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Window is about 60x72 long.

I don't know if the 60 is exact... if it is, this won't be an issue. But, if it is more then 60", I was going to tint it with the last of my N1040. There is no curve in the glass... According to the swatch book, N1040 has a Total Solar Absorptance of 49%.. which seems very high.

Yes? No? Maybe so?? :lol

Thanks!

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Window is about 60x72 long.

I don't know if the 60 is exact... if it is, this won't be an issue. But, if it is more then 60", I was going to tint it with the last of my N1040. There is no curve in the glass... According to the swatch book, N1040 has a Total Solar Absorptance of 49%.. which seems very high.

Yes? No? Maybe so?? :lol

Thanks!

Do you have a Llu Llu F2G chart? :lol

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Window is about 60x72 long.

I don't know if the 60 is exact... if it is, this won't be an issue. But, if it is more then 60", I was going to tint it with the last of my N1040. There is no curve in the glass... According to the swatch book, N1040 has a Total Solar Absorptance of 49%.. which seems very high.

Yes? No? Maybe so?? :lol

Thanks!

Do you have a Llu Llu F2G chart? :lol

Hmmm... probably. I'd have to dig it out. I haven't used Lulu for a while... and this is the last of what I have in stock. Which I've been trying to use for a while now.

-R

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Window is about 60x72 long.

I don't know if the 60 is exact... if it is, this won't be an issue. But, if it is more then 60", I was going to tint it with the last of my N1040. There is no curve in the glass... According to the swatch book, N1040 has a Total Solar Absorptance of 49%.. which seems very high.

Yes? No? Maybe so?? :lol

Thanks!

Do you have a Llu Llu F2G chart? :lol

Hmmm... probably. I'd have to dig it out. I haven't used Lulu for a while... and this is the last of what I have in stock. Which I've been trying to use for a while now.

-R

Checking the F2G chart is a good habit to get into if you want a warranty. Why not try DR 35?

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Checking the F2G chart is a good habit to get into if you want a warranty. Why not try DR 35?\

I don't have any DR35 currently and I only have this one window to do. I was just trying to use the last of my N1040.

DR35 is 46%... and darker then the N1040.

What properties in film contribute to the TSA?

-R

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Checking the F2G chart is a good habit to get into if you want a warranty. Why not try DR 35?\

I don't have any DR35 currently and I only have this one window to do. I was just trying to use the last of my N1040.

DR35 is 46%... and darker then the N1040.

What properties in film contribute to the TSA?

-R

VLT and Reflectance

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VLT and Reflectance

Is it a direct correlation?

The N1040 has a 15% ref and the DR35 19%.. 4% difference... TSA is 3% difference...

Not always... some materials absorb more energy than others.

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