19 responses

  1. GTC-N
    August 10, 2012

    Thank you very much for the very kind review you wrote. Some minor corrections… The SR5096 is not necessarily bulletproof and it’s not hardened. Understandably i’m not going to tell how it’s done but nice to know might be: it’s only 18mm thick!

    Best regards,


    • Manny
      August 10, 2012

      Thanks for the details. 18mm thick is definitely a selling point. I hope you sell a LOT of these because they are well worth the money.

  2. Ken Collett
    August 10, 2012

    I live in a hurricane prone area of Florida, is it practical to think of putting this type of glass in a residence?

    • Manny
      August 10, 2012

      Is it safe. Absolutely. Practical? It depends on price. I’ve sent them an email asking for a price range. I have yet to receive a response.

  3. Demitri Bulganovich
    August 11, 2012

    I live in New Jersey in a relatively wealthy area. I’ve been a bit paranoid since our neighbors home was broken into and have since convinced my father, owner of the estate to purchase new doors and to reenforce the area around the windows with steel bars such that people could not simply break through the exterior wall and get inside. I’ve sent this company message after message speaking about the level of “bulletproof” they consider their highest grade windows and I have no received a single reply.

    So I am wondering, for home security, could this stop lets say; a .22? .226? .357? .44? .30 full auto? and to be completely ridiculous, .50BMG?

    I’m certain if it is bulletproof that we would outfit our estate in these windows but as far as I can tell from other companies like Texas Armoring and such that this is almost impossible without having windows more than 15inches thick and weighing nearly 150lbs each. Even at that, the windows could not withstand multiple clips worth of shots from the .50BMG, or even the .30 AK-47 if multiple clips were used.

    • Manny
      August 11, 2012

      I Don’t think it is bulletproof. Maybe it would stop small caliber shot, 1-2-3 shots, but not what you want. These are mainly in use against direct physical hits with big, but slow moving, objects. for something really bulletproof you would need to buy those 15 inches windows.

      But you’re asking about serious firepower protection there, military grade. There is no bulletproof window that will withstand hits forever.

      If you really want to overcome this you may also need to use metal plates over those windows. Plain metal plates won’t do though. You need to have them created with lots of wrinkles under a certain angle and with a certain nominal height to increase the width a bullet has to go through (same like a tank does with its hull).

      If people use military grade weapons out there, I’d move.

  4. Robert Kirk
    January 28, 2013

    I’m getting ready to open a drive-up carry out business and I would like to price out a 5 foot circular window for a wine cave display. Also 4 windows that is 42″ tall by 56″ long.

    Thanks for the help!

    Robert Kirk

    • Manny
      January 29, 2013

      Hi Robert,

      You would need to contact them at this page:

      They say in there:

      Landverhuizersplein 28
      3072 MH Rotterdam
      The Netherlands T: +31 (0) 10 8182170 f: +31 (0) 10 8424128 info@sr5096.nl For your reseller of all SR 5096, Pyred and Medi Safe products: Ask us for your regional reseller.

      I hope you will get the glass as soon as possible :D

  5. Jude
    April 22, 2013

    I am interested in purchasing the same for my house windows and do away with grills and roller shutters. Does GTC

  6. Jude
    April 22, 2013

    Does GTC-N have an email address whereby I can get the cost inclusive of delivery/shipping charges to Malaysia?

  7. Jude
    April 22, 2013

    A few of my construction and developer friends were reviewing the video on youtube and they are keen to import the glass in for construction of residential houses in Malaysia. Crime rate is high here and if the pricing is right there is a good market for the product here

  8. George
    June 19, 2013

    Why I couldn’t send them an email?
    When I send it,I receive some error from the receiver server???

    • Manny
      June 20, 2013

      What error do you receive? Insert all the details int he reply, please :D

  9. rosie
    July 11, 2013

    Has anyone been able to contact the manufacturer? If so, any quotes? Also is it wind rated? Much thanks. Kudos to the brilliant folks at GNC-N!

    • Manny
      July 14, 2013

      Hi. No idea about the actual manufacturer. Could not contact them. Maybe anyone else?

  10. susan
    December 3, 2013

    How much does SR 5096 window of 4′ X 7′ in size cost?

    • Manny
      December 3, 2013

      Couldn’t yet find out about the price. sorry.

  11. John Desch
    January 7, 2014

    Would like to find out more about this glass. Is there a sales rep in the Houston, TX area?

    • Manny
      January 10, 2014

      Hmm, no idea, unfortunately. I have sent them emails a couple of times and they have not yet responded back :(

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