Wherever there is glass, there may be a requirement to protect…
The hospitality industry, serving both the business community and tourism, is an important component of a country’s infrastructure, playing an integral role in every modern society’s economy and through the very nature of its ‘open door/multi-national’ type of business is also frequently a prime target for terrorism.
With glass being the weakest part of a building structure, it is therefore the most vulnerable to breakage and shattering, not only in the event of a blast or attack, but also vandalism and riot and it is here that Filmtek has the expertise and knowledge in all manner of glass containment window film with or without the addition of anchoring.
Window film ensures clients in the hotel, restaurant, bars, pubs, clubs and others within the leisure industry have an immediate and cost-effective solution to problems they may have in relation to their building glass and glazing, such as:
Filmtek’s range of tried and tested high-tensile strength film and anchoring solutions will protect in the event of unpredictable spontaneous glass failure potentially due to nickel-sulphide inclusions within toughened glass or unseen edge damage in glass. A potential health and safety issue for all public sector clients, but one that can be solved and literally contained in place providing peace of mind and assurance that duty of care has been met 24/7. With a range of different film and anchoring solutions, we have a film and anchoring combination that will work for you and your glazing. Just give us a call to find out more.
Window film can also provide you with combined safety, security and solar control, energy saving solutions. The installation of a combined film will provide you with more than one solution in just one application.
If you would like more information regarding any of the above, or if you would like to discuss any specific requirements you may have, contact us and a member of our team will be only too pleased to help.
Click here for the latest guidance to help businesses mitigate the risk of a terror attack and limit the damage an attack might cause, which confirms the following:
“Remember that glazed doors are only as strong as their weakest point, which may be the glazing.
Many injuries involving explosive devices are caused by flying glass. Glazing protection is an important casualty reduction measure. Extensive research has been carried out on the effects of blast on glass. There are technologies that minimise the shattering effect and therefore reduce the possibility of casualties. Anti-shatter film, which holds fragmented pieces of glass together, offers a relatively cheap and rapid improvement to existing glazing.”
If you would like us to get in touch to organise a quotation, visit site or carry out a survey; discuss a project or simply to take advantage of our expertise and get our advice?
With our head office in the UK and overseas offices in Dubai, Singapore and Australia, we are the experts to contact for your projects globally.