The window protective film can prevent vandalism and thieves during operation, and it is explosion-proof and shock-proof. The inner surface of the architectural glass can effectively prevent natural disasters and man-made damage during operation, thus forming an invisible protective net to a certain extent. Reduce personal injury, protect property, and even replace the home security iron fence. It is also possible to fix the broken glass in place to reduce the effects of the explosion and reduce personal injury.
The main protective materials such as plasticizers and anti-aging agents added to the window protective film during the production process are toxic. Plasticizers in daily-use polyvinyl chloride plastics mainly use dibutyl terephthalate and phthalic acid. Such as octyl ester, these chemicals are toxic, and the oil in the food is easy to dissolve the plasticizer "ethyl ammonia" in the plastic wrap, which has a great destructive effect on the human endocrine system and will disturb the body's hormone metabolism.
When the window protective film is operated, the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) product containing the lead salt antioxidant will be exposed to lead in contact with ethanol, ether and other solvents. When the lead-containing polyvinyl chloride is used as a food packaging and meets fritters, fried cakes, fried fish, cooked meat products, and cake snacks, the lead molecules will diffuse into the grease, so PVC plastic bags cannot be used. Contains oily foods.