ARCHITECTURAL SPECIALTY FILMS WHITEOUT
|UV Rejection %||
|Visible Light Transmission %||
|Visible Light Reflection %||
|Total Solar Energy Rejection %||
|Infrared Rejection %||
The measure of how strong the scratch resistant layer is to permanent plastic abrasion calibrated by a sclerometer.
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.
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.
The percentage of Ultraviolet radiation that is rejected by window film or a similar glazing system.
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.