Sunday, January 10, 2010
Protection from Arsonists and Fire Bombs
The recent church fire bombings in Malaysia are further examples of how our security film could prevent damage to buildings. Windows were broken out by the fire bombs, which then burned the buildings.
Our film would prevent the breach of the glass by the fire-bomb, keeping it from penetrating the building with its flames. Yes, the outside was exposed, but it could be extinguished without damage to the interior. With brick buildings, the glass is the only weakest link to a fire bomb penetrating the structure.
In Herat, Afghanistan, mortars were fired at the new U.S. consulate (formerly a hotel), breaking windows. Again, our security film would have provided protection it did not have.
Stay tuned for more examples how Armor Glass film can protect you and your property, weather it is in Malaysia, Afghanistan or anytown USA...
Armor Glass sells hurricane/tornado explosion-rated security window film. The same film was installed on federal buildings in Washington DC after 9/11. CEO Michael Fjetland is the founder and a former terrorism analyst who established Armor Glass to protect people and their property from breach of their weakest link. Details on how people live in "Houses of Straw" (free ebook) at our website www.ArmorGlass.com Follow on Twitter@ArmorGlass and on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ArmorGlass).