SolarFrost Window Films® Health and Safety legislation requires that the managers of schools and other Public buildings should undertake glazing surveys & risk assessment's. The risk from accidents involving glass is high. Nationally, glazing surveys of schools and other public buildings were undertaken in the 1990s and in many instances Safety Window Film was installed. Steps should also be taken to check if any existing Safety film installations have in date warranties (in most cases 7-10 years) and have not deteriorated.
" The most reasonably practicable solution is to apply a Safety window film which constitutes about one third of the cost of reglazing. Window filming is also less disruptive than reglazing. "
"Wired glass. It’s been a mainstay in public buildings in the UK for many moons. Schools, gyms, offices, factories. All places which have glass with the thinnest grey wire. We all know what it is. It’s not the nicest looking glass in the world. In fact it can be the most dangerous." Solarfrost has a range of clear Safety Film for glass that can help protect your home, office, business or school and the occupants inside. Broken glass from break-ins and other impact events can cause personal injury and property damage – and allow unwanted entries. Our window films are designed to hold glass fragments together, helping to reduce injuries from flying shards and making it more difficult to break through. Clear 100 micron safety film which can be used in the workplace to fully comply with the workplace health, safety and welfare regulations acts to bring existing glass up to British standard EN 12600 (2B2) without the need of replacing the existing glazing at a fraction of the cost.
We often get asked some common questions about our Clear Safety Film for glass:
Q. What is Safety Glass Film?
A. Clear Safety Glass Films are polyester or PET films that are applied to glass and glazing in order to hold them together if the glass is shattered.
Q. Does Window Security Film Really Work?
Q. here can i install Anti-Shatter Window Film?
Q. How to make a mirror Shatterproof?
Q. What is spontaneous Glass breakage?