Safety and security with LLumar protective window film.
At nearly 6 million square feet, Incheon International Airport's 46-gate terminal is South Korea's largest building. The Passenger Terminal Building incorporates a design that pays tribute to traditional Korean architecture. The building contains many glass balustrades. Even though the balustrades were made of tempered glass, airport authorities worried that glass breakage caused by baggage carts could harm passengers.
The airport authority selected a nearly clear interior and exterior LLumar safety window film SCLSRPS4 and SCLERPS4 to cover the balustrades and the curtain wall of the transportation center. The film holds glass fragments in place in the event of accidental breakage providing an invisible layer of protection that does not alter the architectural design.
The airport authority was very pleased with the installation. There have been no injuries or accidents caused by glass breakage. LLumar safety films are working to protect airport employees, passengers and property. The authorities also mentioned they were very impressed with LLumar's capabilities in terms of technical information provided by the distributor as well as product quality and installation.