Ride in style and comfort. Film Ceramic IR Series offers great infrared heat rejection for optimal comfort and is available in an attractive neutral color. The Ceramic IR series was developed with a nano-ceramic technology that provides a high level of infrared heat rejection due to the absorptive technology. It rejects up to 66% of total solar energy and up to 95% of infrared heat rejection for optimal thermal comfort and reducing the feel of sun on your skin.
This 3M technology is compatible with 5G devices to stay connected. The Ceramic IR Series is designed for low visible light reflectivity value and no mirror-like appearance for a clear view out. While reducing up to 93% of the glare from blinding sunlight, it allows you to see better and concentrate more on driving. The Ceramic IR Series is backed by a limited lifetime warranty, one of the most comprehensive warranties you can get. It is sold and installed by Pro Tint and Detailing.
Terms to Know When Buying Ceramic Automotive Films
• Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)
The percentage of total solar energy rejected by filmed glass. The higher this value, the less solar heat is transmitted.
• Visible Light Transmitted (VLT)
The percentage of visible light that passes directly through filmed glass: the higher the number, the lighter the film.
• Infrared Rejected (IRR)*
The percentage of solar infrared energy rejection over the wavelength range from 900-1,000 nm. Infrared rays are primarily responsible for the heat
you feel when driving.
• Ultraviolet Rejection
The percentage of ultraviolet (UV) light that is rejected by the filmed glass. UV light contributed to sunburn and other harmful skin conditions and to the fading and deterioration of fabrics and leather.
• Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)**
The percent of solar infrared energy rejection over the wavelength range from 780–2,500 nm. IRER takes into account the transmitted and absorbed IR
energy that will be reradiated into a car.
• Glare Reduction
The percentage by which visible light is reduced by the addition of film.
Performance data generated using applicable industry test methods and standards.
* Infrared Rejected (IRR)- measured on film only from 900nm to 1000nm.
**Infrared Energy Rejection (IRER)- The percent of solar infrared energy rejection over the wavelength range from 780–2,500 nm.