C-Bond Systems Launches New Division “Patriot Glass Solutions” to Protect Property Across the U.S.

C-Bond Systems, a nanotechnology solutions company, has launched Patriot Glass Solutions to protect personal and business property across the U.S. C-Bond’s proprietary glass strengthening technology protects property from looting, rioting, break-ins and gunfire.

With the company’s recent acquisition of A1 Glass Coating, its window film distributor, C-Bond is rebranding its Safety Solutions Group as Patriot Glass Solutions. Patriot Glass Solutions will be headed by Michael Wanke, the president of A1 Glass Coating. A1 Glass Coating has been a provider of window film for more than 30 years.

Patriot Glass Solutions offers C-Bond BRS (ballistic-resistant film system), C-Bond Secure, which protects against forced entry, and other types of specialized window film including solar/”green” film, radiofrequency film (anti-eavesdropping film), graffiti control film and bird strike film. C-Bond BRS has been installed in over 80 schools, government buildings, media sites and other high-security facilities around the country.

“Over the last two years, with the climate of social unrest, protests, riots, and shootings, we must find a better way to protect our property,” says Scott Silverman, chairman and CEO of C-Bond. “Patriot Glass Solutions, powered by C-Bond BRS and C-Bond Secure, has the ability to be part of that solution. We are seeing increased interest for our exclusive product lineup and converting this demand into orders, and with the pending infrastructure bill, we believe the timing is ripe to launch Patriot Glass Solutions.”

It is estimated that the protests that occurred in 140 U.S. cities over the spring of 2020 will cost the insurance industry as much as $2 billion in claims, according to Axios. Those figures do not include losses to uninsured businesses.

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