This mold is used to form ballistic gelatin to a 18L x 8H x Â 8w block.
The size of this mold is 18 inches in length, 8 inches in width, and is 9 inches in height (18L X 8W X 9H). The height of mold is one inch taller to give lead way while pouring liquid ballistic gelatin to prevent spillage. This mold will hold 30lbs of ballistic gelatin. All molds are 20 gauge galvanized steel. All exterior edges of the mold are rolled for stability and safety. All corners are weld for strength. The inner corners are round with high temperature silicon, which is heat resistant to 500F. Each mold is brushed on the exterior with high-speed steel brush. Each mold has one-inch handles to provide strength and ease of transport while wearing protective gear.
About Our Ballistics Gelatin
Clear Ballistics ballistic gelatin is a modern day ballistic gelatin, is 100% synthetic, and contains no organic materials. It has taken the place of conventional ballistic gelatin, which is 100% organic, and completely temperature unstable. It is 100% clear as glass, odorless, reusable, temperatures stable (temperatures up to 240F), and mimics human tissue 100%. It is non-toxic. Our ballistic gelatin is moldable into any shape. Our ballistic gelatin does not mold or rot. Our ballistic gelatin does not require special storage. Our entire ballistic gelatin process is batch controlled. Clear Ballistics does calibration on the gelatin with each batch, and we following the FBI protocol for ballistics testing developed for ballistic testing of human tissue.
One – Mold (18L X 8W x 9H)
One – Set melting instructions per order
One – Calibration card
Size: 18 inches in length, 8 inches in width, and 9 inches in height (18L X 8W x 9H)
Galvanized steel Brushed steel exterior Welded corners Rounded inside corners with 1 inch handles.
Clear Ballistics LLC does not guarantee ballistic gelatin will stop your projectile! HOT GEL WILL CAUSE BURNS!, DO NOT TOUCH HOT GEL UNTIL COOLED!, NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN TO TOUCH HOT GEL! GEL CAN COMBUST IF GEL TEMPERATURE EXCEEDS 250 ºF (121 ºC), REFER TO MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) FOR MORE INFORMATION