Who is Aholdtech?

Aholdtech is renowned for strong ballistic engineering, our chief bulletproof materials specialist comes from Israel. We are dedicated to constant evaluation of new high-performance materials and their application to ballistic science.
Our passion: In research and development has resulted in increased levels of protection while reducing product weight.
Certificated products: At present, all our products have passed the NIJ 0101.06 standard test, and our company has also passed ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Standard.

Are these bulletproof products tested?

Yes. The bulletproof products were submitted to H.P. White & NTS-Chesapeake Laboratories, an NIJ approved testing facility, for testing. You can view the summary of that report. They were manufactured using DSM PE and comply with ISO9001:2015 for quality control.

Does your company accept OEM/ODM orders?

Welcome OEM/ODM orders. We have advanced producing equipment for all products of our categories. We could put your logo on our hot-sale model or help you producing orders when you meet toughissues. We assist our value customer to design and develop their products by standing on the Creativity & Innovative foot. We manufacture the products of our customer with Quality Assurance, Delivery Accuracy & Cost Effectiveness.

What’s material for making a bulletproof helmet?

Bulletproof helmets are divided into metal, non-metal, metal and non-metal composite according to the material of helmet shell. In addition to old-style steel helmets, the main materials for making bulletproof helmets are polyethylene fiber and aramid. Polyethylene fiber helmets are more lightweight.

Can bulletproof helmet against rifle bullets?

Bulletproof helmets mainly protect against pistol bullets and shrapnel. At present, we have developed the Enhanced Combat Helmet that can withstand M80 bullets (7.62*51mm) at a long distance. If you have needs and questions, you can contact us: info@aholdtech.com

How many types of our bulletproof helmet?

Type of Bulletproof Helmet







Personnel Armor System for Ground Troops

Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight polyethylene(UHMW-PE)


Available in colors and patterns for the SWAT teams, Marine Corps MARPAT, UN Peacekeeping forces.

Protects wearer from shrapnel and ballistic projectiles.

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Modular Integrated Communications

Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight polyethylene(UHMW-PE)


Available in camouflage patterns of Cyre MultiCAM, USMC MARPAT, U.S. Army UCP.

Protects wearer from handgun shots.

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High Cut/Maritime Cut/ATE

Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight polyethylene(UHMW-PE)


Available in colors such as foliage green, urban tan, MultiCAM, black, desert MARPAT, etc.

Designed for Maritime special operations.

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Enhanced Combat Helmet

Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight polyethylene(UHMW-PE)


Colors and patterns are same as PASGT and MICH.

Provides enhanced protection from rifle rounds and fragmentation.

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Are these bulletproof helmets tested?

Yes. The helmets were submitted to H.P. White & NTS-Chesapeake Laboratories, an NIJ approved testing facility, for testing. In that test, the helmets were not penetrated when tested at NIJ-STD-0106.01. You can view the summary of that report. They were manufactured using DSM PE and comply with ISO9001:2015 for quality control.

What are our bulletproof plates made of?

Polyethylene (PE) and Ceramic because it provides better protection and usage. Pure polyethylene on all NIJ IIIA and lower ratings.

Are the bulletproof plate multi-hit capable?

Yes, all plates are tested for a minimum of one round per NIJ standards.  Though, it does depend on the type of round and type of armor.

How much do your bulletproof plates weigh?

They are all different. Our NIJ III bulletproof plates are less than the 6+ pound standard.  A lot lighter than steel plates and lighter than kevlar.

What is the best way to put on a bulletproof vest?

The first time you put on a bulletproof vest you should adjust the straps exactly as you want them. Make sure the bottom of the vest is where your navel is located. That will allow you to sit down and stand up all day in comfort while still protecting your vital areas. After you have your vest adjusted, you only have to undo one of the side straps to get the vest on and off.

What level of protection did you choose for your vest and why?

We choose a NIJ Level IIIA (3A) bulletproof vest. This is the highest level you will find in soft armor. Our level IIIA (3A) bulletproof vest will protect you from almost all handgun rounds. It is tested for rounds up to a .44 Magnum. 

How long does a bulletproof vest last?

The generally accepted length of service is 5 years.

What is your ballistic material made from?

Our ballistic panels are made from Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE or High Strength Polyethylene). Most bulletproof vest manufacturers have moved beyond into stronger materials and so have we.