ATB Anti Vandal Windows
posted: 27th Jan 2010
ATB SECURE anti vandal window is a unique product for use on new build and refurbishment window installations, particularly on building elevations that are deemed vulnerable, or need extra protection against vandal attack. Our bespoke extrusion, building regulation compliant aluminium window suite, with its unique integrated glass protection profiles and mesh, is not only a visible deterrent but will also stop wilful attempts at glass breakage and resist oppurtunist intrusion.
ATB SECURE anti vandal window suites are not to be confused with retro fit mesh and frames that can stop or restrict existing opening lights, our anti vandal window suite has the glass protection mesh as part of the integral extrusion of the window profile and as such allows us to offer a range of opening lights, together with fixed lights to compliment the design styles.
The locking options available for each opening stlye have been chosen to ultimately comply with the requirements of BS 7950 enhanced security and LPS 1175 SR security testing regimes.
ATB SECURE anti vandal window suites have been designed to give our customers design options, non oppressive aesthetics and to be cost effective when compared to security grills/bars and roller shutters.
Ideal for school and colleges, retail units, showroom offices, commercial offices, industrial estate units, nurseries, laboratories, sports and assembly buildings, IT blocks, classroom blocks, club houses, health care units, campuses and workshops.
ATB SECURE anti vandal windows can also be offered as a non thermally broken window suite and therefore ideal currently for relocatable/portacabin/volumetric/exhibition trailer projects.
- Visible deterrent - yet discreet
- Excellent light transmittance of 60%
- Externally window appears to be glazed with tinted glass
- Enhanced security ironmongery
- Option on opening lights – top hung casement, bottom hung open in, tilt/turn and parallel opener coming soon
- Potential solar shading properties
- This product needs to be seen for full benefits to be appreciated