GlassProtech had been working alongside Kiwi Bus Builders to provide anti-graffiti protection on the windows of 350 brand new ADL city buses, which were to be introduced to the public transport network.
As a specialist glass security advisor, GlassProtech was approached to increase staff security in a high-risk governmental office. The provided solution improved on public/private interface security and privacy for staff.
A large hospital approached GlassProtech for a solution to the extensive scratch-damage on their newly built facilities, with 50% of the lift’s surfaces having been tagged. GlassProtech proposed a maintenance solution that removed the existing scratches and protected the lifts from future vandalism.
Often commercial buildings are built with large expanses of glass that are not Safety rated. Requirements to upgrade to earthquake %NBS (percentage of New Building Standards) do not include mandatory requirements to upgrade existing glazing.
GlassProtech was contacted to provide further security to a bulk carrier ship, to minimise risks caused by intruders, severe storms, and accidents. The timeline was tight as the ship was scheduled to depart.
The bike shop operators approached GlassProtech to provide a security solution to help harden the glass frontage, reducing the ease of break-ins occurring in the future. We applied security laminate on the glass, bonded to the frames, resulting in a much tougher break-in resistance.
A new Bespoke curtain and furnishings store opened and as the store had a large inventory of expensive fabrics, there was a need to protect these from UV damage. GlassProtech covered the glass with a 4mil (100 micron) exterior clear UV filtering film.