Solar protection 52%

EXT 600
Prices
Dimensions (of rolls)
  • 1.22 x 2.5 m
  • 1.22 x 10 m
  • 1.22 x 30 m
Shipping time
24 / 48h

Description

The solar protection film EXT 600 was designed in order to significantly reduce heat and glare from the sun once applied on windows.

Unlike conventional glare-reducing materials, EXT 600 has non-reflective form, which returns solar rays through panes rather than absorbing them. Moreover, it is an extremely efficient product used to minimize heat, while maintaining glass transparency as well as its visual aspects.

It highly improves comfort in rooms invaded by the sun is spectacular.

It should be noted that radiation can be transmitted in two ways. Therefore, the transmission factor T comprises of:

A direct transmission (DT),for which radiation is not affected by the material

A diffused transmission (Tdif),which corresponds to the diffusion of radiation in all directions by the material

The sum of the parts transmitted directly as well as the parts transmitted in a defused manner, are equal to the total transmission: DT + Tdif = T

The reflection and absorption factors may also depend on product faces.

Solar Control

To avoid overheating:

  • ensure air circulation,
  • use films with a limited energy transmission, called “Anti-Heat Films”, which allow only a certain fraction of the solar energy to pass through, enabling the light to be conserved by minimizing overheating,
  • save energy related to the use of air conditioners,
  • gain up to 10 °C temperature,
  • improve comfort,
  • reduce glare.

Solar Factor

Solar factor (G) of a window is a ratio between the total energy entering a room through the window and the incident solar radiation. This total energy is the sum of the solar energy entering by direct transmission, and the energy yielded by the glazing to the interior atmosphere, following its heating by energy absorption.

Greenhouse Effect

Solar energy entering a room through a glazing is absorbed by objects and internal walls which when heated re-emit thermal radiation located mainly in the far infrared (greater than 5 μm). Glazing, even light, is practically opaque to radiations of wavelengths greater than 5μm. The solar energy entering through the windows is therefore trapped in the room which tends to heat up. It is the “greenhouse effect” that can be seen for example when a car is parked in direct sunlight with closed windows.

Application Method

The glass surface to be glued on has to be free from dust, grease or other contaminants. Some specific materials such as polycarbonate can cause air bubble problems. Therefore, a compatibility test is recommended. For more precision we recommend to refer back to the application table.

Production and standards

In order to constantly improve our production we may change a product colour and manufacturing process without prior notice. Before applying our products we recommend that our users ensure that the film is suitable for the intended use and comply with current standards.

In order to maintain the high level of quality, we do not recommend mixing different film productions when applying films

Characteristics

 

Material : PET 36 microns

Adhesive: Acrylic polymer

Liner : Siliconed PET 23 microns

Color : Metalized Silver

Application : External & Internal

Warranty : 10 ans years for vertical application in Central Europe

Solar factor G : 48 %

Total Solar Reflection : 52 %

Total Solar Absorption : 19 %

Total Solar Transmission : 43 %

Total Rejected Solar Energy : 52 %

UVA Transmission : 10 %

Application T° : Min. + 5°c

Fire rating: B-s1,d0

Standards : EUROCLASSES

 

Durability
12 years

from 12 to 15 years for vertical application in central Europe.


Film
usage

Réflectiv window films are designed for use on any type of clear normal glass


Maintenance after
30 days

with usual cleaning solutions (non-abrasive, without ammonia…). Cleaning products that may scratch the film should be avoided.


Storage
2 years

from delivery. This film should be kept away from excessive humidity and sun rays, at temperatures below 38°C.