3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004

Why Use 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004?

The best value for the unexpected problems from issues such as property damage and defacement. Subways, trains, public washrooms, elevators, stairways and escalators have all become prime targets for vandalism and graffiti. Vandalism also happens by the use of a sharp instrument or etching with acid.


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INPS Group Anti Graffiti Train Car Windows
 

Subway Stations, Train Stations, Bus Stations

Prevent vanadalism with a simple removable surface protection film.

The films provides a protective barrier from graffiti for vulnerable areas, preventing damage before it happens.

Each layer of the the films four layers, are easily removed and replaced should the surface become vandalized.

To deter vandalism, transit authorities use surface protective films for substantial cost and time savings in contrast to replacing windows.

How 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004 Benefits Your Transit Facility:

  • Reduce the high cost of maintenance, repair, removal and replacement
  • Prevent damage to both interior and exterior surfaces
  • Improve transit users feelings of security with less vandalized surfaces.
  • Increase transit useage with increased appearance of safety due to attractive interior and exterior surfaces
  • Protects your assets (windows) from damage done from etching, marking or defacing of the actual glass.
3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004
 
3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004
Vandalism also happens by the use of a sharp instrument or etching with acid

3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004 Consists Of 4 Layers Each with a Hard Coat to Resist Any Damage Occurring to the Window

When the film is marked, based on the maintenance schedule for a train car, the film is simply stripped off one sheet at a time, leaving an optically clear new surface once again.

3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004 is applied to the interior and exterior windows of Subway Stations, Train Stations and Bus Stations. The Anti-graffiti film can be applied on flat glass surfaces in transit facilities.

Having this multi-layer film applied prevents graffiti markings on:

  • Bus shelters
  • Advertising Panels
  • Map Panels
  • Seating areas
  • Side and back glass panels • Digital displays
  • Elevators
  • Digital cases
  • Escalators

Having this multi-layer film applied prevents graffiti tagging on:

  • Bus shelters
  • Pay stations
  • Platform entrances
  • Map and display cases
  • Security booths
  • Restrooms
  • Wall panels
  • Terminal entrances

Transit users will appreciate the use of 3M™ Scotchgard™ Multi-Layer Protective Film 1004.

By protecting your interior and exterior surfaces your passengers will enjoy:

  • Clean stations and washrooms
  • Feelings of Safety
  • The longevity of the ‘new’ looking appearance

Improving their overall experience!

David Wade, INPS Product Engineer at INPS said:

“3M Scotchgard™ Multi-layer Protective Film is designed to deter vandalism, tagging, scribing, etching and abrasion. Our 3M 1004 Film meets smoke, fire and toxicity requirement as per FRA Regulations.”

 

Why Protect Transit Facilities?

Your Transit Facilities are high traffic areas under constant use. Keeping your facilities free of vandalism and graffiti will enhance the overall customer experience and sense of safety.

Why 3M Scotchgard™ Multi-layer Protective Film 1004?

3M Scotchgard™ Multi-layer Protective Film 1004 provides four individual peel-away layers with a single installation.

3M Scotchgard™ Multi-layer Protective Film 1004
Keep your facilities free of vandalism and graffiti

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