Patented Nano-Ceramic Technology
These films use the power of Nano-Ceramic technology to improve performance and quality. There is nothing else like it on the market.
Hüper Optik Ceramic: Hüper Optik researchers developed an advancement in high performance coatings through Nano-Ceramic technology. This advancement stunned the industry and allowed Hüper Optik to patent its technology in 1998. The German technology improved performance and quality beyond other solutions. By using advanced Ceramics with Spectrally Selective technology, Hüper Optik was the first and only patented Nano-Ceramic Window film available.
Who is Hüper Optik made for? Hüper Optik window films are highest performing films on the market. If you are looking for a window film that will match the aesthetic of your sports car or luxury vehicle, Hüper Ceramic is what you need. You will also enjoy increased heat rejection and reduced glare compared to competing products at this price point. Read on for the full specs to compare the performance indicators of each shade.
Titanium Nitride (TiN) Patented Technology: Titanium nitride is an extremely hard ceramic material, often used as a coating on titanium alloys, steel, carbide, and aluminium components to improve the substrate’s surface properties. By using this patented technology in their window film, Hüper Optik Ceramic films enjoy 3x more infra-red rejection (IR) than dyed film, 4x less reflectance (VLR) than metalized film, 13˚c cooler compared with untinted windows, all while being 25x more durable than conventional films. Hüper Ceramic films are the first and only patented nano-ceramic film of its kind.
Key Performance Indicators
We carry a complete assortment of Hüper Optik automotive ceramic VLTs. The product number corresponds to the amount of visible light transmitted, the lower the number, the darker the tint will appear.
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VLT = Visible Light Transmission. VLR = Visible Light Reflection TSER = Total Solar Energy Rejected