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Security Window Protection Films

Prevent Smash and Grab with Security Window Film and Safety Window  Film

Solar Gard Armorcoat Safety Window Films & Security Window Protection Films

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Solar Gard Armorcoat Safety Window Films

Solar Gard Armorcoat safety films help keep shattered glass intact and protect building occupants. Anything from a stray golf ball to severe weather can send dangerous shards of glass flying, subjecting people and property to serious damage, injury or worse. Armorcoat safety films help keep dangerous shards together on impact, whether due to accidents, acts of nature, attempted break-ins, vandalism or bomb blasts.

 

Solar Gard Armorcoat Insures Privacy and Provides Safety

From severe weather and terrorism to burglary and vandalism, threats to human safety and property these days are on the rise. Which is exactly why the extra layer of protection that Armorcoat safety and security window films provide is such a valuable addition to your building. Specially designed to absorb shock and hold shattered glass in place, Armorcoat not only protects people from flying
shards, but also provides a barrier against break-ins, bomb blasts, looting and interior damage. Additionally, even without breakage, glass windows are defenseless against a host of new, information-gathering technologies, which can be used to rob a company of its intellectual property and secure data.

Solar Gard Armorcoat safety and security window films offer the most complete package of protection available against these glass related threats. Consider it invisible peace of mind. With a simple professional installation, your facility can go from potential disaster  target to a fortress of safety for your employees, property and information.

 

Available in clear and solar control versions and in thickness ranging from 4 to 14 Mil (100 to 350 microns).

Armorcoat films have passed intense government and consumer testing, and are approved by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).

Architectural Safety Glazing Testing
CFR Title 16 CPSC Part 1201 Category I and II
ANSI Z 97.1 Unlimited
British Standard 6202 A, B and C
South African Bureau Standards 1263-2
Australian/New Zealand AS/NZ 2208
Ballistics Resistance
H.P. White Laboratory HP-TP-0500.02

Wind Loading/Pressure Resistance
ASTM E 330: National Certified Testing Laboratory

Wind Borne Debris
Miami-Dade County Protocol PA 201 and PA 203
Southern Building Code Congress, International (SBCCI) SSTD
12-99 100 MPH Wind Zone, Large Missile Impact and Cycling

Insulated Glass Testing
ASTM E-330 AND E-774

Toxicity/Combustion Hazard
New York State Uniform Fire Building Code Article #15: Part 1120

Burglar Resistance
ASTM-1233 – Level 1
German DIN 52-290 A1 Rating

Fire Resistance
ASTM E-84 – Smoke and Flame Spread Index
ASTM D-1929 – Ignition Characteristics

Puncture Resistance
ASTM D-4830

Blast Resistance
W.B.E. #817-001, ASTM F-1642

Safety Glazing

These standards test the break safe characteristics 
of glass specifically for human impact. ANSI Z 97.1
CPSC CFR 1201, AS 2208 and EN 12600.

 

Bomb Blast

These standards are to test the performance of 
glazing when subjected to various blast pressures. 
Standards that apply include GSA TS01-2003, 
ASTM 1642-96 and ISO 16933.

 

Fire

These standards are to test the performance of 
building materials when exposed to fire and heat. 
Standards that apply include ASTM E 84, ASTM D 
1929 and CSTB M1.

 

Natural Disaster

These tast standards determine the performance 
of windows, doors, and imapct protective systems 
impacted by various sized missiles and subsequent 
cycle pressure. Standards that apply include ASTM 
1886/1996.

 

Intrusion/Burglary Resistance

Burglary resistance standards evaluate a products 
ability to resist forced entry. Standards that apply 
include EN 356.

 

Earthquake or Seismic Events

Although there are no specific standards written 
for seismic events, there has been testing done 
to measure the performance of glazing during 
these events.

 


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