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cold steel 70% from hanita coatings :bingo

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it was about 500 sq ft done in one day. there was no furniture or anything. we just had to use

two sets of scaffoldings for three windows up 20 ft or so.,

more pics here cold steel 70% hanita coatings

OT told me about this company about having this film. so props to him helping me find this film.

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Guest metint

Daaayummm Nauti, could you make the image any bigger? :lol2

Think maybe you could edit it out or downsize so the thread is more pleasant to use? :lol

So Tint...

Looks like a healthy sq ft job there... can you tell me what is special in this film other than cost and looks?

TSER ?

VLT ? (must be around 30%)

:spit

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Optical & Solar Properties

Cold Steel 70

Visible Light Transmitted 66%

Total Solar Energy Reflected 11%

Total Solar Energy Absorbed 31%

Total Solar Energy Transmitted 58%

Visible Light Reflected - Exterior 9%

Visible Light Reflected - Interior 11%

U-Value 1.01

UV Radiation Rejected 99%

Shading Coefficient 0.76

Solar Heat Gain Coefficient 0.66

Emissivity 0.88

Total Solar Energy Rejected 34%

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Daaayummm Nauti, could you make the image any bigger? :lol2

Think maybe you could edit it out or downsize so the thread is more pleasant to use? :lol

So Tint...

Looks like a healthy sq ft job there... can you tell me what is special in this film other than cost and looks?

TSER ?

VLT ? (must be around 30%)

:spit

[*]377840

cost, well it wasnt too bad, it was mostly for VLT, customer did not want to make it any darker, as they are already factory tinted and double pane, so makes it look darker than it already it is. sun was shining while installing, as I was precutting the first couple of panes, I stood next to a clear glass and next to a tinted one, andyou can really tell the difference in the film.

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