Automotive Window Films
Why 3M Crystalline?
The Crystalline Series features a proprietary, multilayer optical film nano- technology that combines over 200 layers in a film that is thinner than a Post-it® Note. This unique technology is the reason a clear film can reject more heat than darker Films. Thin film technology is a core competency at 3M®.
3M™ Automotive Window Film Crystalline Series rejects more heat (60%), Ultraviolet (UV) rays and Infrared (IR) rays than any other film in the market. With 97% IR and 99% UV Rejection makes 3M™ Crystalline Series Film the number one recommended choice for Skin Cancer Foundation due to its properties that screens out UV rays.
Shown in Figure 1: An example of 3M™ Crystalline Series Film rejecting 60% of heat and only allowing <3% IR and <1% UV screening through the windows of your vehicle.
3M™ Crystalline Series Film
The choice is clear
Competitors Films just don't hold up against 3M™ Crystalline Series Film. With 3M's nano- technology that combines 200 layers compared to the competitors 5 or fewer layers. With having more layers in your film allows more heat to be rejected allowing your windows to be cool while the outside is hot. 3M™ Crystalline Film is a patented technology that makes it far superior to other window films in the market today. With the
Competitors Films only reject 20-30% heat, 30% Ultraviolet (UV) rays and No protection against Infrared (IR) rays. Making your skin vulnerable to harsh UV and IR rays that the sun immits.
Shown in Figure 2: An example of Competitors Film rejecting 20-30% heat, 30% Ultraviolet (UV) rays and No protection against Infrared (IR) rays.
competitor's film only having 5 or fewer layers allows the heat and UV rays to penetrate your windows making them hot and heat passing through your windows, making the inside of your vehicle unbearably hot. 3M™ Crystalline Series Film has many benefits like protecting seats, carpets, vinyl, and leather but your air conditioner won’t have to work as hard so you’ll save fuel, and prevent overheating.