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Best Films for Heat Rejection and Clarity?


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Guest tintjam65
What's TSER stand for?

Total Solar Energy Rejected.

It's the best because it encompasses infrared (49.xx%), visible light (49.xx%) and ultraviolet light (<2%), which all three are responsible for heat gain through glass.

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What's TSER stand for?

Total Solar Energy Rejected.

It's the best because it encompasses infrared (49.xx%), visible light (49.xx%) and ultraviolet light (<2%), which all three are responsible for heat gain through glass.

:lol Infrared =48.93

Visible light =49.26

UV =1.81%

And to get a true reading,best to use TSER and SHGC to asertian the correct and true solar performance of window film....... :spit

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What's TSER stand for?

Total Solar Energy Rejected.

It's the best because it encompasses infrared (49.xx%), visible light (49.xx%) and ultraviolet light (<2%), which all three are responsible for heat gain through glass.

:spit Infrared =48.93

Visible light =49.26

UV =1.81%

And to get a true reading,best to use TSER and SHGC to asertian the correct and true solar performance of window film....... :evileye

Sorry, I was rounding like some do with performance values.

Solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) seems more important to architects and engineers, whereas TSER has always been the standard for the everyday walk in (life).

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Thanks for the info, guys.

Can you guys make a couple suggestions on film with good TSER, clarity and won't turn to garbage in a couple years? I'm sure, as with anything, you can't have it all. I'd just like a top quality product that I'll be happy with for the next few years.

Thanks again.

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Thanks for the info, guys.

Can you guys make a couple suggestions on film with good TSER, clarity and won't turn to garbage in a couple years? I'm sure, as with anything, you can't have it all. I'd just like a top quality product that I'll be happy with for the next few years.

Thanks again.

I am liking the LLumar CTX on my e28

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Guest SlamMan

After looking around at the the TSER specs I'm going to see if I can't get one of the following installed.

Wincos

Pinnacle

Suntek CXP

These all had pretty good specs and relatively good feedback from folks here. I'm guessing most will say you can't go wrong with any of these. If anyone has any final words of wisdom, feel free to chime in.

Thanks again.

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