How it works
Clarifoil Anti-fog Film is a solid layer of cellulose diacetate film paired with a remarkably clear adhesive. Resistance to fogging is inherent in the cellulose diacetate material whereby moisture can pass into the film, where it can then dissipate; the result is the longer-lasting anti-fog effect. Most other anti-fog films offer only a coated surface, and once it washes, wears or scratches away, the anti-fog properties are gone.
Clarifoil film also offers resistance to most standard window cleaners and will not be degraded by ultraviolet rays. In addition, the film is easy to apply with the correct tools.
Seeing is believing
Celanese invites attendees to see the fog resistance properties of this high performance film during demonstrations on a mirror and on a freezer door. “Once people view the overall clarity of the film and its fog-resistance properties first hand, the product nearly sells itself,” said Purvis.
Glasstec is held October 21-24 in Dusseldorf, Germany, and Celanese will have technical, sales and marketing representatives in Hall 13 at booth 13B71-5 demonstrating Clarifoil Anti-fog Film and answering questions from interested attendees. Learn more at www.celanese.com/antifog
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