Core Matrix TechnologyTM

Reduces weight and improves ballistic performance while enhancing flexibility and comfort with Core Matrix TechnologyTM.

What is Core Technology?

  • Patented 3-Dimensional fabric technology
  • Multiple plies of ballistic fabric are constructed into this 3D format by infusing staple fiber in the “Z” direction
  • The infusion of staple fiber in the “Z” direction results in:
  • A much more stable fabric structure that provides:
    • Improved dissipation of energy in the X/Y plane of the impact
    • Enhanced ballistic resistance with the introduction of a compression factor of fiber in the “Z” direction
    • Reduced blunt force trauma

What Does Core Look Like?

  • The woven ballistic fabric is covered with a layer of ballistic grade fiber batting
  • Multiple layers of woven ballistic fabric
  • Using non-aggressive barbed needles, the fibers are infused through the fabric (“Z” direction)

How Does it Work?

The “infusion” of staple fiber in the “Z” direction results in:

  • A much more stable fabric structure
  • Improved dissipation of energy in the X/Y coordinates of the impact
  • Enhanced ballistic resistance with the introduction of a “compression factor” of fiber in the “Z” direction

Soft Armor Applications

  • Soft and hard armor
  • Bomb blankets
  • Ballistic shields
  • Cockpit door security
  • Fragmentation containment

To learn more about our soft armor ballistic applications, check out our Enhanced Ballistics Material Guide or contact us today!


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