The architectural lineup features products that match modern architectural trends, allowing glass to be used in a variety of ways. This includes standard films with the standard benefits of safety, security, and UV filtering, as well as high performance films with sound insulation and solar control functions
Armolan Film gives glass elasticity to absorb collision impact, for example, between a person and glass-and prevents secondary injury even if the glass cracks, because there is no shattering.
Armolan Film is hard to penetrate, even when an intruder tries to break the glass.
- Sound insulation
Armolan Film blocks sound, offering better sound insulation properties than single-pane glass.
- Solar control
Armolan high performance film filters much of the mid-infrared rays in sunlight to control temperature increases.
- UV filtering
Armolan Film filters out more than 99% of ultraviolet light, protecting the skin and preventing color fading.
- Color variations
Armolan Film lineup features a variety of visible light transmittance rates.
- Visual Appeal Glass treatment films can add new style to buildings for a fraction of the cost of other refurbishments without the inconvenience of relocating tenants.
Armolan films also help stay private – keep your possessions out of sight from stranger’s eyes.
Reflective Window Films
These films reject as much as 75% of the sun’s heat without significantly lowering the light level. Besides, the harmful Infra Red (IR) rays and Ultra Violet (UV) rays are reflected away from the glass. Basically, Reflective Window Film is a double ply 50 micron thick window film available in various attractive shades like Bronze, Silver, Gold, Grey, Blue, Green, etc. due to its higher heat rejection and superior finish, this film is preferred by architects and builders all over the world
High Performance Window Films
High Performance Window Film is a double ply, 37 microns thick dyed film with a metallic sheen. This film has been specially developed to provide higher heat rejection without compromising on the light transmission. High Performance Window Film is available with special Scratch resistant Coating and is very popular in building segment.
Sputtering window films
Sputtering technology is more complicated. Sputtering is also done in a vacuum chamber, but the metallizing is achieved at the atomic level. In brief, electromagnetic fields direct streams of ions from a chemically inert gas (usually argon) toward the metal. This ion bombardment, which is often described as “atomic billiards,” causes groups of atoms to dislodge in small bursts and scatter uniformly across the film.
The practical benefits of sputtering are that 25 to 30 different metals can be used and the metallized coating is much lighter. It’s possible to sputter metal in a layer one-hundredth the thickness of a human hair. Different metals are chosen to subtract specific bands of radiation from the solar spectrum. The result is a highly reflective layer with very little mirror effect, heat absorption or color shift. Because sputtering is more expensive, these films occupy the high end of the price range. Metallic films control radiation through reflectivity. Simplified film consists of polyester layers, metallic coating, adhesive and scratch-resistant coatings.
Privacy Film is a dyed polyester film with matte finish. It is translucent and is designed to provide complete privacy for a person in a room while allowing enough transmission of natural light for the person to work inside. It is as effective at night as it is in the day.
Superior finish of Privacy Film makes the glass look elegant while its adhesive strength and 50mil thickness makes it long lasting and trouble free. It can be easily installed and is usually maintenance free. Besides it also rejects solar heat, reducing air conditioning costs and heat build up.
This film is available in Matte White, Matte Bronze, Matte Grey and Matte Silver shades to suit and match interiors. Recognized as a revolutionary product by interior designers, this film is ideally suited for partitions, cabin windows, private rooms and in similar applications in hospitals, hotels, offices, banks, airports, laboratories, etc.