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#71 Ralph

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  May 20 2014 - 08:24 AM

The construction of our Panaflex consist of an IR-Cut Hard-Coating, layer of 98 gauge surface coated PET film.  Our poly is weatherable and surface-coated with a pigment technology which includes nano particles of carbon black. This is how we control the VLT of the film and can offer currently 7 shades.  There is no dye in this product.   This is the propriety technology that surface coats the poly with pigment which is similiar to deep dyed technology. Sorry for being vague, but this is all the detail I can give on this technology. Next is a layer of IR cut PSA. Next layer is a 48 gauge layer of optical grade PET film. Next is a UV-cut layer of PSA. And finally a Silicone Release Film.    Nano Particles that are included in this film are Antinomy Tin Oxide.  All nano particles are reduced to below 150 NM.  This is why our film is the clearest on the market.  The company that is responsible for all the quality raw materials in this film and all the other films that I prefer is the largest raw material supplier (polyester) in the world.  I'm not sure if I should mention their name but they are ranked #57 in the global 500 companies in the world. They grossed 106.9 billion dollars in 2013.  Out of all the other places in the World I could choose to manufacture window film products, this company is the largest and has the most advanced technology on the planet!... hands down.  


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#72 EWF

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  May 20 2014 - 09:00 AM

Hi Ralph,

 

Thanks so much for that information.  I am very familiar with that technology and I know the company that produces the film.  I visited them twice in the last 10 years and on both occasions had very serious discussions about including their films in our catalogs.

 

Several board members probably know who they are as well, so you can feel free to mention their name.

 

-Howard


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#73 DarthShader

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  May 21 2014 - 07:00 PM

Ralph, you and your product have done so much to help my business. You have helped me be a better installer and sales person as well, I don't mean to put any doubt in your product. Did not realize that facebook had deleted your account, and jumped to the wrong conclusion.

I am getting hit with a TON of warranties from another new start up company that I had supported a few years ago, it has made me bitter and apprehensive. That's not your fault. So far, Flexfilm has been some of the nicest product I have ever worked with. My customers enjoy it,  and it is a pleasure to shrink and install.

Was not sure if something had changed recently, as the product I installed out of my last roll of pana 70 did not seem to be blocking as much heat as some of my earlier rolls. But it is getting hot really fast here in Orlando, and the change in temp is probably more to blame in this case.

Apologies if you feel I am a troublemaker, but I always look out for my the best interest of my clients. I have been your only Orlando dealer, and this is a very competitive area. Am up against 3M & Llumar all around me, and am sporting a product that no one knows anything about.


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#74 Tintsanta

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  August 27 2014 - 06:34 AM

more info about this :) ?


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#75 Tintsanta

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  September 09 2014 - 04:24 PM

they don't respond on emails..  so this is not a serious company.:/  

 

I like the video ralph makes.:)    but the response back on emails is 0 :/ 


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#76 custom glass window films

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  September 09 2014 - 04:33 PM

id prob stick with the big name companies that been around 15+ years


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#77 shwusyrtnts

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  September 09 2014 - 04:53 PM

id prob stick with the big name companies that been around 15+ years


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#78 wetintcars.com

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  December 29 2016 - 05:04 PM

2 years now with FlexFilms and they have been great to date. We will see what happens by 2018
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#79 DynamicAppearance

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  December 29 2016 - 05:44 PM

2 years now with FlexFilms and they have been great to date. We will see what happens by 2018

 

http://www.tintdude....exfilm-failing/

 

http://www.tintdude....83213-duraflex/


Edited by DynamicAppearance, December 29 2016 - 05:46 PM.

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#80 jh812

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  December 29 2016 - 05:49 PM

It's funny reading back through the comments. Some of the guys I know personally and are in the 20's for warranty claims.
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