Armorcoat Solar Series Safety Films are tinted to provide additional sun related benefits, beyond ultraviolet protection. These films include a metalized layer of polyester, sputter-coated with durable, exotic metals for exceptional, solar control performance capabilities and color. In addition to glass retention, they’re selected for their ability to offer privacy, balance temperatures, minimize eye-straining glare, and help preserve furnishings and merchandise. Protect your occupants and property while keeping them cool and comfortable, plus yield significant energy consumption reduction with solar safety Armorcoat.
Armorcoat’s solar control safety films are a robust pairing of our Solar Control and “Clear Safety” films. These films provide a resilient layers of high-tensile polyester and aggressive adhesives for impact resistant security.
The resilient layers of high-tensile polyester, aggressive adhesives, ultraviolet inhibitors and scratch-resistant coatings provide exceptional blast mitigation and impact resistant capabilities – with thicker films offering greater protection. Not only do these films help hold broken shards in place, the ultraviolet inhibitors help protect your merchandise and valuables against fade damage.
From 2 mil thick to 14 mil thick, these films work hard to protect your property and your assets.
Key Safety Benefits
- Glass / Impact – Armorcoat provides exceptional blast and impact-resistant capabilities
- Flying Debris – Armorcoat reduces risks associated with broken glass and air-borne debris.
- Falling Glass Shards – Armorcoat holds broken glass shards in place, helping to avoid a major hazard for passersby.
- Post-incident Rescue and Cleanup – Armorcoat secures broken glass making the rescue and cleanup process safe and efficient.
- Solar Safety Film – Amorcoat film provides you protection against the negative effects of solar radiation.
Key Comfort Benefits
- Various light transmission ranging from 20-72
- High heat rejection results in improved indoor comfort
- UV blockers protect people and property from damaging UV rays