Zenith Nano-Ceramic Range Window Solar Films (For Home & Offices)
CR 25 – 25% Visible Light Enter
CR 35 – 35% Visible Light Enter
The list of reasons to install Zenith Solar Films:
Zenith Window Films’ range of Nano Ceramic Sun Control Solar Films rejects up to 99.9% of the sun’s harmful Ultraviolet UVA and UVB rays. This prolongs the lifespan of your furniture and finishing. It also reduces the risk of developing skin or eye related problems such as skin cancer or cataract according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. Ultraviolet is a harmful ray that most of us give little regard for as it is invisible and its effects tend to occur over an extensive period of time. Prevention is better than cure. Tinting your window panes will help to significantly reduce these harmful UV Rays from entering as well as making it cooler! Why not get a FREE Quote today?
Zenith’s Sun Control Solar Window Films provides maximum Infrared Rejection(IR) while reducing glare. As Infrared makes up the highest percentage of rays emitted by the sun, it is the main cause of heat. Therefore, our Nano Ceramic Tint Films guarantee minimization of hot spots in an area to keep occupants comfortable. This, in turn,translates to cost savings by reducing the strain on cooling systems of a building. This is made possible with a unique nanotechnology manufacturing process to produce a multi-layered window tinting film.
Our Solar Films are also Scratch Resistant with a measurement of 3H on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. On this scale, a material’s hardness is compared to that of a mineral. For this instance, 3H is determined to be of the same hardness as Calcium Carbonate a compound that makes up Limestone.
Zenith’s Nano Ceramic Sun Control Solar Films are 100% metal-free which ensures no corrosion of the window film and no interference with telecommunication signal frequencies like mobile phone or Wi-Fi reception. By having no metallic contents also means it reduces the reflectivity of the glass to minimize irritance under light unlike conventional reflective films. This will result in an enhancement of visibility through the glass.