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    "Solar Control and Energy Savings" - Fact Sheet for Professionals
Untreated glazing offers little protection against solar energy, allowing excessive visible light (glare), infra-red (heat) and UV (ultra violet) to pass through, bringing with them a wide array of challenges. Window Film can alleviate many solar control issues whilst retaining the view through the window.  They are non-disruptive to install and maintain, and require no human intervention to operate.

 

 
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"Solar Control and Energy Savings" - Fact Sheet for Consumers
Untreated glazing offers little protection against solar energy, allowing excessive visible light (glare), infra-red (heat) and UV (ultra violet) to pass through, bringing with them a wide array of challenges. Window Film can alleviate many solar control issues whilst retaining the view through the window.  They are non-disruptive to install and maintain, and require no human intervention to operate.  

 

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    "Increasing Protection and Privacy" - Automotive Window Film Fact Sheet
Improved your car's thermal comfort and appearance, reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, reduced glare or more UV protection, automotive glass tinting has many advantages.

 


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    "Enhancing the Security of Existing Glazing" - Security Window Film Fact Sheet for Professionals
Glazing is a popular component of buildings. However, as its use increases so does the risk of collisions, accidental breakage and personal injury. It is also frequently the most vulnerable part of a building, making it a target for thieves and vandals. Window Film can improve the safety of glazing without changing its appearance. 

 


Thumbnail Safety Fact Sheet     "Enhancing the Safety of Existing Glazing" - Safety Window Film Fact Sheet for Professionals
Glazing is a popular component of buildings. However, as its use increases so does the risk of collisions, accidental breakage and personal injury. It is also frequently the most vulnerable part of a building, making it a target for thieves and vandals. Window Film can improve the safety of glazing without changing its appearance.