Security Shield Vision

Latest addition to the Security Shield Range - Security Shield Vision - was recently selected to protect various undisclosed locations on behalf of the Forensic Services.

These sensitive locations are from time to time subject to attack and even fire bombing, so effective security was an essential consideration to protect and preserve vital evidence.

The requirement was simple: discreet but effective security for windows and doors but crucially no loss of light could be considered due to the nature of the sensitive work being undertaken within.

Security Shield Vision was the obvious solution providing invisible but impenetrable security. Impact testing was carried out by the client prior to product selection, and frames were powder coated in a matching brown so that the guards were indistinguishable from the windows.

Protecting such important locations is routine for Window & Door Security Systems Ltd, whose directors have been pioneering sympathetic and unobtrusive security for nearly 20 years.

 Visit our website for more products such as: Security Shield Vandal and Security Shield Intruder.


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