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Architectural Films

Reflective Window Film - External

External films are are of weather resistant construction having additional UV barriers to help protect the film from degrading through exposure to sunshine, and also having a strong waterproof adhesive. They are particularly used when inside access is not always possible or depending on the type of glass, in particular laminated, Georgian-wired, heavy tinted glass or some double or tripled glazing. 

 

Reflective Window Film - Internal

Reflective films are the best performing products in the solar control range as they can make an incredible difference to the amount of solar heat & glare transmitted through glass.

Low Mirror Window Film - Internal

Lower reflectance but still achieve a good level of solar heat and glare control, which varies with the density selected. They offer a balanced year-round performance of good solar heat rejection with higher light transmission and additional winter heat-saving benefits.

Low Mirror Window Film - External

Opalux® Low Mirror external films are used where the end user, or specifier, chooses a more neutral tinted appearance, rather than the mirrored look of solar reflective films. However they still achieve a good level of solar heat and glare control.

 

Tinted Window Film - Internal

Tinted films are mainly used for aesthetic reasons and to help control solar glare and UV radiation. They are a non-metallised used for tinting clear glass, and are available in a range of shades. These films give varying levels of day-time privacy with a low mirror exterior appearance to the glass.  

Coloured Window Film - Internal

These out of the ordinary solar control films give a striking decorative appeal to any glass and still offer maximum heat and glare rejection.

Low Emissivity Window Film Internal

Opalux energy control window films are internally applied solar control films with a Low-E coating added to the interior facing surface of the film. The Low-E coating reduces winter heat-loss through the glazed areas of your building, helping to reduce your heating bills thus improving your carbon footprint.