Neutral 40 UVC
Carefully applied to any kind of glazing, Neutral 40 UVC films are highly effective at absorbing ultraviolet rays and light originating from the Sun and the Moon. This film will protect items and furnishings exposed to Sun or Moon light from fading and premature ageing.
1. Hard scratch resistant layer, for durability and ease of maintenance during window cleaning
2. High optical quality polyester, with anti IR metal particles deposit
3. Bonding adhesive
4. High optical quality polyester
5. PS adhesive, glass polymerization within 15 days
6. Protection release liner, disposable after installation
Soapy water solution (ref. 600-F0355 Film on), do not clean for at least a month and do not apply any type of sticker or adhesive on the film.
Data calculated based on film applied to clear glass 3 mm thick (*on double glazing 4-16-4)
|Ultraviolet transmission||0.5 %|
|Visible light transmission||66 %|
|Reflection of external visible light||11 %|
|Reflection of internal visible light||11 %|
|Total solar energy rejected||42 %|
|Total solar energy rejected 2*||40 %|
|Solar ratio :|
|Solar energy reflection||18 %|
|Solar energy absorption||26 %|
|Solar energy transmission||56 %|
|Reduction in Solar Glare||28 %|
|Heat loss Reduction (Winter)|
|Rejected Infrared (760-2500 nm)|
|Installation type : Interior|
|Colour from the outside : LIGHT GREY|
Vertical installation and on standard glass surface*
|Clear single pane|
|Tinted single pane|
|Reflective tinted single pane|
|Clear double pane|
|Tinted double pane|
|Reflective tinted double pane|
|Gas-filled double pane - Low E|
|STADIP EXT. clear double pane|
|STADIP INT. clear double pane|
|Yes Caution Not recommended|
*Recommendations provided on the basis of a glazed surface covering up to 2.5m², contact us for definitive details or to obtain a thermal chock analysis report.
Non-contractual data, SOLAR SCREEN® reserves the right to modify the composition of its films at any time. Consult our guarantee vouchers and our general conditions of sale.
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