Bekaert Specialty Films Introduces Non-Reflective, True Grey Automotive Window Film

Bekaert Specialty Films (BSF) introduces an extension to its non-reflective automotive window film line, Solar Gard(R) True Grey.

This new tinted film was designed to not only maintain comfortable cabin temperatures and protect against the effects of Ultraviolet light, its grey color matches most factory-tinted glass and stays true, while not interfering with satellite signals. As the newest addition to BSF's extensive range of attractive and durable window film solutions, the non-reflective Solar Gard True Grey product addresses the wide variety of consumer needs.

"When developing the non-reflective Solar Gard True Grey series, we had to go beyond traditional tint and make a product that fit the needs of consumers of today. Not only do consumers want good looks, high heat rejection and ultraviolet light protection, they also need a product that is compatible with latest communication and directional devices," said Jeffrey Plummer, Vice President Sales & Marketing for Bekaert Specialty Films. "Since this film is not colored with metals, it does not interfere with cell phones, radio transmissions and popular GPS systems. And, with so many vehicles coming standard with factory-tinted, rear-window glass, this is one of the few films on the market that complement the color and stay true to its original looks," he added.

Non-Reflective True Grey is an extension to the successful and well-received line of Solar Gard window films and is offered in five visible light transmission levels, from barely tinted to darker, privacy versions. Solar Gard True Grey is given its color without traditional dyes or metals at the start of manufacturing, ensuring its "true grey" tint. This product line is backed with a lifetime warranty, protecting against color change, bubbling or separating from the glass.

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