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3M Safety Films to Increase Protection to UK Sporting Spectators

11/04/2012

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3M Safety Films help provide protection against the injuries usually suffered by broken glass fragments. Strong adhesive secure the glass together, significantly reducing the likelihood of severe injuries. 3M Safety Film S70 was the film chosen for the cycling arena, installed by 3M approved dealer WF Glazing Protection Ltd.

Director Dave Faulconbridge carried out the installation at the new world class venue. “3M Safety Film Safety S70 is a special product. The film is designed to withstand blasts and explosions, with the product going through rigorous testing by independent parties. We installed around 131sqm of internal glazing at the venue. In addition, we used the 3M Haze acid-etch effect vinyl for the health and safety manifestation markings on around 400m of perimeter glazing. ”

3M Safety Film Safety S70 is made of a transparent film and is bound by a strong acrylic adhesive. Resistance to pressure and impact is increased due to the film’s strength and elongation at break.

Cambridge-based glazing contractor Architectural Glazed Facades Ltd installed the windows at the country’s newest major sporting arena.

 

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