New Series of Vehicle Films
Avery Dennison Uses Self-Healing Thermoplastic Polyurethane
Three new series in Avery Dennison’s Automotive Window Film (AWF) range are designed to enable vehicle restyling as well as safety enhancements and heat and glare rejection. Another material range, Avery Dennison Supreme Protection Film XI (SPF-XI), offers self-healing protection for vehicles and resists damage caused by stone chips, road debris, insect stains and weathering.
Window film options include High-Performance Films, Infrared Films, and Non-Reflective Films.
The AWF Infrared Film rejects heat radiation while allowing visible light and blocking 99% of UV light. High clarity means it is suitable for front-cabin installation.
The largest of the new ranges is the AWF High-Performance Films portfolio. Twelve different films, each available in three widths, allow for the desired level of cost, solar, heat and safety performance. According to the manufacturer the range’s HP Pro films give good shrinkage performance, quick drying time and ease of handling – at four different light transmission levels. Also with four transmission levels, the HP Films are cost-effective metal-dye hybrid materials with good dot matrix compatibility. The portfolio’s HP Safety materials are designed to keep shattered glass in place, and use a specialist adhesive that ensures no smears or smudging, with clarity and colour stability.
Avery Dennison Supreme Protection Film XI (SPF-XI) uses a self-healing thermoplastic polyurethane.
Avery Dennison Corporation
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