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How can I tell I have Huper Optic Ceramic

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I bought a car (used) and the seller told me it had Huper Optic Ceramic.  I've seen that tint in the shops and its amazing how it blocks the heat and it's overall quality.  Although I don't think he was lying, or mistaken, but how can I test that?  I'm sure I can take the meters they have in the shops and test it to see if it matches specs but I don't have that meter of course being an end user.  Ditto on not having those heat lamps they use in the displays in the shops.  

Any ideas?   If there is an installer in my area (Los Angeles) that can test it, I don't mind paying you a "consultation fee" for peace of mind.   

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5 minutes ago, Midtown Houston said:

I can tell by look at it because we used to install it...take a btu unit and measure it...

I'm a big novice, not sure what that is to be honest unfortunately.

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9 minutes ago, no ma'am said:

Any pics preferably in daylight 

This shows the rear and sides.  Ceramic 40 is what I was told.  I made them full size if that helps for zooming in. 

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Crap, I hope you aren't right but you probably are.  Anyone else want to weigh in just to be sure as this is a punch in the gut.

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