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Bullet, implosion and splinter resistant coating for glass


The main component of the coating is a thermoplastic polyester fibre made up of polyethylene terephthalate (PET). This part-crystalline fibre is extremely strong and resistant to moulds and many chemical agents.
The coating is produced using a specific lamination process improving its resistance a considerable amount.
Using layers of PET and acrylic based adhesive responsive to pressure, it is possible to achieve extremely resistant films, which are also completely transparent. Furthermore, the film has a 98%-99% UV filter property.
The film comes with a lifelong guarantee against discolouration, peeling, cracking and delaminating.


An example of everyday application is the installation of the film at the preferred points of access for robbers (ie. windows) where the coating will form an impenetrable barrier between the robber and the house thanks to its ability to “anchor” pieces of broken window together when the glass is broken.
If used in conjunction with an alarm system and good locks, it provides an efficient protection for the house, the workplace or even industrial settings where it guarantees security by decreasing the possibility of break-ins by removing the robber’s ability of a fast and effective break in.
Moreover, it protects furniture and other valuable objects from discoloration by the sun.

Effective prevention of:

  • Damage to furniture and other objects due to broken glass
  • High repair costs of such damage
  • House insurance cost increase (i.e. this product could decrease the cost of your insurance)
  • Flesh wounds
  • Damage to the house after a window is broken due to environmental factors (rain, wind etc.)

Furthermore, it reinforces glass fixtures against damage caused by storms, strong winds, explosion pressure and shrapnel and it can resist the impact of small missiles/rockets.

By applying the film to one side of glass, it is possible to create a barrier against common bullets for hand held guns and weapons of medium calibre (cal. 9 Parabellum, 357 Magnum and 38 Special).
In fact, with a few simple applications it is possible to render car windows and any glass fixtures bullet resistant.
It is important to note that the film must be applied to form a coating on the side opposite to that of impact. This is the best way to ensure maximum resistance on impact as well as protection from any possible splintering..

Neutral glass detergent, tape measure, cutter, flexible spatula for uniform application

The film is to be applied to clean, undamaged glass with no cracks, scratches or surface damage. If the glass has already had a different type of coating applied, it needs to be removed.
Before starting, it is necessary to thoroughly clean the surface of the glass with an appropriate neutral detergent eliminating all traces of dust. To avoid the formation of condensation on the glass, all air conditioning units must be switched off.
Throughout the installation of the film onto the glass, it must NOT be exposed to direct sunlight.
To apply the film to the glass, remove the protective side of the film to reveal the adhesive side, place the adhesive side of the film to the glass and ensure the film is laid in a uniform way onto the glass surface to guarantee that there are NO air bubbles caught between the glass and film.
Once applied, the coating requires 48 hours to reach its high level of protection and strength.

1) Materials Tested: number 1 type bullet resistant film, 50cmx50cm, tested for its ballistic resistance properties to obtain certification as a bullet resistant agent.
2) Method of Testing: Carried out according to the technical program to verify the bullet resistant film’s resistance to ballistic stress as previously mentioned.
3) Results: The tests were carried out by firing the weapons against the bullet resistant coated glass from a distance of 5 meters with a speed meter at 3 meters from the point of impact.
The detailed results, from which we can conclude that the film is resistant to 1 bullet with a calibre of 9 and 3 bullets with a calibre of 375 M, are shown below.

A portion of our third-party independent testing is listed below:

Safety Impact Testing
ANSI Z97.1
CPSC, 16 CFR, Part 1201 – Category I and II – Safety Standard for Architectural
Glazing Materials

Burglary (forced impact) Testing
ULC S332-93 – Standard for Burglary Resisting Material (UL 972 equivalent)

Hurricane Resistance
Metro Dade County Test Protocol –
TAS 201-94, TAS 202-94, TAS 203-94
ASTM 1886, ASTM 1996

Bomb Blast Mitigation
GSA Level 1
GSA Level 2 (Limited)
BMAG Level 1

Bullet Resistance
UL 752-95 Level 2 - Bullet Resisting


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