The FAA Releases Part 107 Rules, Expanding Haag’s Ability to...

The FAA Releases Part 107 Rules, Expanding Haag’s Ability to Use Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Tim Marshall Presents at NTWC (April 6) and FERMILAB 2017 (Apr...

Join Tim Marshall for 2 speaking engagements

Haag's Tim Marshall honored to be chosen for TWIRL Research Pr...

Haag's Tim Marshall honored to be chosen for TWIRL Research Project

Large & Small Missile Testing

Using our IBL-8 and IBL-9, Haag launches small missiles (steel balls) and large missiles (2x4s) into building materials to simulate airborne debris impacts. We impact exterior doors, windows, skylights, masonry, siding, etc., to test resistance to airborne debris during high wind events.

 IAS Accredited for Large and Small Missile Impacting standards:

  1. ASTM E1886-05—Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, Doors, and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials
  2. ASTM E1996-12a—Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, Doors, and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes
  3. ICC SSTD Test Standard, SSTD 12-99—SBCCI Test Standard for Determining Impact Resistance from Windborne Debris
  4. FBC Testing Application Standard (TAS) 201-94—Impact Test Procedure

See Haag's IBL-9 (large missiles) in action:

And, our IBL-8 (small missiles- steel balls) in action: