Eco View

Evo View

The greenest energy is saved energy

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WHAT IS ECO VIEW?

The Eco View family of window films have been specially designed as an economical solution to excessive solar heat gain in homes and buildings, enhancing residents, customers and employees environmental experience.  Eco View window film, when applied to windows, eliminates uncomfortable glare and heat from the sun, protects furniture, displays and carpeting from harmful UV radiation and increases your home and building’s energy efficiency by reducing cooling costs.

Eco View window film is a professionally installed window treatment that enables standard single and double pane windows to block UV rays and trap radiant infrared heat while allowing visible light to penetrate indoor spaces.

Window Film

Solar Control window film

Reduce heat transfer year round

Until recently, most window films that rejected heat for interior temperature control were tinted dark and used metals. These films were highly reflective, susceptible to corrosion and interfered with wireless communications. Our nano based Eco View window films use no metals, eliminating these problems, and perform to the industry’s highest standards.

KEY FEATURES

Out of all the attainable features, below are the Key Features:
  • Increases comfort

    Reduce high solar heat gain through windows and skylights.

  • Reduces energy costs

    Proven reduction in heating and cooling costs with typical energy cost savings of 20-40%.

  • Promotes sustainability

    Non-toxic, environmentally safe and applied without harmful chemicals or solvents.

  • Cost–effective

    Energy efficiency benefits without the expense of window replacements.

  • Durable

    Nanotechnology engineered and warranted not to bubble or change color and can be easily cleaned.

Total Solar Energy

All the energy in the solar spectrum that reaches us on the earth’s surface. This includes UVA and B, Visible light, and Infrared energy up to roughly 2500nm. Heat often refers to the total solar energy.
  • Transmitted

    The amount of total solar energy that passes through the glass into the building.

  • Reflected

    The amount of total solar energy that is reflected off of the glass and directed back outside. This energy does not come into the building.

  • Absorbed

    The amount of total solar energy that is absorbed in the glass. This heats up the glass, making it hotter to the touch, and re-radiates a small amount of heat back into the room. The majority of absorbed energy is kept out of the room though.

Visible Light

The portion of the solar spectrum containing visible light we can see, from roughly 370nm up to 770nm, contains all the colors of the spectrum.
  • Transmitted

    The amount of visible light that passes through the glass and into the building. This is how light or dark the film is.

  • Reflected Interior

    The amount of visible light that is reflected off the interior surface of the window. This is seen when standing inside the building looking out. A higher reflectance value means the window looks more like a mirror from the inside.

  • Reflective Exterior

    The amount of visible light that is reflected off the exterior surface of the window. This is seen when standing outside the building, a higher reflectance value means the window looks more like a mirror from the outside.