security window

security window

1. A steel industrial-type window, generally used in stores and warehouses to provide protection against burglary.
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The gender-neutral room for their firstborn will have cameras, stereos, and a security window.
In addition, 3M Safety and Security Window Film has been installed on interior vestibule glass doors and windows.
At the Compton store, a sign above a security window says customers must be at least 18 and have a physician's recommendation to buy medical marijuana and be 21 and have a valid photo ID for anything else.
The first element of such a plan is forming a team of professionals from law enforcement, security technologies, engineers, architects, builders and security window film and glazing experts.
The Katy Independent School District, one of the country's fastest growing school systems, has hired Commercial Window Shield for Phase 2 of a safety and security window film installation project.
From automotive security systems to home and commercial security window film, we've been helping protect our customers and their investments.
From the Update & security window, click on the setting in the left pane for Recovery.
One of the group then used the hammer to smash the security window and threaten staff, before all of them ran off emptyhanded.
Thieves broke through a security window before snatching two charity tins and a staff tip box from the shop counter.
However, a brave employee managed to hold the two thieves back by barricading the door, even going as far as to push one of the would-be thieves back through the broken security window. The raiders then got back onto the bike and rode off empty-handed but not before threatening a startled member of the public with the axe.
The equipment will include door hardware, key card security locks, security cameras and a security window film.
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