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The window film is a thin film or laminate that can be installed to the interior of glass surfaces in AUTOMOTIVES, BOATS, HOMES and BUILDINGS. It is usually made from POLYESTER due to its clarity, tensile strength, dimensional stability and ability to accept a variety of surface-applied or embedded treatments. Window film can be generically described by the components it contains for performance and/or aesthetics: i.e. dyed, metallized, ceramic, or by its intended use. Uses can be roughly divided into (1) automotive/marine, where surfaces are often curved, and (2) architectural, where flat glass is usual.
Application: Window film is normally applied by professional service companies but there are also D.I.Y. kits widely available. The International Window Film Association, founded in 1991, provides unbranded information about window films.
DEFINITION: There are many different grades, shades, colors, and thicknesses of available window films built to offer solutions to a variety of challenges.
Window films are a retrofit upgrade for existing glass that can be used to address problems inherent to glazing, including:
- Heat and glare reduction
- Thermal insulation
- UV filtration
- Safety and security
- Decoration, Signage and branding
- Protection from GRAFFITI
Window films are an extremely cost-effective method to reduce heating and cooling costs in existing buildings by reducing the amount of heat transfer through glazing.