Works as both a privacy film and a safety film. Width: 152cm
Privacy: Renders glass opaque, preventing vision either way during the day and at night.
Safety: 152 micron film holds dangerous shards in place when the glass shatters. Upgrades your glass to BS6206 Class B (see our section on relevant regulations below).
Fit on internal face of windows in offices, commercial buildings, playgroups, crèches and private residences.
Manufactured using an advanced ultra-transparent polyester just a few microns thick, with an anti-abrasive (anti-scratch) coating and resistance to discolouration.
10 year warranty against peeling, cracking and demetallization of the film.
Please note: This is only available in increments of 1m
- Allows 57% of visible light through
- Reduces the sun's heat by 33%
- Reduces the sun's glare by 39%
- Reduces damaging UV light by 95%
|Clear single glazed || YES|
|Tinted single glazed|| YES|
|Clear double glazed ||YES|
|Tinted double glazed ||YES|
|Low-E double glazed ||YES|
|Clear laminated single glazed ||YES|
|Clear laminated double glazed ||YES|
It is a legal requirement to have all relevant existing glazing made impact-safe and be so marked.
In addition the Building Regulations BS 6262 Part 4, Safety, Human Impact states that:
- Every window or glazed area in a wall, partition, door, or gate shall be of safety material or be protected against breakage -ie, it should not break on impact or should break safely.
- Safety glazing material must meet BS 6206 Class B in doors and side panels over 900mm wide, and Class C in those less than 900mm wide. Low level glazing must meet a minimum of BS 6206 Class C.
- This entails the use of laminated, toughened or safety-wired glass, or plastic glazing sheet that meet BS 6206, or glass with plastic film applied so that the pane of glass with the film meets BS 6206 Class A or B.
- Existing glazing must also be appropriately marked or featured so as to make it apparent and thus avoid the risk of collision because it is not properly visible.
- In particular, large uninterrupted areas of glazing where people might reasonably think they can walk straight through.
Which glazing is affected?
'Critical locations' is the term given to describe of internal and external walls, doors and partitioning which are of primary concern in terms of glazing safety. These areas are depicted here and described in the two categories below:
Critical locations are:
Between the finished floor level and 1500mm (shoulder height) above that level in doors, and in side panels which fall within 300mm of either edge of the door.
Between the finished floor level and 800mm (waist height) above that level in the case of walls, partitions and windows.
It is important to note that any part of a glass pane affected must meet the requirements in its entirety and not just in the relevant section.
Matt White - looking out from inside
Matt White - looking in from outside