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The Benefits of Anti-Shatter Film, Bomb Blast Film and Security Film

Sounds Expensive - Read Here for a Pleasant Surprise

Bomb blast window film is the least expensive option to offer real protection in the event of a bomb blast close to your facility.

It is highly effective. Remember that most casualties happen because of flying glass.

Seeing is Believing…

Watch the amazing video of bomb blast window film in action.

The Benefits of Window Film

Anti-shatter film, bomb blast film and security window film protect your premises, staff and possessions, but they have other benefits too.

Adds Security against Forced Entry

The bomb blast films that we recommend are extremely strong. In addition to protecting you in the event of a bomb blast, they provide an excellent measure to prevent a forced break-in and entry.

A burglar with the help of a sledge hammer would find it difficult to enter.

Protects against Accidental Collision

It happens and if you have plate/ float/ annealed/ wired glass then there is a serious risk of injury:

  • 36% of all serious accidents to minors is due to glass.
  • there are a number of alcohol-related accidents

Save Energy and Improve Productivity of Your Staff

Take advantage of bomb blast window film with all the benefits of a heat control window film.

Heat control window films typically have a payback of 3-5 years because they improve productivity of staff and make a significant saving in your energy bills.

There is a whole section of the website dedicated to heat control and solar film.

Reduce Fading of Interiors

Bomb blast film will block out about 95% of harmful UV light. UV is the largest contributor to fading.

Find out more in the section of the website dedicated to the prevention of fading.

Other Solutions Available to You

Bomb blast curtains must always be used in conjunction with bomb-resistant window film. However, the window film we use is strong enough to eliminate the need for curtains altogether. The exception is for single glazed, small paned windows in Georgian frames.

Bomb resistant secondary glazing, which we also offer, and thick laminated windows provide good protection, but are more expensive to implement and take longer to install. Usually, these are options for new builds or major refurbishments.

We can help

Call 0845 003 7260 for a no-obligation discussion about your implementation. An expert is available who is there to help you, or contact us online:

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