reduces co2 emissions
saves 25% of cooling costs
saves 5% of total energy consumption
reduces carbon footprint
positive return on investment
clinton climate initiative approved product
unaltered view day or night
allows 72% light transmission – virtually invisible
available in a security grade for bomb blast protection
15 year warranty
co2 emissions and your buildings carbon footprint can be greatly reduced with our latest window coatings.
a positive return on investment with a 25% reduction in energy cooling costs. accredited clinton foundation climate change initiative product is easily retrofitted with minimal disruption.
demand for creating a better environment, both inside and out, has never been so high. many companies have made a corporate pledge to reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint.
others, driven by increasing energy costs and their impact on profits, are investing in systems and technologies that deliver energy savings.
with the goal of quick payback, these improvements often come in the form of new lighting and hvac systems. increasingly, our spectrally selective window film applied to existing glazing is included in these retrofit upgrades.
the latest technology window film rejects up to 65% of solar energy, dramatically reducing heat gain through glass while allowing daylighting of interiors and reducing glare.
building occupants enjoy natural sunlight without suffering from intense solar heat and glare, and the need for air conditioning is significantly reduced.
with the proven heat-rejection properties of window film, you eliminate "hot spots" and extreme peaks in air conditioning demands at certain times of the day.
interior temperatures are more controllable and stable, allowing cooling systems to work within capacity and consume less energy.
applying window film has virtually no effect on the exterior of your building. film is applied on the inside of windows, so there are no structural changes and no special maintenance is required.
installation can be scheduled around peak work hours, minimiSing impact on building occupants.