Sacrificial/Protective window film application.
Scratch Guard (window film)
Scratch Guard is a clear protective film developed to protect your property from vandals.
This exclusive window film is one of our most popular applications and acts as a sacrificial barrier for etching and graffiti. It has excellent resistance to acid attack, scratching and gouging. There are prime areas in every part of the Country that are continually coming under attack from vandals. Constantly renovating glass can prove costly, that is why we recommend Scratch Guard. It can be applied to many types of glass including all forms of public transport and most smooth surfaces and will help to hold the glass in the event of harsh impact. By using this system you will be reducing your costs and will be able to control vandalism on your property. All of our films can be re-applied as often as is necessary.
Solar Guard (window film)
Glass is a major aesthetic feature in buildings in recent years but looks can be deceptive and glass can bring certain problems.
An increased amount of solar heat enters buildings, particularly conservatories, which often result in discomfort and the need for expensive artificial cooling systems. Solar glare often causes problems especially for I T departments.
Key benefits: 80% solar heat rejection - 95% glare reduction - Minimises danger of flying glass - Reduces injury from personal impact - Creates visual security and privacy - Energy saving - Maintains view and natural light levels - Reduces interior fading.
Armour Guard (window film)
Armour Guard protective film can be applied to any area where safety and security is of paramount importance. E g, the inside of ALL public transport windows and public, domestic buildings. It holds glass together when it shatters, minimising the dangers of flying glass, reducing interior damage and associated clean up costs.
Armour Guard has been vigorously tested and complies with all international safety/security standards.
Glass is most hazardous when shattered. When this happens millions of tiny fragments and cutting slivers endanger lives and damage property.
Facts about glass:
4 out of 10 successful burglars gain access through glazing.
One jagged splinter of glass travelling at 40 metres per second is enough to kill or badly maim in an explosion.
Flying glass will cause 90% of injuries resulting from shattering on impact.
Accidents involving glass account for 36% of severe injuries.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements. Demonstrations can be arranged.
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