Price From €56.00 HT Specimen maximum number is 20
Specimen maximum number is 20
SEC 058X protective film for glazing greater than 3m2 • External application • Norm / standards en 12600
Particularly thick and with exceptional resistance to tearing.
Applied to glazing, this colorless film forms an integral membrane which holds the glass in place. It prevents the glass from shattering in the event of an explosion. It is particularly recommended in public places such as shops, shopping centers, schools, hospitals, public buildings, exhibition halls, sports establishments, homes.
Increase the resistance of the glass
Using a specially designed adhesive, security films absorb the energy created by the impact of an object or by the shock wave from an explosion. The risks of glass breakage are greatly reduced as evidenced by the tests carried out by the CEBTP according to standard NF P78.406 & 2B2 NF EN 12600 and resistance to soft body impacts.
Avoid shards of glass
If the glass breaks, an invisible and resistant membrane retains the pieces of broken glass. The glazing becomes star but remains in place, thus preserving the safety of people and equipment. Meeting the strictest safety standards, safety films (Fire Rating / Euroclass Standards) burn without creating or propagating flames. Even in these extreme conditions, they retain their properties: the glass does not shatter in the heat.
Do not modify the transparency of the glass
Thanks to crystal polyester, transparency and visibility are not affected, even after years of exposure to sunlight. Better still, the treatment imposed with acrylic glue filters U.V.A radiation at 95%, thus preventing the discoloration of goods displayed in the window.
|Material||PET 200 microns|
|Adhesive||Polymer acrylic 25 G/M²|
|Liner||PET 23 microns|
|Fire rating||B-S1, D0|
|Application T°||Min. +5°C|
|Tensile strenght||17,5 DA N/CM|
|Elongation at break||100%|
|CEBTP||EN 12600 Standard|
The glass surface to be glued on has to be free from dust, grease or other contaminants. Some specific materials such as polycarbonate can cause air bubble problems. Therefore, a compatibility rest is recommended. Please refer to our prescription table or contact us for any question
Before applying to our users to ensure that the film is suitable for the intended use and comply with current standards. In order to constantly improve our production we may change a product colour and manufacturing process without prior notice.