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StormShield is a certified debris impact resistant glass specifically developed to resist excessive wind speeds and penetration from flying debris during tropical cyclones. The secret is the specially formulated ultra-high grade laminate used in the manufacturing process, which absorbs the impact of the debris without tearing or breaching the window envelope. This means even in the event the glass is damaged by flying storm debris, StormShield remains weather-tight to protect the structural integrity of the building and ensure the safety of the occupants.
Fully certified for use in Regions C & D in Australia and the Pacific Islands
The glazing frame that StormShield is glazed into is just as important as the glass itself. A weak frame will dramatically affect the performance of the glass. StormShield has been tested and certified in a large range of framing suites available in Australia and the Pacific Islands. A list of fully certified window suites are available on request.
StormShield must be fully glazed on all four sides. Glazing adhesives are not essential but if used, they must be non-acidic cure, non-solvent based sealants, approved by Glasshape such as Dow Corning 995 or 795 as a structural sealant. A list of compatible sealants are available on request.
Glasshape are manufacturers of specialist glass solutions including curved glass, high security glass, switchable glass and cyclone resistant glass.
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