FEMA-Compliant Window System by Insulgard

Aug. 5, 2010
This window system can handle 200+ mph wind speeds.

A new window system by Insulgard protects against hurricane- and tornado-strength winds as well as ballistic impacts, meeting FEMA 361-2008 requirements for debris impact resistance. The windows combine Insulgard TH600 aluminum framing, TOR-GARD glass glazing, and SABIC’s Lexan sheet. The architectural security system, tested to withstand 200+ mph winds and high-speed debris, is intended for police and hospital emergency facilities as well as important government infrastructure.

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