In this day and age at any moment, windows can shatter, whether the cause be natural disaster, riot attacks, terrorism, explosions or violent smash and grab crime.
The results are always the same – sharp fragments of broken glass injuring personnel and causing damage to property.
Our range of safety film laminated to existing glass, greatly reduces the risk of severe injury from flying glass and can withstand tremendous impact from missiles or explosions.
These safety film products are available in scratch resistant coatings in various gauges, are transparent, tinted or reflective and have been applied to many thousands of major buildings in South Africa, by Klingshield.
A rock crashes through your window hurling deadly shards of glass across a crowded floor.
It is not enough to protect your business with the most sophisticated alarm system or strongest locks.
Unless you reinforce the weakest link in your defence, your windows and glass doors, your company could be susceptible to a number of calamities.
You could be liable for damaged or stolen merchandise, or worse, expensive medical bills could arise for injuries on your property.
A 23 year old Sandton woman died instantly when an object smashed through her car windscreen and hit her in the face, police report. Joy Downie Strachan of Gordon Road, Linbro Park, was a passenger in a car travelling from Johannesburg to Potchefstroom police said. Shorty before 1pm, about 15kms outside Potchefstroom, a bakkie and trailer passed the car.
An unidentified object was apparently lifted by the trailer’s wheel and flung through the car windscreen and out of the rear window. Mrs. Downie Strachan died instantly. The driver of the car was treated for shock.
Klingshield’s double thick and triple laminate safety films hold shattered glass in place if a window pane or glass door is broken.
It maintains a barricade between a burglar, your store and your home, which discourages break-ins.
It protects property and merchandise from glass debris, which saves you money.
More important, Klingshield safety film protects people from flying fragments, which saves lives. Imagine an invisible curtain of steel drawn over your windows. A good idea of how it safeguards your employees and customers from disaster.
Events have once again highlighted the need from bomb protection. This time the terror mongers were not so successful.
Klingshield’s plastic film on the glass in the area of the blast, prevented death and disfigurement caused by flying glass.
Are you protected?
Although the explosive device might not be placed in your building, a nearby blast will blow out the windows, glass doors and display cases over a wide area. You owe it to yourself, your key personnel and staff to ensure shock proven safety film on all exposed glass surfaces.