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We offer high impact security films that keep shattered glass intact and protect building occupants, anything from a cricket ball to flying storm debris that can send dangerous shards of glass flying and cause serious injury or worse.


When preparing for the cyclone season you will never have to tape or board up windows again, security film can provide protection from broken glass 24-7 365 days a year it’s the insurance policy that does not need renewing! Windows are a buildings most vulnerable area once broken during a cyclone, wind and rain will penetrate the interior causing severe property damage or destruction.


Security films secure your windows and doors from attempted break-ins, accidents and vandalism. Security films come in various thicknesses to offer you the type of protection you need.


1. Clear

Security film that is virtually undetectable, the clear option is perfect for you. Unlike many other films, Pola Seal clear security films are non-reflective so it is virtually invisible. You maintain the natural appearance of your windows day or night. There is no mirror effect or detectable change to the surface, so your windows look clear, bright and beautiful.


2. Tinted

Tinted security films provide additional sun related benefits beyond ultraviolet protection. These films include a metallised layer of polyester, with durable exotic metals for exceptional solar control performance. In addition to glass retention, they offer privacy, balance temperatures, minimise eye-straining glare, and help preserve furnishings and merchandise. Protect your occupants and property while keeping them cool and comfortable, plus yield significant energy savings.


Structural silicone attachment systems

Pola Seal are specialists in structural silicone attachment systems. Attachment systems are used with security film installations for added fragment retention, anchoring the glazing system to the window frame. Security film is installed on the interior room surface of glass and then secured to the window frame by “wet glazed” method. The level of protection desired dictates whether or not an attachment system is required.