Window tinting blocks UV rays by absorbing or reflecting them back towards the source. Most window films are made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a type of plastic that is highly resistant to UV radiation.
Decorative Film has quickly become one of the latest trends in modern office spaces. From visual privacy to color and design details, decorative film can instantly transform an ordinary office habitat into "extra" ordinary.
Graffiti and vandalism could become huge issues for business owners. These actions could require significant removal expenses on a regular basis. The worst part is even if you find the culprit, there usually isn't a monetary recourse for their actions - leaving you with the cleanup! Luckily, there's an affordable solution and preventative measure.
The concept is simple. We are all familiar with the tinted windows that you see in sports cars and limousines. That tint film is blocking visible light, sometimes to the point of making it impossible to see inside of the car. UV protection film does the same thing, except that it blocks UV (ultraviolet) light waves. UV waves are above the visible light spectrum, so you can’t see them. They are the same waves that cause your skin to tan.