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Safety Glass Film - Anti Shatter Window Protection


Buy safety glass film to bring your windows up to health and safety standards.  Helps to hold harmful shards of glass in place if the window is struck by an object or person.  Choose your roll size, then cut to the size of your windows at home.

  • Protection – Strong enough to hold harmful shards of glass in place if someone falls into a window or a stone (or similar) hits it.
  • Invisible – Completely transparent meaning you won’t know it’s on until it’s needed.
  • UV protection – Blocks 99% of UV rays.
  • Protects furnishings – Reduces fading caused by UV rays.
  • Strong adhesion – Strong adhesion that quickly bonds the film to the glass
  • Tested – Passed strict testing to BSEN12600 2B2 so that you know it will perform if you ever need it to.  Exactly the same standard as safety glass.
  • Options – Choose from widths of 50, 76, 100 and 152cm and lengths of 1 to 30 metres

Turn your substandard windows into safety glass

Safety glass film provides invisible protection by preventing your glass from shattering. When it comes to safety, we all have different levels that we want. Some would like to protect their glass, whether it be a table or a window from breaking and hurting someone. This can be really helpful for those that have commercial buildings as well. Glass dividers between rooms or glass shelves typically come as tempered or safety glass but not always. Our safety window film is applied directly to the glass itself. There is no need to remove the window. It’s very simple. This protective safety glass film helps with: 

    • Protects furniture and other things on the inside from fading by the sun’s UV rays.
    • Makes the glass shatterproof.
    • Adds a layer of protection for break-ins (although our security window film will be the best option for that).
    • Makes the glass safer.

Safety glass film offers tested & proven glazing protection

Our safety glass film has been tested and meets the standards for Britain and Europe. This safety film meets regulation 14 of The Workplace (Health, Safety, Welfare) Regulations 1992 (BS EN12600 Class 2B2 formerly BS6206 Class B). Brief details of this regulation can be found on the government website here. Alternatively, the HSE has a full 60-page publication here. This is important for those that are interested in using this for health ad safety purposes.. 

This sort of glass safety film is perfect for those that are running childcares at home or schools. It adds another layer of protection to ensure there aren’t shards of glass going everywhere should a child break a piece of glass. This ensures the safety of everyone around as well. It is great for playrooms.

Safety window film can be installed at home with a few tools. We provide full fitting instructions here. If you don’t fancy installing the film yourself, we offer safety window film installation service.

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Roll Length

1 metre, 2 metres, 3 metres, 4 metres, 5 metres, 6 metres, 7 metres, 8 metres, 9 metres, 10 metres, 11 metres, 12 metres, 13 metres, 14 metres, 15 metres, 16 metres, 17 metres, 18 metres, 19 metres, 20 metres, 21 metres, 22 metres, 23 metres, 24 metres, 25 metres, 26 metres, 27 metres, 28 metres, 29 metres, 30 metres

Glass Compatibility

Our film is compatible with the following vertical glass installations

Toughened Single Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted Yes
Reflective tinted Yes

Toughened Double Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted Yes
Reflective tinted Yes
Gas-filled Yes
Low-E Yes

Un-toughened Single Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted Yes
Reflective tinted Yes

Un-toughened Double Pane 

Clear Yes
Tinted Yes
Reflective tinted Yes
Gas-filled Yes
Low-E Yes
Laminated Yes

Recommendations provided on the basis of a glazed surface covering up to 2.5m², contact us for definitive details or to obtain a thermal chock analysis report.

*If labelled caution then please contact us before purchasing as we will need additional information to say whether the film is safe to install

4 reviews for Safety Glass Film

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  1. I’ve not used it yet but looks good 👍

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  2. An excellent product with amazing video of how to install.

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  3. great product. Installation wasnt too difficult. the hardest part was removing the backing liner but once Id started it off it was a breeze. Fast delivery aswell.

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  4. Good service, good product, easy to install.

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Q & A

I've just tried to view fitting instructions but it wouldn't allow me to open the webpage. Can you send me a copy please David Nellist asked on 8 January 2024

This is the link to the window film installation instructions I'll also email a copy to you.

Paul Foster answered on 8 January 2024 store manager
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How transparent is this? Not sure what 4Mil crystal clear 100 micron means in laymen's terms, would it still look like glass or plastic? Would it look frosted? Thanks in advance. :) Arthur asked on 23 February 2023

The safety film is invisible when installed. You won't be able to tell that it's on the window.

Paul Foster answered on 24 February 2023 store manager
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Can it be used on old mirror glass Peter Lawrenson asked on 18 September 2022

As long as the glass is flat and not weak and so likely to break if you but pressure on it squeegeeing the film on then there's no reason why safety window film can't be installed to old mirror glass

Paul Foster answered on 21 September 2022 store manager
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Can I use this product on an internal door with embossed glass. The inside of the glass is smooth but I can feel slight bumps from the embossing on the other side of the panes. Dee asked on 20 June 2022

You can install the safety film to the smooth side without any problems. If the glass is single-glazed, which it probably is if it's an internal door, then that will be sufficient to just cover the one side for safety standards. If you did want to install safety window film to the embossed side you would need to test it first. As long as the glass is not too embossed and the film follows the flow of the glass then it's ok to cover.

Paul Foster answered on 2 July 2022 store manager
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Can this be used on a glass shower screen? Andy asked on 19 November 2021

Yes it can. It will need some time to dry before getting it wet which is difficult in a shower room. Ideally, it will need 24-48 hours. Any less and I would recommend checking it afterwards to make sure no water has got behind it. Once it started to dry then there will be no issues.

Paul Foster answered on 24 November 2021 store manager
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