Platinum Tint Product Guide
Platinum Premium Window Tint, as it stands on functional and practical styling of car when it comes to car tint for driving and riding pleasure, carefully thinks about the uniqueness of cars and its passengers and is aware of everyone’s individuality and preference. And so, Platinum offers the series of tints to complements one’s style.
Visible Light Transmittance
Solar Energy Rejected
Visible Light Reflected
|MDN05 – Super Black||4||54||9||99|
|MDN10 – Dark Black||12||60||20||99|
|MDN20 – Medium Black||16||51||9||99|
|MDN30 – Light Black||25||47||9||99|
|ELG10 – Neutral Dark||15||65||23||99|
|ELG20 – Neutral Medium||22||60||25||99|
|ELG35 – Neutral Light||32||57||22||99|
|HYP60 – Clear Green||57||44||14||99|
|HYP70 – Clear Silver||70||38||18||99|
Car tint terminologies that car owner must understand to effectively choose a tint that would set his or her style.
Deep Dyed Window Tint. A technology applied to polyester film where colors or pigments are embedded by impregnation in the film rather than coated. This process avoids discoloration and scratching of the polyester film.
Metallized Window Tint. A type of polyester window film that uses a metallization processing technology where metal, usually aluminium, is being heated to its boiling point and allowing the metal vapor to settle on a passing polyester film (called vapor deposition) creating a metallized ply. This metallized ply gives the film its reflective properties.
Sputtered Window Tint. Sputtering is another metallizing process of adhering metal to the polyester film. Unlike vapor deposition creating a sort of metal layer on to the polyester film, sputtering deposited small particles of the metal to the polyester film. Since very few metals evaporate during the metallizing process so sputtering is used for other metals.
Hybrid Window Tint. A type of window film that combined dyed and metallized layers offering high heat rejection and non-reflective look.
Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER). The percentage of the total amount of solar energy rejected by filmed glass.
Visible Light Transmittance (VLT). The percentage of visible light that passes directly through filmed glass.
Visible Light Reflected (VLR). The percentage of visible light reflected back from filmed glass.
Ultra-Violet Rejected (UVR). The percentage of ultraviolet light that is rejected by filmed glass.