Security Window Film: High-Tech Protection Against Bomb Attacks In Austin

Protecting Austin Public Spaces From Bomb Blasts With Window Films

We all know that Austin is a great place to call home and a fairly safe city too. But there is not a single one of us who does not remember the terror during the Austin bombings last year. It is all to clear to us that terrorists do not discriminate in their attacks and sadly we saw first hand the damage that can be done by someone looking to do a community harm. It is more clear now than ever that as a city we must hope for the best but definitely prepare for even worse attacks than we saw. The way to do this is for commercial building owners and public building managers to consider a sound strategy and precautionary steps to keep our community safe like installing bomb blast window film. Stadiums, schools, transit stations and retail centers are all places bomb blast window film would well serve and mean a safer Austin for us all.

What Is Bomb Blast Window Film?

At Austin Window Film we are proud to carry a full line of high-tech security window films, including bomb blast window film as well. This type of powerful films works by reinforcing glass windows and doors and making them resistant even to the powerful force of a bomb. However, there is more to it than just film. Bomb blast films get their strength by being used in coordination with two key elements: a proprietary adhesive called C-Bond and specialty window frames. C-Bond is a cutting-edge adhesive that is actually nano-engineered to make glass more flexible and stronger on a molecular level. While the specialty window framing systems are incredibly effective at holding the glass firmly in place during a blast and providing one of the highest levels of bomb protections available.

How Does Bomb Blast Window Film Protect From Austin Bombs?

When a bomb is detonated, shards of glass (even-tempered glass) explode out and hurt/ kill innocent bystanders. Casualties and injuries from flying glass, in fact, are the most common from a bomb. The reason for this is–pieces of glass are lethally propelled and become thousands of deadly weapons that are devastating to human life. However, with bomb blast window film, C-Bond, and specialty window frames, the glass is kept adhered to the bomb blast film and does not explode outward to maim and kill. This seemingly simple precaution cuts down significantly on the devastation of a bomb attack, reducing deaths and injuries and ultimately making Austin a safer place to live.

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Window Film Austin For Your Bomb Blast Film Needs

Here at Window Film Austin, we take our job of keeping Austin safe very seriously. We offer a huge array of the very best safety films on the market today. From bomb blast to bullet resistant we carry them all and are equipped to apply them. We will consult with you thoroughly on your locations security needs and make the very best suggestions for your individual location. For more information on how to keep your Austin business, public space or home safe from bombs, guns, and even natural disasters, contact us today for a free consultation.

Mike Kinsey is a window film expert. For the past 10 years, he has been working as the Operations Manager at Window Film Austin and overseeing commercial and residential window film installs of all types throughout the Austin area and the state of Texas. His extensive background in construction and project management gives him an in-depth understanding of architecture and the structural composition of buildings. Over the years, he and his team have installed over 250,000 square feet of window film ranging from robust security films to progressive energy efficient and decorative options. Mike engages in professional development courses and seminars on a regular basis, allowing him to stay up to date on industry trends and innovations. He is one of the top experts in his field and is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.

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