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A shattering experience

GlassGuard BlackBand coated shatterproof lamps are the best way to protect your business from accidental lamp breakage and glass contamination. To see for yourself how important fragment retention lamps can be for your business, watch GlassGuard’s new video, live on the website right now. Providing a multitude of good reasons why shatterproof lamps to BS EN61549 standard are vital for the safety of the public, employees and your business, this clever film gets straight to the point.

A shattering experience

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GlassGuard’s Sales Director Chris Payne explains: “This film was made to answer all the key questions that we get asked regarding shatterproof lamps. Some businesses do not realise how important they can be: from food production to sports centres, GlassGuard BlackBand marked fragment retention lamps will help to ensure the safety of employees and customers and protect the business. Fluorescent lamps are at particular risk of damage during routine maintenance, so we made extra efforts to emphasise the risk at these times. The case study by Arla Foods provides a real life example of money and production time saved by switching to GlassGuard’s BS EN61549 compliant shatterproof lamps.”

GlassGuard’s unique BlackBand fluorescent lamp coating gives up to 20,000 hours of service life, providing significant savings through lower cost of ownership. GlassGuard will outperform all other standard and Tri-Phosphor coated lamps, providing businesses with peace of mind, by creating a safer and more cost-effective environment.

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