Protecting yourself and your home from harmful UV rays is crucial, and Zenith Window Films’ Nano Ceramic Series is the perfect solution.
With its ability to block up to 99.9% of UVA and UVB rays, you can be sure that your benefits are much more than just fading issues.
By tinting your windows with the Nano Ceramic Series, you’re taking a proactive step towards protecting yourself and your loved ones.
Not only will you be safer, but your home will also be more comfortable with the Nano Ceramic Series keeping out the heat.
So don’t wait any longer and invest in the Nano Ceramic Series today to enjoy a safer and more comfortable home.
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 Series guarantees the minimization of hot spots in an area to keep occupants comfortable.
With our unique nanotechnology technology to produce a multi-layered window tinting film, be assured this is the right film you will be getting.
Our products are widely used for Homes- HDB/Condos/Landed Properties in Singapore.
They are highly effective in keeping the house interiors cooler.
Zenith’s Nano Ceramic Sun Control Solar Films are 100% metal-free.
This ensures no corrosion of the window film and no interference with telecommunication signal frequencies like a mobile phone or Wi-Fi reception.
By having no metallic contents also means it reduces the reflectivity of the glass to minimize irritants under light, unlike conventional reflective films.
This will result in an enhancement of visibility through the glass with the help of Nano-Ceramic Series.
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Lastly, we provide our workmanship & solar films a warranty period against peeling, bubbling & discoloration.
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