Sun Lite Window Film. Reduce heat without changing your view.
- Sun Lite window films reject infrared heat while allowing the maximum amount of visible light.
- Block up to 65% of the solar energy
- Low-reflectivity allows you to enjoy your views, day or night.
Sun LiteSputtered metal alloys including Inconel, 100% dye free, excellent Infrared(IR) reflectivity similar to gold and silver, minimal visiblt light reflection (Non-Shiny appearance). Download Sun Lite Spec Sheet
|Name||Total Solar Energy Rejection||Visible Light Transmission||Visible Light Reflection (Interior)||Visible Light Reflection (Exterior)||Glare Rejection||Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)||UV Rejection||IR Rejection|
|Sun Lite 80||45%||77%||9%||9%||17%||0.55||99%||77%|
|Sun Lite 70||55%||71%||8%||8%||20%||0.45||99%||94%|
|Sun Lite 60||47%||66%||11%||11%||25%||0.53||99%||68%|
|Sun Lite 50||59%||58%||7%||7%||34%||0.41||99%||96%|
|Sun Lite 40||65%||42%||10%||10%||51%||0.35||99%||98%|
What is Visible Light Transmission?
Visible Light Transmission (VLT) is the percentage of visible light that passes through a glazing system. Clear 1/8 inch single pane glass transmits a high percentage of visible light: 89%.
Sun Lite in Action
Sun Lite window film is an excellent choice when maintaining the look of your windows is paramount. Block up to 65% of the solar energy, enhance views and increase comfort.
Sun Lite in Action
Sun Lite window film has been approved by the Texas Historical Commission for use in historic buildings across the state. With 99.9% UV rejection and high solar heat rejection, Sun Lite is the perfect choice for museums and historic buildings where preventing damage from the sun rays is critical.
COOL FACTS: Measuring Heat
Most discussions of heating loss and gain in buildings use the British Thermal Unit (BTU) as a unit of measurement. A BTU is the amount of heat necessary to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.