|Kane's Narrowline security screens on Denis Edward Hall |
at the University of Scranton
To view this series from the beginning, please refer to Higher Ed Window Safety Series (PART 1): Benefits of Security Screens
|A student safely escapes thanks to Kane Screens'|
Crime Shield single point release
- Down Release - This means that the security screen can be opened by pushing down on a single release point.
- Roto Release - When the release is rotated, the screen swings free of the sub-frame, offering instant egress from the room.
- Lift Release - To operate this release, a student simply lifts on the handle. The multiple steel latches then retract and the screen swings free for egress. The lift release is adaptable for interior or exterior installations.
- Choose a security screen with a narrow sightline. Click here to learn about some designs that can provide high security levels while providing this aesthetic.
- Be sure the security barrier frame is painted to match the color of the existing window frame. Many manufacturers offer custom colors or anodized finishes.
- Reduce infill glare. Make it visually “disappear” by painting it black.