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Window Safety Film (Glass Safety Film) - 60" wide
Window Safety Film / Glass Safety Film - 60 inch (152.4cm) wide rolls of film
60 inch (152.5cm) wide rolls of Window Safety Film / Glass Safety Film. These 60" wide rolls of glass safety film are available in any length from 3m long.
We do also sell narrower rolls of glass safety film - 30" (76.2cm) wide CLICK HERE TO BUY 30" WIDE ROLLS OF WINDOW SAFETY FILM / GLASS SAFETY FILM. If your windows are small enough, we recommend you have the 30" wide rolls of safety film (the delivery costs of the narrower rolls of safety film may be lower for any given area of glass to be covered and it is easier to handle).
BS6206 - our glass safety film / window safety film is tested to BS6206 Part B and EN12600
BS 6206 Part B safe breakage refers to impact performance requirements for flat safety glass and safety plastics for use use in buildings. Our window safety films (glass safety films) improve the safety of non-safety glass so they meet the requirements of BS6206 part B (BS EN 6206) and BS 12600 (BS EN12600).
This glass safety film is 4 mil / 0.1mm thickness (a mil is one thousandth of an inch).
Break Strength of window safety film - 100 pli (pounds per linear inch).
Puncture Strength of glass safety film - 65 lbs/square inch.
Peel Strength of window safety film - 5 lbs/square inch.
It may work out cheaper to buy 30" wide rolls of glass safety film / window safety film
Please note that, for small quantities, the delivery charge for 60" wide rolls of glass safety film may be more than the same area of window safety film purchased in 30 inch width (the length of the window safety film rolls makes them expensive to deliver).
We do also sell narrower rolls of window safety film - 30" (76.2cm) wide (click here to buy 30" wide rolls of glass window safety film) - the delivery costs are lower for these for any given area of glass to be covered.
Glass safety film (safety window film) - information for businesses
How safe is your glass? Existing glass is your premises or home may not have been made to existing building regulations - i.e. it may not be safety glass. Anyone running a business needs to be aware of regulations governing glazing safety. This applies to all kinds of businesses from shops to childminders' homes.
To comply with Health & Safety Executive recommendations, glass in certain locations must be made impact safe - HSE information about glass safety. Glass in these areas must protect against injury from broken glass. Safety window film (glass safety film) is a cost-effective way of upgrading existing glazing to HSE requirements.
Glass safety film - more information
Ordinary glass is dangerous, particularly at low level, as it breaks into larger jagged pieces, which could cause serious injury. Building Regulations require safety glass to be fitted in glazed doors, side panels and areas below 800mm in height (approx 2ft 7 in) in new homes.
Safety glass is specially made to break safely, i.e. glass which breaks in a way that does not result in large sharp pieces, reducing the risk of injury.
Laminated and toughened glass are the two main types of safety glass. If you cannot afford to replace the glass then a purpose made glass safety film will retain broken parts in one piece. Dont forget that safety glass should also be fitted in furniture such as cupboards, dressers, tabletops etc., or add glass safety film to such glass.
Hampshire County Council has fairly concise information about replacement glass and glazing
Our glass safety film / window safety film is tested to BS6206 Part B and EN12600
BS6206 Part B safe breakage refers to the safe breakage of non-safety glass. Our window safety film (glass safety film) meets the requirements of BS 6206 part B and EN12600.
Tools needed to apply the glass window safety film
To apply the glass safety film / window safety film you will need the following:
Rubber squeegee (you may already have one of these in your car for cleaning your windscreen).
Razor blade type window scraper (like the one in the picture).
Trimming knife (e.g. Stanley knife type).
Straight edge (helps with cutting).
Fluff-free soft cloth.
You will also need a bowl filled with a wetting solution (1 teaspoon full of normal washing up detergent to 1 litre of cold water) and a sponge to apply it. Alternatively a spray bottle can be used to apply the detergent solution.
Full instructions for installation come with the window safety film / glass safety film.
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