Ballistic Resistant Film
What’s the science behind C-Bond II?
A C-Bond II is a ballistic resistant film system that basically makes glass harder to break, by increasing the structural integrity using carbon nanotubes, or in general, nanotechnology. Normally, when you strike glass at a point with a lot of force, the impact is concentrated in one area. Using a C Bond II means that the microscopic flaws of glass are corrected, and as a result the energy from the high impact is transferred sideways.
The heart of this technology: Carbon Nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes are large molecules of pure carbon, that are long, thin and tubular in structure.
Since these are pure molecules of graphene, they’re one of the strongest materials available on the planet, making it a 100 time stronger than steel while being 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of one human hair.
How we employ this technology to protect you
Days now are filled with threats and dangers more than anything, and thus you need a carefully filtered technology to help you protect yourself from your worst fears. Imagine if we told you something as ordinary as glass can do a great job at protecting you, without giving away its secret? Introducing ballistic resistant film: a patented technology that makes glass close to unbreakable. It’s easy to install, cost effective and efficient and increases glass and flexural strength by 250%.
It’s also the only piece of technology that has passed the National Institute of Justice level 1, 2 and 2A ballistic standards. Apart from this, it has been tested and validated by ANSI,ASTM, GSA, CPSC and UL.