Security window films
Modern people are surrounded by glass constructions everywhere – partitions, windows, doors, showcases, glass roofs, interior parts, furniture.
Glass has the greatest properties to transmit light and protect from wind, but it has one drawback – fragility. Breaking the glass creates sharp chips, which can cause serious injury.
Glass is glass
We offer a solution to the problem of glass fragility – applying LLumar films to existing glass structures. The film increases the mechanical strength of glass up to 20 times and prevents glass fragments from breaking. Depending on the required degree of protection, films of different thickness (50 to 400 microns) are applied.
Robbery and vandalism
Fires & explosions
Terrorism is known to have no territorial or racial boundaries. The annual damage from terrorist acts and technogenic explosions is tens of billions of dollars. Many experiments show that 80% of the damage from an explosion is caused by broken glass.
One solution is to use a film of 200 μm and thicker, in case of an explosion 95% of the rubble remains on the film. This saves lives and minimizes losses. An example is the fact that all windows of US embassies and NATO facilities are necessarily covered with a protective film. There is a similar national program in Russia and European countries.
The main reason for the rapid spread of fire is the free entry of air through the windows. From the temperature the glasses break and dissolve, giving oxygen aisle indoors.
The applied protective film increases the fire resistance of the glass, thus increasing the fire resistance of the glass up to 10-15 minutes. This gives time to evacuate people and valuables.
Standards & Tests
LLumar protective films have been tested in laboratories in the USA, Great Britain, Germany and Russia. The test results showed that LLumar films outperform their competitors’ analogue films in terms of parameters. Below you can see the standards we have achieved.
CPSF CFT 1201 category 1, BS6206 A; EN12600 Class 2B
CPSF CFT 1201 category 1, BS6206 A; EN12600 Class 1B
ANSI Z97.1, EN12600 Class 1B, BS6206 B
ANSI Z79.1, EN12600 Class 1B, BS6206 B
DIN 55290 Part 4
GOST P51136-98 A1
DIN 55290 Part 4(ANTI-BANDIT)
GOST P51136-98 A1, A2
Glass with film
|Baseball bat||Hit through with 8-10 blows||Beat through with 1 blow|
|Explosion wave at a distance of 3 m (equivalent to 150 g of trotyl)||The glass shattered, but the fragments remained in the frame or the glass fell without shattering||The glass fragments fly within a radius of 15m with lethal force.|
|The bottle with the igniting mixture is thrown from a distance of 7.7 m.||The bottle shatters against the glass, the mixture lights up, but within 30 minutes fire is not inside the room.||The bottle shatters the glass and the mixture lights up inside the room|
|Grenade F-1 thrown from a distance of 7.5 m.||The grenade bounces off the glass and explodes on the outside.||The grenade penetrates the glass and explodes inside the room|
|Shooting from a pistol from a distance of 15 m.||The probability of hitting the target is 0.00156||Probability of hitting the target - 0.99|