Auto, Commercial and Residential Window Tinting
We at Display Your Graphics specilizes in custom. That means window tining of your auto, home and commercial buildind. we also specialize in signs of all kinds, logo design, graphics, trucks, trailers, boats, off road vehicals. Also CNC metal art with materials of aluminum, platics, wood, composits and more. Our have specilized in our trades for the past 30 - 38 years.
Window tint info
Window film is applied to inside of the glass.
It is usually made from polyethylene terephtate (PET), a thermoplastic polymer sesin of the polyester family. Due to its clarity, tensile streght, dimensional stability, and ability to accept a veriety of surface-applied or embedded treatments. Window films are generically categorised by their construction componets (dyed, pigmented, metalized, cerami or nano). By their intent use (automotive,marine, residential or commercial), by substratetype (glass or polucarbonate), and/or by their technical performance (privacy, solor control, safety and security).
Window film is normally installed by frofessional service companies but there are also DIY kits widely available. The International Window Film Association, founded in 1991, provides unbranded information about window tint, Heat rejection films are normally applied to the interior of flat glass windows. To reduce the amount of infrared, visible light, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation entering windows. such films are usually dyed or metalized (which can be transparent to visible light) to convert incoming solor radiation to infrared radiation, which is then rejected back through the glass to the exterior. Modern window film technology has created ceramic window tint which are non-metallic and do not contain dyes that can result in discoloration.
The ceramic and metallic window films usually cost 50-100+percent more than regular window film. But can reduce energy transmission by as much as 80 percent. Ceramic window films cost slightly more but provide a substantial increase by reflecting and absorbing infrared radiation (radiant heat). To keep the sun heat out of the house, a low-emissivity coating should be applied to the out side pan of glazed windows.
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