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MELBOURNE APARTMENT BLOCK GLASS
BALCONY EXPLODES


3M™ Safety & Security Window Film a simple solution

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Injuries sustained along with public liability hazards as a result of glass balconies, pool fences and shower screens shattering unexpectedly are top stories in recent news bulletins.

Safety Window Film by 3M™ once applied to glass, holds it together upon breakage, ultimately reassuring owners about safety concerns of shattering glass balustrades, glass fences and shower screens.

“A frightening series of “spontaneous” glass balcony explosions at Melbourne apartment buildings … The falling shards missed passing pedestrians by just a few metres.”

 Low-quality imported glass

It’s been reported in the news that the cause of unexpected glass breakage is often the result of inferior, low-quality imported glass or dodgy workmanship which can be difficult for consumers to recognise. Effectively upgrading inferior glass into a stronger, re-inforced surface can be achieved by the installation of 3M™ Safety Window Film, which provides a proactive approach to this common and life-threatening occurrence.

 

Sunscreen, a licensed 3M™ installer established over 35 years ago services all of Australia offering effective Safety & Security Film solutions in the residential and commercial market. Sunscreen have exclusive access to the latest safety film products and materials from 3M™. It’s this relationship that ensures an unmatched level of quality and assurance to all Sunscreen customers.
Find out more here

 

Where can I find out more about 3M™ Safety & Security Films?

Enquire at info@windowtinting.com.au

 

Recent articles:

02/07/2017 http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/exploding-glass-balconies-in-melbourne-apartments-expose-faulty-building-products-20170628-gx0lwf.html

26/06/2017 http://www.6pr.com.au/podcast/dodgy-glass-warning/

28/03/2017 http://www.9news.com.au/wild-weather/2017/03/28/17/22/cyclone-debbie-glass-fence-shatters-during-brutal-winds

12/01/2017 http://www.kidspot.com.au/parenting/real-life/in-the-news/glass-pool-fence-explodes-in-familys-backyard-during-sydney-heatwave