3M Safety & Security Window Films

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3M Ultra Prestige Series

A new standard of performance metallic films cannot match.
Until recently, most window films that rejected heat were tinted dark, used metal or were highly reflective. Over the years, various other companies have tried to create a clear window film with mixed results. While they were able to achieve improved performance, their drawbacks made them unacceptable for many applications.

Because these films used metal, they were susceptible to corrosion, especially in coastal environments. Because the 3M™ Ultra Prestige Series has no metals, they are the first films to eliminate this problem and perform to the industry’s highest standards

3M Ultra Series

Exceptional performance. Up to 42 micro-layers make 3M™ Ultra Series films totally unique as well as tough and tear-resistant.

These films deliver superior performance over standard polyester films in blast and impact events; yet still maintain a high level of optical clarity.

Ultra Series films are available in combination format with tinted 3M™ Sun Control Films to give you the best of both worlds – allowing an ideal 25% to 50% of the natural light to enter your home.

3M Safety Series

These clear, single-layer polyester films rely on thickness to provide additional security benefits.

While they do not offer the tear resistance of the 3M™ Scotchshield Ultra Safety and Security Films, they do help provide additional safety and security.

3M™ Safety Series films can also be combined with 3M™ Sun Control Films to provide both enhanced safety as well as the benefits of a sun control film.

3M Impact Protection Attachment Systems

Highest level of protection. This unique window protection system combines the toughness of 3M™ Ultra Safety and Security Films with an adhesive or profile attachment system.

Choose either 3M™ Impact Protection Adhesive or 3M™ Impact Protection Profile depending upon your frame and overall aesthetic needs.

This combination system attaches the filmed window to the window frame, creating a robust shield that significantly outperforms window film-only systems. It’s extra assurance against impact energy from earthquakes and forced entry events—with enough strength to handle even bomb blasts.