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Protect Building Vulnerability With Security Film

Security film is a type of window film that is designed to increase the strength and shatter resistance of glass surfaces. It is made from a thick, clear layer of polyester or vinyl that is applied to the surface of the glass. Security film can help to hold broken glass fragments in place, preventing them from causing injury or damage. It can also help to deter forced entry and provide added safety and security for building occupants. Security film is commonly used in commercial buildings, government facilities, and other high-security areas where glass surfaces are at risk of breakage or vandalism.

Benefits of Safety and Security Film

Use security film for your home or business in impact prone areas to protect from broken/falling glass.

Use a 4-mil safety film to meet the building standard for safety glazing.

LLumar security film deters forced entry by making windows hard to penetrate, encouraging would-be intruders and thieves to seek other targets.

You hope it never happens to you, but unfortunately chemical explosions and man-made threats do affect buildings. Window film can help mitigate the damage from any blast that may take place. The film provides passive protection that works the very second a threat occurs. Shards of glass and flying debris can cause danger to people inside and outside the building. A single square foot of glass can produce up to hundreds of deadly, razor sharp fragments.

  • These safety and security films consist of multiple-layers of tough, transparent polyester and it meets or exceeds the federal government’s standards when tested to the Department of Defense, the United States Corps of Engineers and the GSA’s security criteria for bomb blasts.
  • In some cases a sealant is used which “attaches” or “anchors” the film to the glass and the frame.

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