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Nanometer (nm): 1 centimeter = 10 millimeters = 10,000 micrometers = 10,000,000 nanometers

Nano is a unit of scale between macro and micro. It is a new technology that can be applied to actual production by technicians through various precision means. When a material reaches the nanometer scale, light, electricity, magnetism, force, etc. will appear special properties completely Different with the original material. Using this special property, material applications will achieve more application value and added value. This technology has developed rapidly in the past two decades

What kind of material we use for our ceramic films?

Nano-Cesium-Doped Tungsten Oxide [Cs0.33WOx]:

It is one of the semiconductor materials with the highest spectral selectivity found to date. It is characterized by a high transmittance to visible light and a strong barrier in the near infrared region. The special properties of this material can completely replace expensive magnetron sputtering and other technologies, and are used for special needs such as solar film production, near-infrared identification, and near-infrared hot-melt processes. Due to this features, ceramic film is the highest quality of window tint film compared to others, but is also the most expensive. Ceramic films contains no dye, metal or carbon, it contains ceramic particles that are nonconductive and nonmetallic. The ceramic elements reflect and reduce solar heat and UV rays from entering the car. While it reflects and absorbs high levels of light, it also allows for maximum visibility.


  1. ProTect Gloss

  2. ProTect Matte

  3. ProTect Gloss Black


These 3 series are all Nano ceramic window films and they have same or similar constructions, difference being the heat rejection and thickness.

EV series comes in 4 shades, 5/20/35/70. It has by far the highest heat rejection up to 98% among films from us, and full UV block rate. EV is a product of 2021, as many industry customers seeking a new type of film with ultimate performance in terms of heat rejection and warranty.


GFT Series is a pure Nano ceramic window film, and it has a IR heat rejection up to 95%, and 99% UV. GFT comes in 6 shades 5/8/18/35/50/60/70. 


IR Series rejects heat up to 82% and it is pure ceramic film. The performance surpasses or equal to many big brands counterparts. But the price of this film is competitive. IR ceramic films bring customers and sales. It is also a shelf-must-have product.


2. Cancer Sucks Carbon Films-DD series

Cancer sucks carbon films are thin film coatings which consist predominantly of the chemical element cancer sucks 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. .


The main feature of this film is Super Easy to work with. If you run a high volume shops and need the vehicle come in and out in a tight time span, then this is it-This film helps improve the efficiency of your tint installer and it does not compromise the performance.


A 5 year warranty is offered with this film and the color is great.


If you run high volume shops or do fleet projects, this is your film!

3. Color Stable Film/HP Film-K-Series

K series is an economic type of film. If your customer walk in and do not want a film that is too expensive, no purple, no fading, no peel off in 2-3 years. This is it.

It is a regular 2 ply film. It comes with a lot of names on the market-color stable, high performance, HP film, etc.

Sales of this film have been massive for low end markets.

4. Metallic Films/Color Stable reflective films-PK Series


PK is a upgrade film of K series in terms of heat rejection and clarity. It is a reflective film. Since the mainstream tint masters are more into the non-reflective carbon and ceramic films, this film is a film for reflective window tint man. It’s been around for quite many years.

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