The Ceramic Series of window films from 3M uses nano-ceramic technology to offer amazing clarity and excellent heat rejection, as well as outstanding durability.
When you invest in something, you want it to last. When you have the Ceramic Series window film from 3M installed on your windows, you can feel confident knowing that your purchase will stand the test of time. Metal films can corrode and change color on the edges of windows, and window films that use dyes can fade or take on a purplish hue. The Ceramics Series is an investment for the long haul; it retains its color and appearance, backed by a manufacturer warranty.
Known for its amazing clarity, the Ceramic Series from 3M offers excellent solar control properties with a low reflectivity. The film is moderately tinted to provide additional glare reduction with only a minimal change in appearance. Anyone who spends many hours a day in front of a computer screen will appreciate this feature. Window displays will remain easily visible from the outside, and those inside the building will enjoy the view and natural light without the interference of glare or reflections.
Using nano-technology, the Ceramic Series window tinting is able to reject up to 80% of the sun’s heat-producing infrared light and blocks 99% of UV rays, keeping you, your employees and your customers cool and comfortable against the Atlanta sun. By creating a barrier against damaging UV rays, the Ceramic Series also helps to protect your furniture and flooring from permanent fading.
The Ceramic Series substantially reduces the heat load in your building, so that your air conditioning unit will not have to work as hard to keep you cool. You will begin to see your power bill shrink immediately after your window films are installed. The more windows you have, the greater the savings you can expect. The Ceramic Series allows you to take control over your energy use.
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