SunBloc security films are available for applications that require just shatter resistance and not the heat rejection associated with the SunBloc ceramic films. Security films are made of thicker polyester and stronger adhesive. While the multiple layers of polyester are designed to be resistant to impact and tearing, the main role of security films is to hold glass together. In the event of natural disasters such as earthquakes and storms, SunBloc security films are not a guarantee that glass won’t fall out nor get damaged. Security films are also neither bulletproof nor bombproof.
By holding glass together, security films help protect people from shards of glass that are released upon impact and breakage. Its effectiveness against damage depends on the strength of impact, but at the very least, it will help prevent serious injuries.
Security films are measured in terms of mils. One mil is equivalent to one-thousandth of an inch, or 10-3 inches. While typical window film thicknesses range from 1.5 to 2 mils, SunBloc security films can go as high as 14 mils.
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