Xtreme Unidirectional Protection System (XUPS)

Xtreme Defence Security Inc.(XDS), which is based in the British Virgin Islands, represents a range of products for the safety and security of civilians, law enforcement personnel and the armed forces.

All products are manufactured in the United States and meet US, British and International Testing Standards.

Another innovative product featured in the XDS range is the Xtreme Unidirectional Protection System (XUPS). Company has unveiled what it claims to be the next step in ‘protection and innovation.’

At a press conference held on Monday, XDS demonstrated the latest in glass protection systems. Based on a revolutionary proprietary process, the treatment initially strengthens the glass up to 400 per cent and then keeps it intact in its frame, even if the impact or force is large enough to break it.

The treatment practically makes the glass unbreakable.The interesting factor worth noting is that there is no actual need to replace the existing piece of glass. After an on-site assessment at a local XDS dealership, the glass is augmented with a system that uses two specially formulated high temperature chemicals namely, the XDS GPS 9 and ACRYL-X, which together with a mylar film convert ordinary glass into strong safety glass.

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Date: 21 July 2006
Source: Newindpress.com

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