Sun-fighter® solar control window film is produced by a metallizing technique called "sputtering." The main advantage of sputter coated film is that, while similar in energy to conventional film, they allow more visible light to enter, reducing the 'room darkening' effect that many films have.
Sputtering is a metallizing process whereby a "target" metal is literally atomically bombarded with positive ions, breaking down the target, which is negatively charged, atom by atom. The "excited" atoms are then collected and evenly distributed onto ultra-clear polyester, which is the base material in all PVI window film.
Other advantages include:
* The ability to economically use premium metals that do not oxidize
* A reduced 'mirror effect'
* Produced without dyes or pigments, therefore reduced fading and banding
* Unsurpassed optical clarity
Sun-Fighter solar control window film is produced by a metallizing technique called “sputtering”.