Two factors were considered. Firstly, the furnishing, fabrics, carpets and artwork needed to be preserved from the damaging effects of the sun. And secondly, the buildings safety and security system needed to be made difficult to break through the windows or doors.
The glass that the building currently had installed was predominantly 3mm plate. The question was if Sunscreen Window Tinting could provide a film that could be supplied to the existing glass to bring it up to the Australian 2208 as a Grade A Safety Glazing Material safety standard and still remain clear without having to replace all of the 400 glass panes or alter the look of the glass.
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