ASTM F Standard Test Method for Security Glazing Materials and Systems. Table 1: ASTM F Main-Force/Forced-Entry Test Sequences. Test Sequences for Each Class of Security Glazing. Test Implement, Class I, Class II, Class III. Standard Document: United States: ASTM F Source: Table 1 Ballistic Criteria. Note: A test sample must pass all parts of a particular standard. i.e. part 1 .
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