SolarZone window film is a self-adhesive laminate made up of layers of thin film modified by advanced coating processes. Professionally applied to the exterior or interior surface of windows, SolarZone films filter sunlight, reject heat, glare and harmful UV radiation and at the same time allow natural light to come in.
SolarZone maintains the window’s transparency but controls the amount of solar energy radiating into the room, resulting in a cooler interior. This cuts cooling costs, reduces wear and tear on heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment, and lowers the building’s carbon footprint.
The energy-saving proposition is simple: When HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning) systems don’t have to work so hard to heat or cool the room, that’s a saving in energy — and money.
Upgrading glazing with SolarZone is also ideal for building without air-conditioning, and may even replace the purchase of expensive air-conditioning systems by significantly reducing interior temperatures.
Low-emissivity (Low-E) SolarZone window films increase the level of insulation, reflecting radiant heat back into the room or the building’s interior, conserving heat during cold winter months and delivering cost savings in summer.