Secure with AGT anti-shatter window film

Secure with AGT anti-shatter window film

Advanced Glass Technology (AGT) offers anti-shatter window film and glass anchoring systems to protect building occupants and property in the event of natural disaster, public disturbance or a bomb blast.

AGT's clear anti-shatter films already protect government, United Nations, embassy, corporate, and commercial buildings across the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the UK. These films provide an effective and immediate retro-fit solution to glass doors and windows.

Flying glass shards often cause more damage to people and property than the explosion or disaster itself. The anti-shatter film binds these shards of glass together, eliminating the danger of broken glass.

Not only will the anti-shatter film help in the event of a disaster by minimising risk from breaking glass but it also offers an extra level of security from break-ins – by preventing or delaying the breaking of glass to gain entry to a building.

For higher risk environments AGT offers anchoring and edge protection systems, which provide further protection from flying or falling glass.

Combining the strength and elasticity of AGT's anti-shatter window film with an edge retention or anchoring system will significantly increase safety and security in buildings where additional bomb blast protection is required. The combination of these two technologies is also important for overhead glass installations where there's a high risk of falling shards of glass.

All AGT protective films are GSA, ISO and BSEN approved and are guaranteed against delamination, cracking, and adhesive failure for 10 years.

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