Performance results were generated from testing of this film applied on 3 mm clear single glass and simulated on 3mm double pane glass, using the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Window 5.2 software program and NFRC methodology.
Performance results are subject to variations in process conditions within industry standards.
NFRC is a non-profit organization that administers the only uniform, independent rating and labeling system for the energy performance of windows, doors, skylights and attachment products such as window films. The NFRC logo indicates that the film has passed the NFRC product certification program, and is NFRC listed.
WERS For Film
WERS enables windows to be rated and labeled for their annual energy impact on a whole house, in any climate of Australia.
To participate in WERS, window makers must obtain energy ratings for their products from a rating organization that is accredited by the AFRC (Australian Fenestration Rating Council). The WERS logo indicates that the film is WERS accredited.
Energy Savings Indicator
A comparative energy savings scale based on whole-building energy modeling in climate zone 3, with highly reflective film as the benchmark (=level 10). Provided on this site for film applied on single-pane (SP) clear and on double-pane (DP) clear glazing.