Bullet Proof Glass vs. Security Window Film

Bullet Resistant Glass or Security Window Film?

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Should I Choose Bulletproof Glass or Security Window Film? The answer to this question depends on whether you are trying to protect people or products. Each of these solutions provides an added layer of protection to a building. But remember: only bullet-resistant glass can stop bullets. It is important that …

The TSS Experience

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A leader in the bulletproof industry, Total Security Solutions designs, manufactures and installs bullet-resistant products and bullet-resistant barriers nationwide. We focus on customer service, customization, and speed. We believe that details matter, so we make sure to understand the unique specifications and security challenges of your project so you get …

Bulletproof Glass Installation

Architects and Contractors: Bullet Proof Glass Installation is Finish Work

Architect Info, Bullet Proof Glass, Bullet Resistant Barriers, Bulletproof Glass FAQs, Video

Ballistic glass stops bullets, but it’s not absolutely impervious to damage–especially during installation. If installed too early, you run the risk of the ballistic glazing and aluminum frames getting scratched, dinged, or discolored by chemicals. Unlike conventional glass windows, you can’t scrape paint off of a bullet proof window or …


LEED Building

Energy Efficiency, LEED, and Bullet Resistant Architecture

Architect Info, Bullet Resistant Materials, Bulletproof Glass FAQs, Video

For years there’s been grumbling that bullet proof barriers and LEED architecture are fundamentally incompatible. Simply put: That’s not true. Not only are bullet resistant materials compatible with LEED standards, but good bullet resistant design principles are fundamentally aligned with good LEED design principles: Both take a holistic approach in …


Bulletproof Glass Testing

Bulletproof Glass Testing

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Glass-Clad Polycarbonate (more commonly known as GCP) is a combination of laminated class and polycarbonate. It can be manufactured to achieve UL levels 1-8. Typically used where optical quality, clean-ability, and long-term retention of properties are important.

Testing Level 3 Bulletproof Door - Shot Over 100 Times

Testing Level 3 Bulletproof Steel Door – Shot over 100 Times

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Glass-Clad Polycarbonate (more commonly known as GCP) is a combination of laminated class and polycarbonate. It can be manufactured to achieve UL levels 1-8. Typically used where optical quality, clean-ability, and long-term retention of properties are important.

Bulletproof Glass and Frame .44 Magnum Test

Bulletproof Glass and Frame .44 Magnum Test

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Glass-Clad Polycarbonate (more commonly known as GCP) is a combination of laminated class and polycarbonate. It can be manufactured to achieve UL levels 1-8. Typically used where optical quality, clean-ability, and long-term retention of properties are important.