Our secutity glazing is designed to be secure against many forms
of attack and affords branch personnel protection from flying
glass, bricks, and other types of intrusion like chemical sprays,
The system is made from a tough polymer which is up to 250 times
stronger than glass and is mounted in a special frame which will
sustain repeated attack with heavy blunt instruments like hammers,
bricks, dustbins, beer barrels and pointed instruments like knives,
spikes and chemical sprays.
Security glazing units can be either clear for non-obstructed
vision (ideal for high street facing windows and public areas)
or diffused for privacy (ideal for windows around cash dispensing
machines and 'behind the counter' areas where public view from
outside is not desirable).
Abrasion resistant (if required) where public or personnel traffic
may lead to minor scratches becoming unsightly over short/medium
period of time.
Blends in to the fabric of the building so as to be hardly noticeable
giving a sense of openness and comfort whilst offering security
without the prison effect of bars. It is also architecturally
acceptable to many planning authorities in designated buildings.
The units can be easily fitted, either directly to the window
frame or using a stout wooden 'sub-frame' by our trained personnel
with minimum disruption to the branch operations and can be removed
for decoration etc.