Safety & Security Film

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Protect your people and your property with Safety and Security Window Films.


Introducing Ultra Safety and Security Window Films.

A tough, new dimension in window film technology for property and personal protection against natural and man made disasters. Disaster mitigation, whether it is natural or man made, is the key to reducing losses and saving lives.Sometimes the threat is from nature, other times people. No matter where the threat comes from, 3M Safety and Security Window Films can help you be prepared for the worst. Severe weather and hurricanes. When natural disasters like hurricanes, tornados, high winds and earthquakes hit, there is little you can do to protect your building. But by planning ahead, your building can be prepared for the worst.




Glass can be your worst enemy in severe weather and storms.



When unprotected glass breaks, shards can be sent flying causing severe injury to people and major damage to property. During these disasters, 3M Safety and Security Window Fil
ms help to keep flying glass from harming inhabitants and, in many circumstances, will help to keep out wind and rain.

Glass has truly enhanced our lives, yet for all its beauty and advantages, glass does have its downfalls. It is the most vulnerable exterior component of our buildings. From a security issue, it must be hardened; glass protection is your first line of defense against intruders. In serious cases, unprotected glass under force can be a lethal weapon.

To help reduce your chances of loss and add to your peace of mind, 3M has developed a new dimension in safety and security window films. 3M’s unique technology combines multiple, micro-thin layers of film to create a stronger, more impenetrable safety and security window film for unmatched levels of performance.

3M’s new safety and security film is a tough, durable, tear and penetration-resistant shield that bonds to the inside of your windows for protection. The film helps hold the glass together to dramatically reduce the chance of glass shards from falling or flying out, even under direct forces from winds or impacts from flying objects or heavy devices used for breaking and entering.



Completed Projects


U.S. Government Projects

General Services Administration:

Federal Daycare Centers:

Milton Capehart Federal Bldg, Indianapolis, IN

McNamara Federal Building, Detroit, MI

Social Security Administration Ctr. Chicago, IL

Metcaff Federal Building, Chicago, IL

Federal Bureau of Investigations:

FBI Headquarters Seattle, WA

Department of the Interior:

Mt. Rushmore Monument Visitors Center, Rapid City, SD

Federal Aviation Administration:

FAA Headquarters, Chicago, IL

U.S. Department of State:

Consulate Annex Building Washington, DC

Secret Service Presidential Detail Classified Special Projects

Local Government & Utilities

Cook County Building, Maywood

Cook County Juvenile Center

Elk Grove Village Library

Great Lakes Naval Training Center

Glencoe Public Safety

Lake County Health Department

McHenry County Government Center

Northern Ill. Gas

St. Claire County Courthouse

Village of Skokie

Village of Lombard

Village of Mt. Prospect

York Township Village Hall