Window tinting

Window tinting

About Window tinting

There are many types of window tint available in the market for a wide variety of uses from solar heat reduction to UV protection, privacy to safety and security, decorative applications to heat retention. 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 usually 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." Modern window film technology has created Ceramic Window Film which are non-metallic and do not contain dyes that can result in discoloration. The ceramic and metallic window films usually cost 10_15 percent more than regular window film but can reduce energy transmission by as much as 80 percent."

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