Let’s face it—here in Dallas, we love our sports! Which is why fans flock to the local stadiums and arenas to cheer on our teams. While Dallas is a fairly safe city, the fact of the matter is—terrorist type attacks happen at random and can even happen here. Large venues that hold a lot of people are a prime target for bomb attacks because the most damage can be done. This is why for stadiums and arenas here in Dallas bomb blast security film is a good precaution for team and arena owners to keep fans safe.
Bomb Blast Window Film Protects Against Bombs
In a world where terror can strike at any time, in seemingly random places, bomb-blast window film is critical for safety in large venues. From sports stadiums to music arenas, keeping fans safe starts with bomb-blast window film that keeps the glass in windows intact—even after the magnitude of many bomb blasts. This means shards of potentially lethal shrapnel stay adhered to the film rather than flying out and hurting event-goers.
Bomb Blast Window Film Protects Against Bullets
Bomb blast window film also can protect from bullets sprayed at innocent sports or music fans as well. These films used in coordination with C-bond adhesive and specialty window frames keep a would-be attacker busy trying to penetrate through arena windows. It takes multiple gunshots and precious seconds for an attacker to breach the glass. This allows concertgoers and sports fan time to escape or hide and authorities more time to arrive to stop the assailant.
Bomb Blast Window Film Protects Against Accidents
A more likely scenario than an attack on an arena is fan accidents. This is why safety glass is installed in most public places, like stadiums, with a lot of glass surfaces. Bomb blast window acts the same as tempered glass. Should a rowdy fan trip and fall into the glass—the shards will stay adhered to the film—resulting in significantly less bodily harm.
For more information on bomb blast window film for your Dallas location and to get a free safety audit—contact us at Dallas Window Film today!