Window tinting film or laminate is a self-adhesive polyester film that is applied to glass surfaces.
It is used as a “modifying” application for existing glass in automobiles, homes, and commercial buildings in order to improve solar control, safety and appearance.
Solar radiation from the sun is divided into 3 components: visible light that we can see, infrared rays that we feel like heat, and ultraviolet rays, which are invisible. When solar radiation come across glass, the window film acts as a “sunscreen” to block harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and regulate the levels of heat and light that pass through the glass. The amount of heat and light rejected depends on the type of window film selected.