Secondary Window Security Systems
Windows are the eyes of a building and one of the elements most vulnerable to attack whether from forced entry, blast, fire or even ballistics. Most window frames offer little resistance to forced entry and standard building glass will readily shatter under attack from an intruder or an explosive device.
Purpose made secondary windows installed independently to the inside of the existing window frame can provide enhanced protection, whether to a single vulnerable window or to a complete building. Protection is available from simple low level deterrence to significant resistance against a determined attack.
secondary security windows are unobtrusive
Secondary windows are designed to complement the external window style, are discrete to avoid drawing attention to the protection offered and can usually be installed with little disturbance to the fabric of the building or to the occupants.
Security window applications include:
- Airports, Banks, Computer Rooms, Control Rooms
- Embassies and other Government Buildings
- Private Homes, Hospitals, Laboratories, Museums
- Schools, Transport Links, Telecommunications and Utilities