All of our glass safety film upgrades glass and glazing to BS 6206 and BSEN 12600, to meet Building Regulations N1- Regulation 14.
The Building Regulations K4 state if- Glazing, with which people are likely to come into contact whilst moving in or about the building, shall:
(a) if broken on impact, break in a way which is unlikely to cause injury; or (b) resist impact without breaking; or (c) be shielded or protected from impact. High-risk glass is identified as glass in doors and door side panels, glass where a fall can occur after an impact and also any low-level glass as children are especially venerable.
The solution is to either remove and re-glaze (expensive and disruptive) or have high-quality and cost-effective clear safety film applied with little disruption to staff and routines within a building.
Certified window safety films will upgrade the existing glass in situ, to reinforce glass and retain dangerous shards in the event of breakage, enabling you to conform to current glazing regulations and provide safety protection to occupants.
- Upgrades Glass to BS 6206- European glass impact test
- Can be applied with little disruption to staff and routines within a building
- Superb optical clarity for no-compromise vision
- Increases protection from glass that is shattered
- Substrate compatibility with glass, mirrors, plastic or acrylic surfaces