Automotive window film

  • 05-Apr-2010 08:26 EDT
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The LLumar CTX film series from CPFilms uses Ceramatrix advanced technology to provide UV absorption and heat rejection without blocking electronic signal transmissions. The automotive window film blocks up to 99% of harmful UV rays and provides up to 60% heat rejection—the maximum of any LLumar signal-enabling film—which creates a more comfortable environment for passengers and helps protect a vehicle’s interior appearance. Available in a soft charcoal color that enhances vehicle appearance inside and out while providing a shade range from 5 to 50%, these films add privacy for passengers and valuables while reducing glare by up to 94%, says the company. An advanced scratch-resistant coating and built-in UV absorbers increase the durability and life of the film. All CTX Films from LLumar come with a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty against cracking, peeling, or bubbling.

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