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Wanted to know if anyone had better knowledge of a good window film for a KFC stays open late wanted Silver now realized they can't see out at night, love the heat reduction thou :rollin gh, any suggestions

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Go with an 8-12% interior reflective film. they will be able to see out of that at night.
thanks had heard of a no reflection stealth film that was available that would still reject a lot of heat just couldn't figure out what film that might be
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Guest vclimber

Go with an 8-12% interior reflective film. they will be able to see out of that at night.

thanks had heard of a no reflection stealth film that was available that would still reject a lot of heat just couldn't figure out what film that might be

Check each MFG's website and look for low reflective and high SHGC or TSER films. You should be able to find a handful of them. :rollin

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Guest TintPoser

3M N-15

Wanted to know if anyone had better knowledge of a good window film for a KFC stays open late wanted Silver now realized they can't see out at night, love the heat reduction thou :bingo gh, any suggestions
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Guest BLACKOUT SoKal
3M N-15

Wanted to know if anyone had better knowledge of a good window film for a KFC stays open late wanted Silver now realized they can't see out at night, love the heat reduction thou :lol2 gh, any suggestions

:lol2 3M has a great "nightvision" line of film, specifically designed to maintain your outside view even when theres light reflecting inside :lol2

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Guest tintgod

maybe this will help you a little more depending on the climate area that you are in:

Northern Climate: To reduce heating, select the highest SHGC you can find (usually 0.30-0.60 for the U-factor ranges required in colder climates) so that winter solar gains can offset a portion of the heating energy need. If cooling is a significant concern, select windows with a SHGC less than 0.55. Use RESFEN to understand trade-offs.

North/Central Climate: If you have significant air conditioning costs or summer overheating problems, look for SHGC values of 0.40 or less. If you have moderate air conditioning requirements, select windows with a SHGC of 0.55 or less. While windows with lower SHGC values reduce summer cooling and overheating, they also reduce free winter solar heat gain. Use a computer program such as RESFEN to understand heating and cooling trade-offs.

South/Central Climate: If you have moderate air conditioning requirements, select windows with a SHGC of 0.55 or less. While windows with lower SHGC values reduce summer cooling and overheating, they also reduce free winter solar heat gain. Use a computer program such as RESFEN to understand heating and cooling trade-offs.

Southern Climate: A low SHGC is the most important window property in warm climates. Select windows with a SHGC less than 0.40.

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