AUTOMOTIVE FILMS SUNBLADE SBD05 NON-DYED CARBON CERAMIC 05%
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. However in recent years, the latest innovation from SolarFree Window Film has finally produced a new breed of solar control window film — a non-dyed, nano-carbon, automotive window film called Sunblade. This unique automotive film surpasses predecessors simply with its ability to effectively block high levels of heat, while remaining installer-friendly, due to its extremely strong scratch resistant coating. Sunblade boasts a transferable warranty due to its color-stable nature, with its darkest shade yielding a staggering visible light transmittance of 3%. Call your local SolarFree film representative for a free sample roll of Sunblade and join the nano-ceramic revolution today!
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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.