Blackpool and Fylde Glass offers the perfect solutions to protect your glazing
Polycarbonate Solid Sheet With Hard Surface Coating
Its main use is as a safety, security and vandal resistant glazing sheet. Its impact resistance combined with its hard surface coating makes it ideal for shop front windows, bank glazing, bus shelters and entrance hall glazing.
For the first time, now a real solution to certain transportation glazing problems such as vandalism on urban buses and trains, Cutting out both accidental and deliberate breakage in construction machinery, standing up to automatic washers and even windscreen wipers, allowing significant fuel savings versus glass through weight reduction.
As the general purpose polycarbonate it has excellent weathering properties, extremely high impact strength, with a wide temperature range together with increased resistance to graffiti attack. We offer a variety of styles to suit every type of property with different frame colours, glazing and opening options.
- all forms of glazing
- bus shelters
- sports halls
- urban buses and trains and other public areas subjected to vandalism, it can also be used for machine guards, telephone kiosks/booths and street furniture.
From a distance Crime Shield looks like tinted glass.
2 mm thick galvanised steel sheet with a matrix of perforations to provide a minimum of 60% free area.
Coating – fully polyester painted external grade sandwich locked into a two-piece aluminium frame system.
Architecturally designed heavy guage two-piece alumium extrusion, mitred, keyed and welded. Finished in black or white electrostatically applied and baked powder coat – full polyester external grade. Optional frame colours available.
Crime Shield is a Police and Insurance approved security product for the protection of glazing for windows or doors.
Crime Shield offers a far more pleasing to the eye product than window shutters, bars, grills.
Crime Shield is used on Police Stations, NHS Buildings, Doctor's Surgeries and Schools to help protect against vandalism.