About Automotive Films

SOLAR FILMS FOR CARS & AUTOMOTIVES

TSER

TSER - the combined reading index of visible light transmission, infrared rejection, ultraviolet ray rejection. This reading is regarded to be the the actual heat rejection, the whole solar spectrum.

The higher the TSER, the better the heat rejection. TSER is the most accurate way to determine the quality of the solar film.



With one of the highest TSER (total solar energy rejection) percentage, SolarGard provides true value per performance delivered. TSER is an industry-recognized performance index and a comprehensive solar film standard. It encompasses heat values rejected, reflected and absorbed by both glass and film. Making it the golden standard that correctly measures the protective capabilities of solar (protective) films.

The specifications of Solar Gard window films are measured at the optimal wavelength of 2500nm (full wavelength). That is why our customers feel satisfied that their home, office and commercial place stays cool and comfortable.

With one of the highest TSER (total solar energy rejection) percentage, SolarGard provides true value for the performance delivered. TSER is an industry-recognized performance value for solar films standard. It encompasses values of heat rejected, reflected and absorbed by the glass itself. Making it the golden standard that correctly measures the protective capabilities of films.

The benefits of Window Films

For optimum protection for the vehicle and your fellow occupants against the harmful effects of UV rays. SolarGard films have the protection equivalent of up to SPF 285