Window film for acrylic glass
In recent years, high-quality plastic glasses became a real alternative to classic glazing. Polycarbonate sheets (plexiglass) or other synthetic glazing are often used instead of real glass, especially for terrace and balcony roofs, garden shed windows, carport roofs or roller shutters. Their advantages: lower weight, lower risk of breakage and lower price.
Regular window films are unsuitable for equipping polycarbonate surfaces with effective sun protection. PVC glass requires a special solar protection film:
Thanks to its specific adhesive layer, our window film for synthetic surfaces is ideally suited for mounting on materials such as Plexiglas, acrylic glass or Makrolon: it resists the characteristic changes in the surface of synthetic materials (expansion/contraction).
Sun protection films for plastic glazing are bonded from the outside and have a mirror effect which, in addition to sun protection, also provides privacy during the day. Seen from the inside, the films are transparent but tinted.
These films also offer effective heat protection just like regular sun protection films and reduce glare effects, for example on glass roofs of terraces or in conservatories. An effective ultraviolet protection of 99 % is also assured by the application of acrylic films to plastic surfaces → see: Mirror films.
Versatile in use:
Efficient sun and heat protection on your acrylic glazing - be it on industrial doors (rolling doors), Balcony canopies, terrace glazing, winter gardens or canopies in the entrance area of the house.