Lighten Up With Virtually Transparent Window Films
Do the words "window tinting" conjure up images of gloomy interiors and shiny or discolored glass?
If so, meet Ceramic Tint, a new line of spectrally-sensitive window films designed to fill your rooms with pleasing, natural light while rejecting unwanted heat and UV radiation.
Earlier window tint technologies use colored dye or fine metallic particles to absorb and reflect solar energy. These tints couldn't discriminate natural light from solar heat and harmful UV radiation, all of which have slightly different wavelengths.
Thanks to advances in nanoceramic technology, consumers no longer need to trade bright rooms and crisp views for energy savings. Today's spectrally-specific films use tiny ceramic particles to block heat and UV while letting up to 78% of visible light shine through.
Ceramic films are noncorrosive, won't interfere with electrical signals and offer crisp, natural views day and night. And because the nanoceramic particles are virtually invisible, ceramic film is an excellent choice for consumers who want to maintain the original appearance of their windows.
Ceramic tint is an ideal choice for:
Preserving the integrity and appearance of historic buildings
Seaside locations where salt may corrode metallic films
Condos, townhomes and other structures subject to strict architectural covenants
Vehicles with GPS systems or satellite radio (metallic films may cause signal interference)
Anyone looking to increase energy efficiency without sacrificing natural light or crisp views