Bomb blast film almost seems like something you would only see in movies. But, sadly the need for films of this nature is growing—even here in Fort Collins. Typically used on secure buildings, government buildings, and airports the need for blast-resistant films now extends to schools, hospitals, and even private businesses. Some of their benefits include

  • Protection against bombs and ballistics
  • Protection against severe weather, earthquakes, forced entry
  • Reduced mortality and injury should a bomb attack occur
  • Reduced Collateral Damage should a bomb blast occur
  • Protection from UV radiation

Bomb Blast Window Film Explained

First of all, bomb blast window films are called bomb-resistant because no film or material can withstand every magnitude of blast. However, these films will stand up to some pretty big explosions. They come in a range of thicknesses and grades that have been tested by certified institutions to rate their protective qualities. This means you can choose various levels of protection to get customized protection against terror attacks, criminal damage, extreme and/or industrial explosions. Bomb-resistant window film can even be used as protection for your commercial structure against severe weather like hurricanes and tornados. However, to be most effective, this film technology needs two additional things

C-Bond Adhesive: Window film is strongest when used with an advanced adhesive. Here at Greenlight Window Films, we use C-Bond because it is the strongest in the industry. Working on a molecular level, this amazing bomb-blast window film adhesive makes the glass more flexible. It also keeps shards of glass securely fastened to your films should a blast occur.

A Specialty Attachment System: This setup is basically a way to keep your entire window attached to the frame of your building should a blast occur. Therefore the glass will break but the sheet of glass itself won’t fly out as a whole dangerous piece but rather be held within the frame. 

For ultimate protection and security against everything from theft, bombs, bullets, and more, bomb-blast-resistant window film is the only way to go! Contact us today to have us design a blast system to maximize the effectiveness for your Fort Collins school, hospital, bar, gallery, secure building, and any other space that needs protection.

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Mike Kinsey

Mike Kinsey has been working in the window tinting industry for over 10 years. Since 2008, he and his team have assisted on numerous installs in the Fort Collins area, totaling approximately 250,000 sq. ft. of film. As the Operations Manager for Fort Collins Window Tinting, Mike's duties include project management, customer relations, and sales. He is well-versed in the technical procedures for window film installation as well as the differences between the hundreds of types and styles of film on the market. Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education and is regarded as one of the top experts in his field.