C-Bond Systems’ Ballistic Resistant Film System Stops Bullets for Improved Building and School Safety

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C-Bond’s Ballistic Resistant Film System, C-Bond II, is the only solution that has been validated by leading third-party laboratory, HP White, to pass the National Institute of Justice level I, II and IIA ballistic standards

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C-Bond provides unprecedented, proven and immediate ballistic protection for schools and other buildings.

C-Bond Systems, LLC, a leading advanced nanotechnology company that improves and strengthens glass, is reinforcing school facilities with its C-Bond Systems’ Ballistic Resistant Film System for improved protection of children and school personnel. Because of C-Bond’s patented glass-strengthening properties, its Ballistic Resistant Film System is the only film solution to stop bullets that has been validated by a leading third-party laboratory.

One month after the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, the demand to reinforce school facilities for advanced security and defense against unpredictable threats is at an all-time high. C-Bond Systems Ballistic Resistant Film System is a high performance, vital upgrade to building glass and secured entry ways that is already being utilized in school districts in Houston and Dallas, as well as numerous corporate and government facilities throughout the United States.

As threats have increased, several film products have entered the market, none of which utilize the patented C-Bond glass strengthening technology in combination with their film products. The one-of-a-kind C-Bond Ballistic Resistant Film System is the only system that has been validated by a leading third-party laboratory, HP White, to pass the National Institute of Justice level I, II and IIA ballistic standards.
The C-Bond Ballistic Resistant Film System is comprised of a proprietary security film and C-Bond’s glass strengthening technology, which is represented by 23 patents and patent pending applications. The C-Bond solution increases the mechanical properties of the window glass unit, enabling the glass to dissipate higher energy by targeting and repairing the microscopic flaws and defects that are randomly distributed naturally on the glass surface. These surface imperfections weaken the glass composite structure and initiate failures. C-Bond chemically bonds to the defects increasing both strength and flexibility.

“C-Bond provides unprecedented, proven and immediate ballistic protection for schools and other buildings,” stated C-Bond CEO Scott R. Silverman. “Our first school installation was in 2015, and while we recognize that C-Bond alone is not the full solution against the violence and threats that our educational systems and other facilities currently face, it has become apparent that schools need to consider every realistic option to improve safety.”    

The C-Bond system has been installed at airports such as George Bush Intercontinental Airport and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), fire and law enforcement facilities such as the Houston Fire Department and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) administration building, corporate locations such as Haliburton and USAA, and numerous government facilities. C-Bond is also currently under evaluation by the Army Corps of Engineers for government use.

For demonstrations of C-Bond’s Ballistic Resistant Film System in action, please click here.
For a partial list of projects, please click here.
For testimonials about C-Bond’s solutions, please click here.

About C-Bond
C-Bond Systems, LLC, headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a leading advanced nanotechnology company and sole owner, developer and manufacturer of the patented C-Bond technology. C-Bond is the ONLY patent-protected nanotechnology product that is scientifically tested and commercially proven to significantly increase the strength, safety and performance levels of glass and window film products. For more information visit us at http://www.cbondsystems.com or on Facebook.

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