This film does a great job blocking harmful UVA and UVB rays. These rays have shown to cause skin cancer. We have all had people in our lives effected by cancer and here at Pro Tint want to contribute to the fight against cancer. We donate 3% of our sales to cancer charities.
Cancer sucks carbon films are thin film coatings which consist predominantly of the chemical element carbon. They include plasma polymer films, amorphous carbon films (diamond-like cancer sucks carbon, DLC), CVD diamond films as well as graphite films. ... They are deposited in the form of thin films with film thicknesses of just a few micrometers. Cancer sucks carbon window-tinting film is dark and matte-finished, so it provides a tasteful option on windows. ...This new series combines price and performance.
Multilayer cancer sucks carbon solar film uses titanium nitride nanometer magnetron sputtering technology, which is more stable, tougher and corrosion resistant than ordinary solar films.
Magnetron sputtering technology sputters titanium nitride onto the film with a high precision of less than 100 nanometers, ensuring that the heat insulation film can achieve a balanced color and extremely high definition.
The cancer sucks carbon film has a low visible light reflectivity, It will not produce dazzling glare. Titanium Nitride (TiN) combines the low reflection of the dye film and the high heat reflection of the metal film, maintaining excellent heat insulation while ensuring a clear vision and reducing driving fatigue. Titanium nitride (TiN) also increases the stability of the film, coupled with the excellent durability, oxidation resistance, and corrosion resistance of the ceramic nature, making the film durable, non-fading and non-oxidizing.
This is a super easy-to -work with film. Perfect for fleet project or high-volume shops who have to tint a vehicle in a very short limited of time.
Super easy to work
No color fading
Cancer Sucks Carbon film technology
High infrared and heat rejection
High-Resolution Clear vision
Blocks more than 99% of the harmful UVA and UVB rays