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IMPACT TESTED WINDOWS
Rigorosly tested to perform well in the most stringent conditions, impact rated products are ideal for areas with intense winds and where wind-borne debris may occur.
Specifically designed to meet or exceed building codes used in areas susceptible to extreme weather, Quaker’s impact rated products combine specialized laminated glass with a structurally reinforced frame.
Quaker’s impact rated windows meet ASTM E1886, ASTM E1996, TAS 201 and TAS 203 impact testing standards.
For areas at risk of hurricanes, Quaker’s impact rated windows and doors significantly minimize the risk of severe damage.
Many of Quaker impacted rated products are certified to withstand up to category 4 hurricanes, with windspeeds up to 140 mph. The strong interlayer holds back damaging weather and reduces the potential for extensive damage.
Not only do Quaker impact products assist in retaining building stability, but they add additional indoor protection.
In the case of breakage, the laminated glass sandwich stays inside the frame and hold the glass fragments in place. Occupants remain safe and sound, and the building envelope stays intact.
Due to their robust design, Quaker impact-resistant windows and doors are also an effective way to deter unwanted visitors.
Since these products cannot be smashed like regular windows, a usually easy entry point is transformed into a fortified defensive barrier that intruders will struggle to infiltrate.
Quaker’s windows and doors offer all the standard customizations for your commercial building project. Everything from custom colors, finishes and other surface treatments, as well as decorative bars, grids and other aesthetic enhancements are all available.
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Quaker staff are dedicated to helping make your next project stand strong. Contact a representative in your area today for more information on how impact rated windows and doors can fit your specific project.