Products

We have worked with some of the world most recognized as
VKOOL, 3M, LLUMAR, SOLAR GARD, ARCARCO and SUNMASTER.

Dyed Film

  • The dyed film is the process of adding colour to black-and-white film, usually using soaking the film in dye and staining the film emulsion. The effect is that all of the light shining through is filtered.
  • Dyed window tint film, is the most economical type of window-tinting film – least expensive and rather less functional than the others – blocks light rays by the addition of dye to the film; the dye is placed in a layer next to the adhesive, and then applied to the window. Solar heat is absorbed by the dye in the film, thus preventing some of the heat from entering through the window. However, the dyed window-tinting film is used primarily for appearance. From the outside, the dyed film looks flat and opaque, providing some privacy while still permitting visibility from the interior; when used on the windows, it will appear black. The dye does tend to fade with time, however. The heat-reduction provided by most varieties of the dyed film is not particularly high.
1.0
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UV Rejection:
up to 99%

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Visible Light Transmission:
up to 70%

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Infrared Rejection:
up to 50%

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Solar Energy Rejected: 
up to 40%

Metalized Film

  • Metallisation is performed using a physical vapour deposition process. The metal is heated and evaporated under vacuum.  This coating will not fade or discolour over time.
  • The metallized film, keeps heat away from interior space by reflecting it away. This metallic content strengthens the window as well; the window will be much more shatter-resistant when metallized film is used. Metallized window-tinting film creates a shiny appearance from the outside. It is more resistant to scratches than dyed film.
3.2
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UV Rejection: 
up to 99%

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Visible Light Transmission: 
up to 70%

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Infrared Rejection: 
up to 98%

SOLAR 82

Solar Energy Rejected: 
up to 82%

Ceramic Film

  • Ceramic film is another quality type of window tint film, and also expensive, contains neither metal, dye, nor infrared ink but instead a kind of ceramic particle.. Ceramic window-tinting film cuts from 45% to 50% of the solar heat that enters through the windows in the form of infrared light, while allowing maximum visibility both by day and night.
4.2
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UV Rejection: 
up to 99%

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Visible Light Transmission: 
up to 70%

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Infrared Rejection: 
up to 97%

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Solar Energy Rejected: 
up to 72%

Safety and Security Film

  • Safety and security window films are polyester or PET films that are applied to glass and glazing to hold them together if the glass is shattered.
  • The films are adhesive coated to bond them to the glass. And they are available in various thicknesses, from 100 micrometre (or 4 mils minimum 2 ply) through to 525 micrometres (21 mils).
  • Safety and security films can have components added, such as for solar control and decorative effects
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UV Rejection:
up to 99%

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Visible Light Transmission:
up to 70%

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Infrared Rejection:
up to 79%

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Thickness:
up to 14mil 

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