SENTRY SNT03

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AUTOMOTIVE FILMS SENTRY SNT03 COLOR STABLE / CARBON 3% SHADE 3%

Year after year, SolarFree dedicates itself to excellence, research and development. Not only do we strive to enhance the quality of our films, but in consideration of current economic times, we strive to provide our customers with the most competitive prices all the while adhering to the utmost standards of quality. This year, we introduce a new automotive film line that combines the most advanced film coating techniques with modern nano-pigment technologies. With our new line, Sentry, drivers can enjoy the comforts and benefits of superior solar shielding. Sentry is a unique film that surpasses the limits of traditional dyed films and provides a lifetime of color stability at an incredible price point.

 

SENTRY SNT03
  • SR Hardness: 2H>
  • THICKNESS: 1.5MIL
SHADE (CHARCOAL)
  • 5%
  • 20%
  • 35%
  • 50%
UV Rejection %
  • 99
  • 99
  • 99
  • 99
Visible Light Transmission %
  • 2
  • 20
  • 36
  • 50
Visible Light Reflection %
  • 7
  • 7
  • 7
  • 7
Total Solar Energy Rejection %
  • 61
  • 52
  • 45
  • 39
Infrared Rejection %
  • 80
  • 52
  • 40
  • 30
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.