Ballistic Edge Research Laboratory Pty Ltd


Ballistic Edge Research Laboratory Pty Ltd

Accreditation No.


Site No.


Date of Accreditation

01 Jun 2017


64 Blanck Street
Ormeau, QLD 4208


Mr Mark Ogilvie


Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

Withdrawn 05 Apr 2023

Ballistic Edge Research Laboratory Pty Ltd

ISO/IEC 17025 (2017)

Manufactured Goods

Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure Limitations
Performance evaluation of personnel protection equipment and general ballistic measurements Armour plate Ballistic performance; Occupant protection levels for logistic and light armoured vehicles Perforation and back face signature (P-BFS); V-50 ballistic limit

MIL-A-46100-D(MR), MIL-A-12560-H(MR), MIL-DTL-46077-F(MR);


Armoured glass Ballistic performance Not applicable BS 5051
Ballistic helmets Ballistic performance Not applicable MIL-H-44099A
Body armour Ballistic performance; Knife resistance; Spike resistance; Stab resistance Perforation and back face signature (P-BFS); V-50 ballistic limit HOSDB 39/07 Parts A and B, HOSDB 2007 - Part 3;
NIJ STD 0101.03, NIJ STD 0101.04 (including addendum A and B), NIJ STD 0101.06, NIJ STD 0108.01, NIJ STD 0115.00;
NATO STANAG 2920 (Edition 1 and 2), NATO STANAG 4569 (AEP-55);
Australian Defence Standard-DEF (Aust) 10946/Issue 1.0/Type S
Bullet resistant equipment; Bullet resistant panels and building elements Ballistic performance; Intruder resistance Not applicable ANSI/UL 752;
AS 3555.1;
AS/NZS 2343
Windows, doors, shutters and blinds Ballistic performance; Classification of resistance against bullet attack Not applicable BS EN 1063;
DIN EN 1522, DIN EN 1523
Windows, windscreens and other safety glazing products Ballistic performance; Large object impact Not applicable USA Code of Federal Regulations -Federal Railroad Administration Act: Part 223 Appendix A - b10 and b11

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