Supplying armour plate steel to Australia’s defence forces

Australia’s defence forces have long chosen BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel for its strength and reliability.

Bisalloy Steels is proud to support and partner closely with Australia’s defence industry.

We work with leaders in science and technology to deliver truly innovative and tailored product solutions and services.

We developed the BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel plate for the Australian Submarine Corporation. They used it for the hulls of Australia’s 6 Collins Class submarines.

Quality armour steel plate

BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel plate has won international acclaim for its strength, weldability and toughness.

Offering outstanding quality, BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel is the first choice in defence applications in Australia and around the world.

Our BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel is specified for use in:

• Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC)
• Light Armoured Vehicles (LAV)
• The Bushmaster Infantry Mobility Vehicles in Australia.

The many applications of BISALLOY® ARMOUR

We not only support manufacturers of armoured vehicles, we also supply BISALLOY® ARMOUR steel to:

• police
• military forces
• government
• corporations.

There are many applications for BISALLOY® ARMOUR. It is used in:

• security vehicles
• training facilities
• security booths
• splinter boxes
• embassy ‘safe rooms’
• and many other applications.

Learn more about BISALLOY® ARMOUR

We produce a wide range of defence and civil application grades, but for security reasons, we only publish limited details.

If you would like more information about BISALLOY® ARMOUR, contact us today.


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