Safety & Security
Protect your home or office
with safety & security film
to strengthen your glass.
Premier Tint specialise in a wide range of adhesive films for tinting, signage and more.
Enhance Safety & Reduce Risk
Protect your family, friends, colleagues and others from injury with our safety and security window films. The adhesive technology in our safety & security films bonds the film tightly to the glass and holds shattered glass together in the event of breakage until replacement. This makes our films suitable for a wide range of applications. Upgrade your windows or glass to the current Australian Standard (AS1288) or apply bomb blast film in high-threat public spaces.
Safety strips are an important aspect of building regulations for both commercial and residential areas. With various styles and sizes available, speak with our reps to today and find a safety strip suitable for your building to comply with code.
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Meet childcare & family day care standards
Use safety films to meet the safety regulations regarding glass in homes that provide family day care.
Reduce risk in storm prone areas
Safety film reduces the risk of injury or damage from breakage or flying shards in the event of high winds and storms.
Safety in blast prone areas
In the event of a blast or explosion, safety film provides added protection from flying shards of glass.
Glass pool fencing
Glass pool fences can be extremely dangerous in the event of breakage. Increase the safety of your pool area with our variety of safety films.
Safety in the home
Apply safety film to your windows to reduce the risk of injury from broken or flying glass. Security films prevent home invasion by making it more difficult to break glass windows or doors.
Use safety film on windows and glass doors to protect your employees and customers from injury in the event of broken glass. Protect your business from burglary and vandalism with security films, which make it more difficult for glass to be penetrated.
Reduce risk in food processing plants
The food manufacturing and packaging industry has an obligation to prevent foreign matter from being present in food. Applying safety film to glass in areas where food packaging or processing takes place significantly reduces the risk of broken glass being present in food products.
Improve safety in schools, nursing homes & child care
Use safety film where falls are common, such as in schools and nursing homes. Films are applied to the inside window surface, which prevents glass that is broken from the outside from entering the interior.
Standards & Technical information
AS1288 – Australian Standard that applies to all glass in buildings.
AS2208 – Australian Standard that applies to glass and human impact: i.e. safety of people in buildings.
Nickel Sulphide – This compound is added to glass in a process called ‘toughening’. When broken, toughened glass shatters into thousands of tiny pieces, removing the risk of sharp shards that can cause injury. This process, however, also makes glass more unstable and at risk of exploding. Applying safety film holds glass together in the event of an explosion.
Glass balcony Balustrades
Apply safety film to glass balcony balustrades to protect people on both sides of the glass without obscuring the view.
Premier Tint are proud members of the Window Film Association Australia New Zealand. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality services and maintaining industry standards.
Premier Tint has a close partnership with The Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS) who provides a scientifically based, fair and credible rating system for the assessment of window film products for their energy efficiency performance.
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Seven Hills NSW 2147