Our HEA Logger ballistic window for excavators, protects operators from flying debris that may be encountered while on the job. These innovative windows were designed by contractors who operate heavy equipment and have been tested using ballistic standards. Ballistic Logger style windows are UL752 rated, level 1 ballistic polycarbonate window. Our windows can withstand a ballistic attack, unlike the windows that originally come with your equipment. The Logger style windows are mounted to the machine using the factory locations on the front of the cab.
The Ballistic style logger window fits current CAT C, D, E, F, and Next Gen Model Cabs. Step-up the safety on your excavator with a UL752 Level 1 ballistic bolt-on window. Regardless of what you are operating you can feel secure in knowing there is a 3/4” bullet resistant door in place, to help protect your BIGGEST ASSET – YOU!
The ballistic front excavator windows are designed with a unique fitment. They are bonded to a steel frame and are not milled and drilled out. This design makes them less susceptible to flex and micro-fractures. Ballistic excavator windows are currently available for most CAT C, D, E, F, and Next Gen excavators. The product line is continually expanding and will be available for other makes and models of equipment.
Be Aware. Not All Polycarbonate Is Created Equal.
The Logger Ballistic Window for excavators is bonded to a steel frame to make it flex less an is not been drilled or milled making it less susceptible to micro-fractures. Unlike other "heavy impact excavator windows", the Logger Window is rated to withstand a ballistic attack and is designed to install with your factory window components. Regardless of the industry your machine may be in, it's time to put real protection in place for you and your operators!
*Bullet resistant does not mean “bullet proof”, the Level 1 polycarbonate installed in the Logger Ballistic Window is rated to withstand a ballistic attack from a 124 grain, 9mm FMJ lead core projectile from 15 feet with a shot spacing of 4 inches. This test is performed in a controlled environment at varying temperatures as low as -26 F and as high as 120 F (outside temperature).