Safety Window Film is a self-adhesive material designed to make glass shatter proof. We have a range of films to suit all purposes, including health and safety requirements at work or in public places. Our glass safety films come by the metre or can be ordered cut to your exact measurements.Read More
When it comes to glass, safety is always a concern especially in busy public areas or when children are concerned. our products are designed to mitigate the risks of injury as a result of broken glass or collision with glass. Our Clear Safety Window Film is ideal to upgrade existing glass which doesn't meet safety requirements in public buildings like schools and hospitals for instance. It is also popular with home owners with young children, and can be used on windows or glass table tops for example. Our thicker 175 Micron safety film, also known as Bomb Blast Film, is designed for large panes of glass on public buildings where there might be a threat of terrorism, or the risk of an explosion (near a factory for instance). The film is designed to prevent the glass from shattering and causing further damage or injury. Frosted Safety Film is a combination frosted and safety film for where privacy is a requirement. Mirror safety film is designed to be applied to the back of mirrors to make them shatter proof. Ideal for gyms, dance studios and hotels with large mirrors. We also offer a combination Safety Reflective Film for added heat and glare control.
Safety window film is a self adhesive polyester film which allows you to temper your own glass. It is thicker than normal window film and is designed to hold broken glass together in case of accidental breakage. It is 100% clear and therefore doesn't affect the appearance or the view through the glass.
Protective window film is mostly used on windows and glazed doors, but can also be used on glass table tops, cabinet doors, or any glazed areas in critical areas. Safety film is widely used to upgrade existing glass to meet health and safety standards in public buildings like schools and hospitals, offices and business premises (Regulation 14 of the Workplace Regulations 1992). Applying safety window film is much more cost effective than replacing the glass in your windows and doors with tempered or toughened glass, making it an environmentally friendly option.
The process of applying protective film to glass is very simple and very straight forward especially on smaller panes of glass. All you need is soapy water and a stiff squeegee. Take a minute to watch our video tutorial.
Our safety films are manufactured to EU standards and therefore will fulfill the purpose they were designed for which is mainly to avoid broken glass from hurting people.
No it doesn't. There is to our knowledge no type of film which will make glass bullet proof. Bullet proof glass is factory made with layers of toughened glass interspersed with layers of thick clear film, so not something that can be recreated with DIY products.