In 1994, during a firefighting operation in Taiwan, China, firefighter Chen Mingda witnessed two children crying loudly in the window, they cannot escape because of the stainless steel anti-theft window (iron fence) installed in their home. After the firefighters brought heavy tools and damaged the bars, precious few minutes of escape have been lost. The fire was extinguished, but the two children lost their lives. Residents accused the firefighting of being too slow and the firefighters felt guilty in the face of accusations. However, in future fires, they encountered iron anti-theft windows and affected rescue operations.
Yes, this iron pipe anti-theft window is really harmful! Is it really necessary to install stainless steel anti-theft windows? However, there are often reports of children falling from buildings due to the lack of anti-theft windows.
So, is it possible to use a safety product that not only protects life and property, but also facilitates safe escape, without affecting the beauty of the building?
Mr. Chen Mingda has devoted many years of research and repeated experiments, and finally invented the invisible anti-theft net and invisible protection net.