Manufactured from multiple layers of polyester film, safety and security films are applied to glass to form a heavy-duty, high tensile barrier
This helps to hold shattered glass together and minimizes the risk of injury by flying shards of glass in the event of breakage. This is one of the best ways to retrofit a security blanket on the windows of a building to provide substantial protection for people and property from the dangers of broken, falling, flying, shattering or exploding glass.
All Safety and Security window films are applied by accredited installers, with installation requiring an exacting preparation of frame, glazing gaskets and glass surfaces.
Safety and Security Films deliver high-end protection, and are virtually invisible, with excellent optical clarity.
They won’t diffuse light transmission, create shadows, or discolour plus they feature a patented, resilient, scratch resistant coating to further enhance their longevity and durability.
Safety and Security film is manufactured from multiple layers of special class polyester film bonded with proprietary adhesives to form a heavy gauge, high tensile barrier, affixed to the inside surface of the glass.
Constructed to form an almost impenetrable barrier, HPWF’s Clear and Tinted Safety and Security window films, tested by the University of NSW Building Research Centre can be used to upgrade non-conforming glass to the Australian & New Zealand ‘Human Impact’ standard AS/NZS 2208.