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Window films are much in demand in today’s modern living as they offer
privacy and safety besides improving the aesthetics of a building. They
are also useful in guarding us from the harmful ultra violet rays of sun.
Residential buildings, Government buildings and also commercial buildings
are using window film .
If you are looking for a cost effective privacy solution, you can opt
for the clear frost window film. Black opaque film will offer the ultimate
privacy and security. For decorative purposes, decorative window films
are also available in a plethora of unique designs with stunning finishes
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Our decorative window films are a cost effective privacy solution that
is flexible and achieves some truly outstanding results. Clear Frost offers
a much more affordable solution than glass etching and the design can
be easily and inexpensively updated when fashions change. The opaque window
films offer the next step in privacy. Black opaque window film offers
a complete blackout for very high security. Solar Gard decorative film
offers unlimited options to designers to create beautiful, unique designs
for any business whether for attracting attention or to subtly improving
Our Window tinting make light a welcome addition to your environment.
Our windows films remove up to 99% of the sun's damaging UV rays,
which cause fading and sun damage. Additional benefits include an
elegant appearance, reduced glare and improved comfort, with up to
78% of the sun's heat that comes through the window being reflected
away. By reducing heat, you save on your energy costs.
Solar Gard window film is the one product that starts working for
you the minute it's installed to your glass, offering benefits beyond
your needs. Since Solar Gard blocks 98 percent of damaging ultraviolet
light and as much as 82 percent of uncomfortable solar heat. Professionally
installed, Solar Gard window film comes in a range of products to
fit all your solar protection needs. You may need Security Window
film for your house or commercial space. We have them to.
Our Safety and Security Window film Toronto helps
hold your glass in place during destructive weather conditions,
bomb blasts, explosions, or smash and grab burglaries. It helps
maintain the integrity of a structure's outer shell to keep wind,
rain and flying glass fragments from wreaking havoc inside the structure.
Optically clear Armorcoat safety films are colorless and undetectable
on glass, which makes them the perfect protection retrofit. Unlike
many other windows films, Armorcoat clear safety windows films films
are non-reflective so it is virtually invisible on your windows.
You maintain the natural appearance of your windows day or night.
There is no mirror effect or detectable change to the glass surface
so your windows look clear, bright and beautiful.
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Few things about Window Film
Heat rejection films are normally applied to the interior of flat glass
windows to reduce the amount of infrared, visible light, and ultraviolet
(UV) radiation entering windows. Such films are either dyed or metalized
(which can be transparent to visible light) to convert incoming solar
radiation to infrared radiation, which is then rejected back through
the glass to the exterior. They usually cost 10-15 percent more than
regular windows but can reduce energy loss by as much as 30-50 percent."
To keep the sun's heat out of the house, a low-emissivity coating should
be applied to the outside pane of glazed windows. If the windows are
designed to provide heat energy in the winter and keep heat inside the
house (typical of cold climates), the low-emissivity coating should
be applied to the inside pane of glazed windows. Such films also reduce
the amount of visible and ultraviolet light entering a window, and are
often applied to reduce fading of the contents of a room. Silvered film
may also be employed to the same end. New technology spectrally selective
films that block certain wavelengths of the suns infra red energy reject
solar heat without reducing natural light.
Security films are applied to prevent glass from shattering. Typically
applied to commercial glass, these films are made of heavy-gauge plastic
and are intended to maintain the integrity of glass when subject to
heavy impact. The most robust security films are capable of preventing
fragmentation and the production of hazardous glass shards from forces
such as bomb blasts. Some companies have even experimented with bullet
ballistics of multiple layers of security film.
These security films, if applied properly, can also provide protection
for vehicles.These security films are often tinted and can be up to
400 micrometers (µm) thick, compared to less than 50 µm for ordinary
tint films. If anchored correctly, they can also provide protection
for architectural glazing in the event of an explosion. A layer of film
(of 100 µm thickness or greater) can prevent the ejection of spall when
a projectile impacts on its surface, creating small dagger-like shards
of glass that can cause injury.
Graphic design films are generally colored vinyl or frosted. Frosted
finish films closely resemble sandblasted or acid-etched glass, while
vinyl films are available in a range of colors. Both types of films
are commonly used in commercial applications.
Privacy films reduce visibility through the glass. Privacy film for
flat-glass commercial and residential applications may be silvered,
offering an unimpeded view from the low-light side but virtually no
view from the high-light side. It may also be frosted, rendering the
window translucent but not transparent. Privacy films for automobiles
are available in gradients of darkness, with the darker tints commonly
known as "limo tint."
The thicker window films known as safety and security window film are
designed to perform under extreme conditions, and as such there are
specific standard criteria these films should meet, such as American
standards ANSI Z.97, CPSC 16 CFR 1201, Cat II (400 ft-lb), and the British
Standards BS 6206 (Class A, B, C). The European Committee for Standardization
offer the EN12600 standard Classification of Resistance of Glazing to
Impact. Often, building codes dictate that a film must have a report
verifying that it has met at least one of these standards.
Solar window film is usually subject to less critical testing. However,
standards are in place to maintain a level of quality in the industry.
The ANSI Standards ASTM E903 and ASTM D1044-93 relate to the solar/UV
transmission properties and abrasion resistance, respectively. The larger
window film manufacturers use these standards to guarantee the quality
of their raw materials and finished products.