ZTOA ZTOA80

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AUTOMOTIVE FILMS ZTOA NR PREMIUM CERAMIC NON-REFLECTIVE CHARCOAL 80%

Over the past 20 years, automotive window film technology has not changed, yet today’s vehicles are equipped with state-of-the-art electronics and digital gadgets. SolarFree wants you to experience nanotechnology at its finest with ZTOA, a superior modern automotive film that rejects up to 95% of infrared heat while retaining the benefits of standard solar control film. ZTOA allows zero signal interference, 99% UV rejection, and blocks up to 59% total solar energy so that everyday drivers can remain cool even during the hottest summer days. ZTOA’s impressive ability lies in its highly developed construction, where superior-grade PET film meets advanced nanotechnology.

 

ZTOA80
  • SR Hardness: 2H>
  • THICKNESS: 1.5MIL  
SHADE (CHARCOAL)
  • 5%
  • 20%
  • 35%
  • 50%
  • 80%
UV Rejection %
  • 99>
  • 99>
  • 99>
  • 99>
  • 99>
Visible Light Transmission %
  • 5
  • 20
  • 35
  • 49
  • 80
Visible Light Reflection %
  • 6
  • 6
  • 6
  • 6
  • 6
Total Solar Energy Rejection %
  • 59
  • 55
  • 53
  • 51
  • 45
Infrared Rejection %
  • 95
  • 90
  • 88
  • 80
  • 78

 

Grossary of Terms
  • SR HARDNESS: Scratch Resistance Hardness

    The measure of how strong the scratch resistant layer is to permanent plastic abrasion calibrated by a sclerometer.

  • VLT: % Visual Light Transmission

    The percentage of total visible light that passes through window film or a similar glazing system. A lower VLT percentage allows improved glare control whereas a higher VLT percentage offers more natural lighting.

  • VLR: % Visual Light Reflectance

    The percentage of total visible light that is reflected by window film or a similar glazing system. A higher VLR percentage allows improved glare control and often displays a more reflective and/or darker appearance.

  • UV REJECTED: % Ultraviolet Radiation Rejected

    The percentage of Ultraviolet radiation that is rejected by window film or a similar glazing system.

  • TSER: % Total Solary Energy Rejected

    The percentage of incident solar energy (heat) that is rejected by window film or a similar glazing system. This value is equal to the combination of solar reflectance and the portion of solar absorption that is outwardly re-rediated.

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