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Nano Tint basically works like insulation for glass. Much like layers of clothing retain heat and block out cold on your body–Nano Tint does the same for windows. It is a liquid thermal insulation coating which, unlike other products, it is not a film. This unique liquid application bonds directly to the glass substrates and works best for single-pane glass and/or polycarbonate surfaces.
The Extensive Benefits Of Nano Tint
Just because the application of Nano Tint is non-traditional, that doesn’t make it any less effective. In fact, it still includes all the same benefits of a film like:
– Blocking 100% of Ultraviolet (UV) rays
– Blocking up to 95% of Infrared (IR) rays
– Maintaining 78% Visible Light Transmittance
Nano Tint For An Extremely Durable Window Tint Application
The difference in Liquid Nano Tint’s application method actually gives it a couple of distinct advantages. For one, it is ultra-durable. Since liquid Nano Tint is painted directly onto the glass, it will not peel, crack, bubble or fade for at least 10 years–likely more. Secondly, Nano Tint reaches places that window film cannot like bent glass, irregularly shaped historic windows and textured glass surfaces. Even in these hard to reach areas, it protects fully–with year-round savings in any type of climate.
Nano Tint’s unique application makes it a great product for retrofitting windows that traditional films cannot adhere to or for applications where the film just won’t work.
For more information on the process, products and pricing, contact Beverly Hills Window Film for a free, on-site consultation with one of our window film experts.