InVeris’ Air-SpaceCeiling System is comprised of mixed layered panelsstrategically engineered to contain a misdirected round while decreasing sound levels
SRP provides ballistic protection from errant rounds striking concrete floors. It stops a round from hitting the SRP flooring and contains it inside the rubber material. Shock and noise absorbent, the slip-resistant SRP panels will not deteriorate and can be used in outdoor locations
To reduce the shooter’s risk of injury, InVeris’ Air-Space Ceiling System is comprised of mixed layered panels strategically engineered to contain a misdirected round via the wood facing, containing them within the air space chamber after striking the steel backing plate. This prevents the bullet from exiting the panel or returning to the open range area. The air-space panels are suspended horizontally from the ceiling structure starting at the firing line and extending downrange the distance desired—specific to the customer’s range design.
Suspended from the ceiling at prescribed angles to the floor, baffle intervals are determined by ceiling height, range length and shooting activity.