Wiindow Film – Enhancing Glass Performance
Wherever there is glass, there may be a requirement to protect..
Window film installation to your building’s existing glazing is a valuable investment that offers immediate benefits to building owners, property, estates and facilities management teams, without disruption to the activities of your building, its occupants and business activities and notably without the expense and disruption of re-glazing.
Window film will provide you with an immediate, cost-effective solution to many problems associated with glass and glazing, including:
- Window film reduces the heat entering a building through glass providing a more comfortable working environment and potentially increased productivity.
- Window film reduces glare without the need for blinds which increase heat, require cleaning and also stop light transmission and the view through your glazing.
- Window film provides heat gain reduction for comfort control and reduced energy use.
- Window film can also enhance building aesthetics.
Choosing the right window film for the job, to meet or even exceed your requirements and expectations, whilst also taking into account your existing glass and glazing system and any potential film to glass compatibility or access issues there may be, you can be reassured that Filmtek’s team of experts with their extensive knowledge in all areas of product and materials, glass and glazing systems, workplace health and safety, quality, environmental and project management requirements, will provide you with assured product quality installed by our team of highly experienced installation and project management teams.
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Click here which is the latest guidance to help businesses mitigate the risk of a terror attack and limit the damage an attack might cause, 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.”
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