When you think of contingency planning for building, for example, in an emergency or a corporate headquarters, which must remain still approachable in any emergency, then, to avoid looking as a planner in any case, that in case of glass breakage, the glass completely falls out of the frame, and people suddenly sitting in front of open Windows”, says Pitzer. “A broken plate as a whole in order to held with properly installed safety and splinter protection film and an additional anchor system on both vertical sides. So you have something like a membrane that keeps the building completed. This can be very important as for example hospitals for certain buildings.” In the Japan a variety could be kept safe from buildings by using splinter protection and safety and security films. Film that is installed on Windows of buildings, can protect the children inside the building. Hospitals and clinics must be kept open and Splinter protection remain operable, and safety and security films can effectively help to make this possible. “After the earthquake of 1989 in the Bay area, there was a huge amount of glass breakage. It was in an another district”so much that there was no way to nail all building vents with boards, says Scott Haddock, President and CEO of Glasslock Inc.
in Easton, Maryland. “The weather was really lousy for the duration of one week after the earthquake and it was really very difficult to close all building openings and at least temporarily back to complete the building envelopes. “The good aspect of safety films and splinter protection film is: as long as it is kept in door or window frames, you can protect the building envelope of your residential or commercial objects and keep intact.” “In case there was a seismic event, which was also a school complex in California. In construction, there were heat-strengthened glass that broke and fell on the desks of children.