Kane Security Screens Have Been the Tufts University Preferred Choice for Window Protection for Over a Decade.
In 2001, the facilities personnel at Tufts University's main campus commissioned Kane to secure the windows on all first floor residential units, while maintaining the aesthetics of the structure. Kane provided the university with (502) Level 6 Aluminum Van-Guard screens with 12-mesh, .028" diameter stainless steel wire cloth and (522) Level 4 Fixed Aluminum Protector Screens with the same infill. Additional projects were completed from 2002 through 2014, making Kane Security products the Tufts University standard in window protection.
Tufts University, established in 1852, has four main campuses, three of which are located in the Boston area.
The Protector series prevents against glass breakage, vandalism and accidental falls. These screens provide high visibility infill to blend with exisiting building conditions and allow for abundant natural light to filter through in interior spaces.
The Van-Guard screens are designed to withstand criminal activity within the toughest urban environments. These screens offer heavy-duty framing members and Kane's detention-grade 107 bitt key lock and bolt stations.