Levels II and II-A: These levels are part of a single level, according to the American chart. They stand up to 9mm caliber and Magnum 357 weapons. It would not be a sturdy protection, for example, in kidnappings, when kidnappers usually use larger weapons.
Level III-A: This level has a resistance four times higher than Level I and is the protection used by 95% of the market. It is resistant to hand guns of all calibers, including 9mm submachine guns and Magnum 44. Level III-A has the best cost-benefit ratio, it has the best relationship between protection and price. When seeking the shield, the consumer already seeks greater protection, already have this in mind. Thus, the first step to safely arm the vehicle is to detect the optimal level of shielding according to the customer’s need.


SCAPE GLASS uses the highest technology to develop ever more secure and modern ballistic glass. The company has all the Authorizations for the manufacture of armored glass, provided by the Brazilian Ministry of Defense and Army, São Paulo State Police Permit, as well as Certificate of Responsible Engineer. In addition, we offer products to other companies of automotive armor and architectural shielding.

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