Opalux energy control window films offer great opportunities for energy savings in air conditioned buildings.
They can hugely improve your carbon footprint, especially where there are large areas of glazing. The film applied to the glass rejects up to 80% of the heat of the sun’s rays before they enter the interior of the building.
The air conditioning load is consequently lightened and the film is doing its work from sunrise to sunset. It is a passive medium and does not depend on human intervention to pull down the blinds, or on complex automatic controls.
If you go to HEAT AND GLARE CONTROL this will open out to the four categories of heat control films for air-conditioned buildings. These cover the whole range of solar heat control films and you can make your selection from these, including options for exterior application.
You can read more about exterior application by going to EXTERIOR ENERGY CONTROL FILMS which opens out under menu heading ENERGY CONTROL FILMS.
Opalux offers an energy savings computer analysis to estimate what cost savings can be made with different Opalux window films. Go to ENERGY SAVINGS COMPUTER SIMULATION for more information.
Accurate selection of film requires specialist knowledge and end-users and specifiers are encouraged to consult Opalux technical department.
Where appropriate you will be connected to an Opalux approved dealer who can discuss your requirements, visit site if necessary, and provide costings for the film installation.