Safety and Security Window Films can greatly reduce the threat
of injury due to flying glass in the Event of a Bombing or Explosion
the event of a bombing or explosion, a building's Achilles heel
is typically its glass surfaces. Shattered into sharp fragments
and propelled at high speeds, these glass fragments can cause
severe injury to the building's occupants. Thankfully, extensive
testing has proven that the threat of injury due to flying glass
can be greatly reduced with the use of 3M Safety and Security
Over the past 20 years, 3M Safety and Security Films have been
blast tested by various private and government agencies from Australia
to England. Windows treated with these films have been subjected
to a variety of close range explosive charges, including TNT,
pipe bombs, molotov cocktails and more. In test after test, the
protective film has demonstrated the ability to retain shattered
glass, even when the entire window has been blown out of its frame.
These tests have concluded that 3M Safety and Security Film significantly
reduces the potential of glass cut injuries. In this day and age,
it seems no building is immune to the threat of terrorism. While
heightened security cannot always prevent a building from becoming
a target of a blast, precautionary measures such as the installation
of window tinting can work to minimize the resulting damage. When
you buy 3M Safety and Security Window Films, you are backed by
the resources of one of the largest and most respected companies
in the world.
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Note: 3M security window films are known by several common
generic names, including: mylar film, glass safety film, impact
film, fragment retention film, anti-terrorism film, blast-resistant
film, glass protection film, safety film, security film, safety
and security film, blast curtain film, and shatter-resistant film.
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