CPFilms: new auto window film launched

CPFilms recently launched AIR Blue automobile windscreen film under its global LLumar brand. AIR Blue, says the US company, dramatically reduces damage to human skin and vehicle interiors due to harmf…

CPFilms recently launched AIR Blue automobile windscreen film under its global LLumar brand. AIR Blue, says the US company, dramatically reduces damage to human skin and vehicle interiors due to harmful ultraviolet (UV), visible, and infrared (IR) rays that penetrate ordinary window glass, while keeping the vehicle significantly cooler. “While other films employ very dark tinting to achieve similar levels of protection, AIR Blue“s colour is light enough to meet visible light transmission laws for windscreens in most countries worldwide,” said Rainer Bechtold, global category director, automotive, CPFilms. “With AIR Blue in place, the vehicle and its passengers will be shielded from the effects of solar radiation, and the interior surfaces will be cooler as well.” Testing in harsh climates has shown that installing AIR Blue film can keep a vehicle“s interior surfaces as much as 16C (30F) cooler than an unprotected vehicle. “AIR Blue provides the ultimate in comfort and protection as well as an elegant look,” said Lisa Winckler, director, product development and technology, CPFilms. “With the advanced electronic systems in today“s vehicles, it is imperative that a window film allow optimum performance at all frequencies. “AIR Blue achieves this, ensuring no signal interference from popular devices such as radios, GPS, keyless entry, mobile phones and navigation devices.” AIR Blue films, which are professionally installed and come with a seven-year manufacturer“s warranty, provide, says CPFilms, maximum heat rejection, maximum ultra-violet rejection, excellent optical clarity and scratch and corrosion-resistant properties.