Nonmetalized window films

  • 27-Jul-2009 01:06 EDT
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Solar Gard offers five additional shades in its ultraperformance (UP) series of sun-blocking automotive window films. The film coating is produced using nanoparticles, in which millions of microscopic particles work together to intercept infrared radiation emitted from the sun. Featuring heat rejection that does not block electronic signals, UP series films offer a wide range of shades to meet local tint laws and consumer needs. Benefits of the Solar Gard UP series include a total solar energy rejected (TSER) ability ranging from 37 to 51, no interference with electronic devices, film clarity, color stability, and low reflectivity. All UP films are scratch-resistant and come with a limited lifetime warranty in North America, providing dealers insurance against film failure.

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