The most advanced window film manufacturer in the industry, KDX, launched the transitional window film with ”Photochromic” technology that has been combined with a premium ceramic heat rejection film to give car drivers the best of both worlds. When exposed to the sun the film.
Transitional Darkening IR (infra Red heat and UV blocking) Window film. UltraCool® Transitional film darkens from UV rays from sunlight and returns.
But are there states with tint laws so strict that even this tint would be illegal ... windshield into a Transition type window that darkens in the sun?
The filter activates when the exterior glass temperature rises above the transition temperature point. The window then transitions to its tinted state, blocking solar.
High levels of solar exposure trigger the window film to adjust immediately, rejecting heat to match the solar intensity. The transitional effect.
Consumers truly want and highly value window tinting and the. Transition Window Tint can join in on this very profitable industry trend.
I am unsure of the degree of control we have over the max tint level but for the level that the sunglasses have a car with windows tinted.
EVO in texas is selling the hell out of this stuff. where do we find it? we have had no less than 3 dozen paople ask for it in the past several.
A wide variety of transition tint options are available to you, such as ... auto protective window film transition tint 1ply PET material tinting glass film.
Stanford engineers are developing electric windows that block glare ... in the sunglasses than can “transition” from clear to tinted automatically.
Views and light make people happier and more productive, but today (without smart glass technology) more glass means more energy.
A clear break through in automotive window films. Light tint rejects up to 60% of solar energy and up to 97% of heat-producing infrared rays for the ultimate.
Spectra Photosync Solar Adaptive Transitional Window Tint ... It has been proven that with our window films you reduce the amount of total.