Custom Engineering

Every ballistic blanket designed and manufactured by Stroud is engineered for the specific environment and intended usage of that blanket. We take into consideration operating temperature, ambient temperature, RPM’s, density of materials covered, chemical exposure, and an array of other factors when designing and manufacturing your blanket. The number of layers and how we combine the materials is all dependent on our engineer’s analysis of intended use and the environment in which the blanket will function.

The Best Raw Materials

You never have to wonder about the quality of a Stroud ballistic blanket. Stroud blankets, curtains, and blast barriers are all manufactured using Gentex Dual Mirror 1095 (Pa255 Para Aramid Twill) and Dupont Kevlar Aramid Fiber 29 Yarn.

About Gentex Dual Mirror 1095 Fabric

“Dual Mirror 1095 – PA255 Para Aramid Twill is part of the Dual Mirror aramid fabric family, woven from aramid yarns and then aluminized using our exclusive Dual Mirror aluminization process to provide infrared heat reflectivity and heat protection. Aramid fabrics are recognized for being strong and resistant to heat, flame, and abrasion.”

“Field proven for over 50 years, Gentex delivers the most durable aluminized fabrics in the industry. Each roll of Gentex Dual Mirror Aluminized Fabric is thoroughly tested and provides uncompromising function, appearance, and superior performance even in the most demanding applications.”

Gentex Dual Mirror 1095 Downloads

Product Data Sheet 

Product Line Brochure 

Product Line Card 

Product Safety Data Sheet 

About Dupont Kevlar Aramid Fiber 29 Yarn

“Kevlar® is an organic fiber in the aromatic polyamide family. The unique properties and distinct chemical composition of wholly aromatic polyamides (aramids) distinguish them—and especially Kevlar®—from other commercial, man-made fibers. Kevlar® has a unique combination of high strength, high modulus, toughness and thermal stability. It was developed for demanding industrial and advanced-technology applications.”

Kevlar Aramid Fiber Downloads

Kevlar Aramid Fiber Technical Guide