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A Groundbreaking Sealant for Long-Lasting Transparent Armor Protection

Luna Labs has developed an innovative polyurethane sealant specifically designed for transparent armor (TA), offering a durable and environmentally friendly solution.


This groundbreaking sealant not only reduces maintenance and lifecycle costs for the US Marine Corps but also addresses the economic challenges posed by current TA sealants on the market.


Luna Labs’ solvent and contaminant-free formulation provides superior performance, significantly extending the lifespan of TA.  Unlike existing sealants, this sealant minimizes delamination, ensuring long-lasting durability. Furthermore, this solution surpasses the rigorous testing requirements of ATPD-2352, successfully completing 12 cycles on TA coupons.


Luna Labs Glasslock™ Potting Sealant

Affordable to make at scale.

Easy to use.

Durable and environmentally friendly.

The US Military faces a common problem with the relatively short lifespan of TA, which tends to delaminate within 3 to 4 years. This delamination issue not only incurs substantial costs but also hampers vehicle readiness. In fact, TA is often cited as the most unreliable component on military platforms.


Considering the high cost of replacement, the Marine Corps alone spends an estimated $15M to $20M annually to address delamination-related issues.

Features and Benefits

Low material costs offer economical solution.

Contaminants and solvent free.

No refrigeration required.

Easy to apply.

Demonstrated in relevant environment (testing under ATPD-2352).


Our transparent armor sealant is available for purchase by contacting us here.


Luna Labs is also interested in partnerships and collaborative research and development.

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