Office Security films are heavy-duty films bonded by especially aggressive adhesives. When applied to glass in commercial and residential buildings, office security films can prevent much of the destruction caused by flying glass shards in windstorms, attacks or accidents. Upgrading existing glazing to meet safety regulations is quick and cost-effective with SFF’s office security films. Verified by laboratories in accordance with accepted testing methods, SFF meets criteria established by the industry’s standards on security films.

Available in different thicknesses. Security films helps ensure that safety of people and property in a variety of applications, in all corners of the globe.

Forced Entry

In addition to the loss of merchandise, smash-and-grab theft can cost retailers thousands of rands in damage to windows and furnishings.

SFF’s security films deters forced entry by making windows harder to penetrate, encouraging would-be intruders to seek easier targets. And unlike bars or grates, SFF doesn’t block product displays, so you can deter thieves without discouraging customers.

Accidental Breakage

When accidents or spontaneous breakage occur, shattered glass fragments can pose great risk of personal injury. SFF’s office security films reduces risk of injury and helps hold glass fragments in place until they can safely be removed and replaced.

Secure your property

Professionally installed with minimal disruption, SFF’s office security film is an affordable alternative to safety glazing, making it the ideal security solution for retrofit projects as well as new construction.

Protect your storefront, home or office with safety and security films from Solar film foundation to prevent glass from shattering. Severe weather, break-ins and graffiti are just some of the hazards that can cause damage to your building’s glass. In the event that glass breaks, our office security film are bonded firmly to the glass and can hold the shards together and protect any residents or workers who may be nearby, even after repeated impact.