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How Does The Security Film Work?
A window protected by Dynamic is a safer window
Dynamic Security Film is designed to hold glass together and in place, with an invisible protective layer in between you and the glass fragments, keeping you and your passengers safer and better protected at all times. Dynamic Security Film provides an excellent “ejection mitigation” barrier which is needed during a roll-over incident, helping to protect all occupants and to minimise injuries.
Protecting what’s precious to you: your family, your valuables, your car…
Dynamic Security Film protection is designed to resist and slow a thief down significantly so that in most cases they will simply abandon their attempt and run off. With Dynamic Security Film you can feel safer and more secure when driving through high-risk areas where street crime is a known problem. Dynamic Security Film also prevents the interior of your car being inundated with countless glass fragments, which is what normally happens during a break-in.
What is Dynamic Security Film?
Dynamic Security Film is an incredibly tough and super-strong polyester based laminate that is professionally bonded to the inside of the windows of your vehicle. It is optically clear, colourless and invisible form both inside and the outside of your vehicle, scratch resistant and easy to keep clean. It is available in clear and tinted versions, to view tint shades Click Here.
How does Dynamic Security Film Work?
Dynamic Security Film is designed to act as a barrier to criminal intrusion through your window. If the glass is shattered, Dynamic Security Film is designed to hold the window in place, making it very difficult to push or smash through. It will also stop those hundreds of glass fragments from showering the inside of your vehicle causing damage and mess. And in the meantime your vehicle’s interior will be protected from the elements.
If an emergency exit is needed from the cause of a serious accident Dynamic Security Film is designed to allow a shattered window to be pushed out from the inside of the vehicle.