Archives for category: Commercial Project

Location: IBM @ Tampines Industrial
Project Type:  Commercial Project
Model: Protect 3 Solar Film – 2237

Window-S is very proud to have our Protect3 solar film selected for use in this IBM building project. The film selected is blue tinted, suited for the color of the glass panels of the building. It provides for moderate glare and very high heat rejection for the users. 

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Location: JP Morgan @ Capital Tower, Robinsons
Project Type: Commercial Project (4 Levels)
Model: Protect3 Solar Film – Safety Film (7 Mil) / Sandblast – #215

The project’s requirement for the thickness of the safety films was 7mil, not the commonly used 4mil in Singapore. The 7 mil safety film increases glass safety in the event of accidental breakage, just as the 4mil safety film but it provides for increased and enhanced glass safety against bomb blasts. Special indention with our manufacturer in USA were made for this project.

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Extra care and effort were also required during the installation to ensure all liquid solution between the film and the glass are properly squeegeed out due to the extra thickness in the film. Trimming of the excess film around the glass panels were much difficult and it required the more senior applicators to complete the task. All external facing & internal glass windows and panels were installed with our film.

Sandblast film were installed on some glass partitions to provide the employees with privacy at work.

Location: Bodynits Building @ Changi South
Project Type: Commercial Project
Model: Protect 3 Solar Film – Others – 2237

Heat and light is peering through the 3 storeys high full glass facade into the lobby area. Solar film is much needed to reject the heat and glare in order to bring them to a comfortable level for the people in the building. 2237 was chosen for its high heat and glare reduction due to the strong Sun and large glass area. This color was chosen to match the brand’s color and the building color. 

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