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3M Launches New Automotive Window Film Ceramic IR Series

The Ceramic IR Series was developed with nano-ceramic technology that provides a high level of infrared heat rejection and doesn’t interfere with electronics.

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3M Authorized Window Film Dealers can now help customers stay cool and connected – while reducing glare – with the new Automotive Window Film Ceramic IR Series. The Ceramic IR Series was developed with nano-ceramic technology that provides a high level of infrared heat rejection and doesn’t interfere with electronics. Designed to provide comfort and style with an attractive neutral color.

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“3M was issued the first sun control window film patent in 1966, and our innovative window film products have helped provide protection from the sun’s harmful rays for 50 years,” said Tim Boxeth, U.S. product marketing manager. “By using nano-ceramic technology rather than traditional metals or dyes, we’ve developed a new window film that is durable, designed to last and virtually maintenance-free.”

The Ceramic IR Series rejects up to 93% of glare from blinding sunlight allowing you to relax and enjoy your drive. In addition to comfort and visibility advantages, the Ceramic IR Series blocks up to 99.9% of ultraviolet (UV) light and provides a total sun protection factor (SPF) up to 1000+. Developed with a metal-free design to remove the risk of interference with electronics, such as GPS, satellite radio or mobile devices, including 5G, said the company.

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